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exercicedestyle:

by james macari and christian anwander
themindscanvas:

Karl Martens
bijoux-et-mineraux:

Cinnabar and Dolomite - Idria Mine, Slovenia
ponderation:

tea farm spring by ceciliach
expressions-of-nature:

Attabad Lake, Pakistan | Riyan Babu
tiwago:

Trachys troglodytiformis Obenberger, 1918 by nikolarahme on Flickr.
fishstickmonkey:

Elora, Interior of Indur Subha with Figure of Indra 

Artist: Samuel Bourne
Artist Bio: British, 1834 - 1912
Creation Date: 1869
Process: albumen printMuseum of Photographic Arts Collections
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stormtrooperfashion:

Ondria Hardin in “The Coming Of The Wind Talkers” by Boo George for Vogue Japan, May 2014
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ancient-serpent:

1847 Early Victorian Locket Signet Ring, 14K Gold, Erie Basin
chordtones:

Mark Rothko, Green Over Blue, 1956."I’m not an abstractionist. I’m not interested in the relationship of color or form or anything else. I’m interested only in expressing basic human emotions: tragedy, ecstasy, doom, and so on."
artnet:

Remembering Rothko
"Silence is so accurate." — Mark Rothko 
The artist was born Marcus Rothkowitz on this day in 1903, in Dvinsk. His family left Russia and settled in Portland, OR, in 1913. It was towards the late 1940s and 1950s, that he painted the works for which he is best known for: blocks of color in luminous washes that create large, contemplative forms on canvas.
Rothko also spent several years concentrating on works for a chapel in Houston, reinforcing his unwavering belief in the spiritual and emotional qualities of Abstract Art. In 1970, Rothko, who suffered from depression, took his own life.

Rothko’s No 14 is on view at SFMOMA. 
redbrickfarmhouse:

Vogue FR - Marie-Sophie Wilson & Helena Christensen - Montmartre - 1991 (via Photos PETER LINDBERGH)