1. (Source: ericrosephotos)

     
  2. cameronsdiary:

    "What should we do, while we are waiting for lunch"

    Nadia Itani photographed by Cameron Davis

     
  3. valsez:

    Hommage à Ciparisso

    Ludovico Poggioli

    (Source: 3wings)

     
  4. eduardoizq:

    taylor c.
    ballerina at the jacobs school of music
    bloomington, indiana
    april, 2014

     
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  7. valsez:

    Anya Lsk

    (Source: nyctaeus)

     
  8. cross-connect:

    SUBMISSION SATURDAY SUNDAY

    Stunning portraits by Dublin based Elizabeth Thompson.

    Artist Statement

    I photograph many things in many different ways, I am a visual artist. There are many sides to my work. I try to keep my images simple, yet different to each other, there are many different forms in my photography which are linked to different types of images.

    Flickr Devaintart Portfolio

     

  9. Leopoldo Pomès

    (Source: mpdrolet, via photosboard)

     
  10. fastcodesign:

    Maze-Like Sauna Is A Steamy Winter Retreat

    Boston-based Matter Design has come up with a sauna that’s certain to both relax and intrigue. In this narrow structure, built for a New England farm, you get to your steam room by climbing a series of picturesque, enclosed wooden stairways.

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  11. likeafieldmouse:

    Cui Fei - Manuscript of Nature V (2002)

     
  12. likeafieldmouse:

    Nadav Kander - More from the series Yangtze, the Long River

     
  13. Cabin on Vestmann Island, Iceland.

    Contributed by Noémie Varin-Lachapelle.

    (Source: cabinporn, via dinosaurcostume)

     
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  15. cross-connect:

    Ohara Koson is considered by many to be the foremost 20th century designer of bird and flower prints, or kacho-e. His designs were produced in prolific numbers for a primarily Western market and range from haunting realism to humorous depictions of animals at play.
    Ohara Koson (小原 古邨?, Kanazawa 1877 – Tokyo 1945) was a Japanese painter and printmaker of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, part of the shin-hanga (“new prints”) movement.

    Selected by Andrew