54: Neolithic Dolmen stone, Gavrinis Island, Brittany, France. c.3,500BC
54: Neolithic Dolmen stone, Gavrinis Island, Brittany. c.3,500BC | Martin and Oliver Webb Fine Stone Miniatures - Museum quality handmade miniatures of stone carvings for the collector and connoisseur since 1983
Shooting Chauvet: Photographing the World’s Oldest Cave Art
Stephen Alvarez photographed the cave of Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc for the story “The Origins of Art” that appears in the January 2015 issue of National Geographic magazine. Here, he chronicles his experience shooting some of the world’s oldest cave art, under extremely challenging circumstances. ***** At our core, people are visual communicators. Nothing has ever confirmed my […]
STAR GATES: if you saw some people like these today with antenna on their heads, make sure to take a photo to show it to the future generations. THEY HAVE DONE IT FOR US THOUSANDS YEARS AGO AND LEFT IT HERE ON EARTH FOR US. WHAT IS THE MESSAGE??? WHAT DO YOU SEE??? WHAT DO YOU THINK??? On Australian rock
Tassili cave painting (2500 BCE or older). The incredible cave paintings are found in the Tassili Plateau, southern Algeria in the arid desert of the Sahara. Tassili n’Ajjer means ” Plateau of the Rivers.”
Gavrinis dolmen neolithic decorations by LeenZuydgeest on DeviantArt
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Aesthetic Realism Is a Way of Seeing the World That Is True & Kind
Says anthropologist Dr. Arnold Perey, "Aesthetic Realism is the way of seeing the world and people, scientific and kind, that is needed for a just world today. I invite you to see why this is so."