It's all over now
discombobulation
It's all over now
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hitrecord:

“It’s not what it looks like”
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4dele:

282 by koumeno-osanpo on Flickr.
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rookiemag:

I Will Paint the Sky

Illustration by Leanna.
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whedonesque:

Joss Whedon’s Twitter art (X) & (X)
whedonesque:

Joss Whedon’s Twitter art (X) & (X)
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detailsofpaintings:

Jan Van Huysum, Flowers in a Terracotta Vase (detail)
1736-7
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eggs-benedict-cummerbund:

[x]
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somethingtoseeorhear:

Jean-Michel Basquiat by Richard Corman, 1984.
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lesfoudres:

John F. Weir “Roses” 1898 by Plum leaves on Flickr.
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untrustyou:

Ike Edeani
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Rupert Bunny - A summer morning (detail).
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centralparknyc:

When you’ve visited Central Park for the fiftieth time, and you think you’ve seen it all, just look a little closer. No, closer!Beautiful lichens and mosses cling to many of the rocks, trees, and man-made surfaces in the Park, you just need to adjust how you look around. Lichen are a combination of fungi and algae, while mosses are one of the most simple plants. To see algae (an element of lichen) under a microscope (another way to adjust your vision) visit Ponds, Pipes, and People: Water in Central Park at the Dana Discovery Center. It will also help change your perspective of the Park!
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inneroptics:

eugene von bruenchenhein