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碑。 by gzi24◎歌無岸, via Flickr

The shadow of the day will embrace the world in gray.

蚀。 by gzi24◎歌無岸, via Flickr

蚀。 by gzi24◎歌無岸, via Flickr

兆。 by gzi24◎歌無岸, via Flickr

兆。 by gzi24◎歌無岸, via Flickr

Atkins, Anna - Image ID: 419679 Gigartina confervoides. Photographs of British algae: cyanotype impressions.

Brume.

this is oregon

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jennilee: “ Sun Net, 2011 I am honoured to be showing a selection of my ongoing series “Half Full” at the Vancouver Art Gallery, as part of David Wisdom’s Summer Night Slides Series.

Fotograf unknown guest von Imran Kadir auf 500px

unknown guest Walking in the Fog

Jeremy Enecio, Illustrator, Brooklyn, NY - Creepy, but good

Jonas Burgert

Beiträge von April 2011 über Frank T. Zumbachs Mysterious World

Cesar Del Valle’s Illustrations Interact with their Physical Surroundings

Cesar Del Valle's Illustrations Interact with their Physical Surroundings

Cesar Del Valle’s character drawings interactive with the actual sheet of paper or the art gallery space. You can view more of his work at Behance Network. Artwork © Cesar Del Valle Link via Behance Network

Mysterious figures slowly emerge from clouds of white smoke in Alex Wein's series, entitled Sirens. The Oakland-based artist produced this series of work in what he describes as an ongoing exploration of "fiction and the uncanny realism that it inspires."

Intriguing Figures Emerge From Hazy White Smoke

Mysterious figures slowly emerge from clouds of white smoke in Alex Wein's series, entitled Sirens. The Oakland-based artist produced this series of work in what he describes as an ongoing exploration of "fiction and the uncanny realism that it inspires.

Smoke Signals Fire. #orange #blue

Smoke Signals Fire. #orange #blue

'The Big Black Kansas City Painting' (2005) by Egyptian-born NY-based artist Ghada Amer (b.1963). Acrylic, embroidery & gel medium on cnavas, 108 x 144 in. via Gagosian Gallery

'The Big Black Kansas City Painting' by Egyptian-born NY-based artist Ghada Amer Acrylic, embroidery & gel medium on cnavas, 108 x 144 in. via Gagosian Gallery

so sad... she knows what's coming...

Farewell To Departing Troops At New York’s Penn Station, April 1943

A soldier hugs his wife goodbye at Penn Station before he leaves for war (Alfred EisenstaedtThe LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

My favorite season

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