see . drown
all things great and small
see . drown
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likeafieldmouse:

Leo Berne
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archatlas:

Casa Escribenta Emilio Rodríguez Blanco
archatlas:

Casa Escribenta Emilio Rodríguez Blanco
archatlas:

Casa Escribenta Emilio Rodríguez Blanco
archatlas:

Casa Escribenta Emilio Rodríguez Blanco
archatlas:

Casa Escribenta Emilio Rodríguez Blanco
archatlas:

Casa Escribenta Emilio Rodríguez Blanco
archatlas:

Casa Escribenta Emilio Rodríguez Blanco
archatlas:

Casa Escribenta Emilio Rodríguez Blanco
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magictransistor:

Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968)
magictransistor:

Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968)
magictransistor:

Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968)
magictransistor:

Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968)
magictransistor:

Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968)
magictransistor:

Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968)
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archatlas:

19th Century Delhi
archatlas:

19th Century Delhi
archatlas:

19th Century Delhi
archatlas:

19th Century Delhi
archatlas:

19th Century Delhi
archatlas:

19th Century Delhi
archatlas:

19th Century Delhi
archatlas:

19th Century Delhi
archatlas:

19th Century Delhi
archatlas:

19th Century Delhi
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archatlas:

Croatia Emir Terovic
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archatlas:

Wil Freeborn
archatlas:

Wil Freeborn
archatlas:

Wil Freeborn
archatlas:

Wil Freeborn
archatlas:

Wil Freeborn
archatlas:

Wil Freeborn
archatlas:

Wil Freeborn
archatlas:

Wil Freeborn
archatlas:

Wil Freeborn
archatlas:

Wil Freeborn
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tylerknott:

“I want home to be a calm place where you and me can make a new We.” — Daily Haiku on Love by Tyler Knott Gregson
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museumuesum:

Pablo Picasso
Self Portrait, 1907
Oil on canvas, 50 x 46 cm
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likeafieldmouse:

Nick Brandt 
Selections from the series Across the Ravaged Land (published 2013)
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Photographs 4-6 are of animals calcified by Tanzania’s Lake Natron (named after the chemical compound natron):
"The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The [alkali] causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry."
likeafieldmouse:

Nick Brandt 
Selections from the series Across the Ravaged Land (published 2013)
…..
Photographs 4-6 are of animals calcified by Tanzania’s Lake Natron (named after the chemical compound natron):
"The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The [alkali] causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry."
likeafieldmouse:

Nick Brandt 
Selections from the series Across the Ravaged Land (published 2013)
…..
Photographs 4-6 are of animals calcified by Tanzania’s Lake Natron (named after the chemical compound natron):
"The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The [alkali] causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry."
likeafieldmouse:

Nick Brandt 
Selections from the series Across the Ravaged Land (published 2013)
…..
Photographs 4-6 are of animals calcified by Tanzania’s Lake Natron (named after the chemical compound natron):
"The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The [alkali] causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry."
likeafieldmouse:

Nick Brandt 
Selections from the series Across the Ravaged Land (published 2013)
…..
Photographs 4-6 are of animals calcified by Tanzania’s Lake Natron (named after the chemical compound natron):
"The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The [alkali] causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry."
likeafieldmouse:

Nick Brandt 
Selections from the series Across the Ravaged Land (published 2013)
…..
Photographs 4-6 are of animals calcified by Tanzania’s Lake Natron (named after the chemical compound natron):
"The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The [alkali] causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry."
likeafieldmouse:

Nick Brandt 
Selections from the series Across the Ravaged Land (published 2013)
…..
Photographs 4-6 are of animals calcified by Tanzania’s Lake Natron (named after the chemical compound natron):
"The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The [alkali] causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry."
likeafieldmouse:

Nick Brandt 
Selections from the series Across the Ravaged Land (published 2013)
…..
Photographs 4-6 are of animals calcified by Tanzania’s Lake Natron (named after the chemical compound natron):
"The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The [alkali] causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry."
likeafieldmouse:

Nick Brandt 
Selections from the series Across the Ravaged Land (published 2013)
…..
Photographs 4-6 are of animals calcified by Tanzania’s Lake Natron (named after the chemical compound natron):
"The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The [alkali] causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry."
likeafieldmouse:

Nick Brandt 
Selections from the series Across the Ravaged Land (published 2013)
…..
Photographs 4-6 are of animals calcified by Tanzania’s Lake Natron (named after the chemical compound natron):
"The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The [alkali] causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry."
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mydarkenedeyes:

Ioannis Nikiforakis
mydarkenedeyes:

Ioannis Nikiforakis
mydarkenedeyes:

Ioannis Nikiforakis
mydarkenedeyes:

Ioannis Nikiforakis
mydarkenedeyes:

Ioannis Nikiforakis
mydarkenedeyes:

Ioannis Nikiforakis
mydarkenedeyes:

Ioannis Nikiforakis