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aseaofquotes:

Jennifer Brown, Hate List
goldeneagleco:

NYC DAZE | Walk The Bridge
Photo by Brian Ladder
artmastered:

Max Dupain, Sunbaker, 1937, gelatin silver photograph, 37.9 x 42.8 cm,  Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney. Source
In an iconic image of Australian photography, Dupain’s Sunbaker epitomises that wonderful feeling of a post-swim collapse on the sand.
blackcoffeecinnamon:

Kawarazaki Shoudou (1889-1973) 河原崎奨堂
Mountain Cherry 山桜、1955
hedona:

(via Pin by Finkiyaya on it takes a village | Pinterest)
fleurdulys:

Yalta - Ivan Aivazovsky
1899

magictransistor:

George Grosz


1. The Funeral (Dedicated to Oskar Panizza), c. 1918.

2. The Lovesick Man, c. 1916.

3. Berlin Night Club (Ausschweifung), c. 1922.

4. Ecce Homo (Behold the Man), 1921.

5. Pandemonium (India ink on paper), 1914.

6. Schönheit, dich will ich preisen (Beauty, Thee I Praise), 1920.

7. Passanten (Passers-by), 1921.

8. Kraft und Anmut (Strength and Grace), 1922.

9. Unidentified (Offset color lithograph), from a series of 84 Plates, c. 1922.

10. Portrait of the poet Max Herrmann-Neisse, 1927.

(via aleatoryalarmalligator)

mothernaturenetwork:

Colors, intricate details of butterfly wings come alive in microscope photos
Photographer Linden Gledhill sets the Internets aflutter with breathtaking photos of butterfly and moth wings, capturing all the tiny details — right down to a single grain of pollen resting on a wing.

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tedbunny:

German soldier lighting his cigarette with a flamethrower, 1940s.