Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia by night

"When the night comes, the starry sky reflects on its surface like in a mirror, and you have the feeling of being in space."

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penabranca:

Atacama

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penabranca:

Atacama
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contemporaryblackness:

Ivan Forde
Transformation
2013

This series of photographs by Ivan Forde represents the process that the reader’s mind goes through when reading Milton’s Paradise Lost… (read more @ juxtapoz)

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americanapparel:

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nevesnevele:

basically 

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nevesnevele:

basically 

wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Mixed Media Collages by Nicholas Ballesteros

Nicholas Ballesteros is a neat visual artist based out of Chicago, Illinois. Using motifs such as war, death, life and beauty, Ballesteros takes those ideas and then represents them in quite stunning surreal collages. 

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shitfucktory:

Put your hands up for Amar!

He is Sadhu Amar Bharati , a holy man from India who has kept his right hand up for the past 41 years, since 1973. His arm is just a bone and skin, which he can’t move or use anymore.

After having a normal life with his wife and three children he decided to separate himself from the mortal ones.

Sources claim Amar Bharati felt disillusioned by all the fighting going on in the world, and decided to raise his right arm for peace. A respected Sadhu at the Kumbh Mela, in Haridwar, Amar has inspired other Sadhus to raise their arms for peace and harmony, and some of them have kept them raised for the last seven, thirteen, even 25 years. But doing something like this doesn’t just mean giving up the functionality of an important body part, it also implies dealing with a lot of pain.

Raise the roof

reptiglo:

Furcifer Pardalis by Mathieu Thiebaut on Flickr.

whirra:

gays…. how do they do it?

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whirra:

gays…. how do they do it?
popsurrealism:

Sculpture by Heidi Xandt | Featured on Pop-surrealism.com