mattqspangler:

The Flyer
Fly high, launch into the sky

mattqspangler:

The Flyer

Fly high, launch into the sky

Tags: robot fly sky art

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Kate Breakey. Leafy Sea Dragon.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Kate Breakey. Leafy Sea Dragon.

devidsketchbook:

LSD

Montreal-based photographer Benoit Paillé

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(via howtosucceedinmyvagina)

lohrien:

Illustrations by Roberto Weigan

alanna-rae:

July 4th Celebration from above on Flickr.

bookspaperscissors:

Steven Nederveen

By blurring the lines between photograph and painting, Nederveen develops a magical realism that inspires us to see the world with new eyes. By distressing and aging the work he creates the sense of past and present; of struggle and transformation. A glass-like layer of resin coats each piece, enhancing the clarity of the image and reflecting the viewer into the work.

(via sosuperawesome)

ikenbot:

Moon Between the Stones
by Philip Perkins
Despite clouds and rain showers astronomer Phillip Perkins managed to spot a reddened, eclipsed Moon between the stones of this well known monument to the Sun during May’s total lunar eclipse, from Stonehenge, England.

ikenbot:

Moon Between the Stones

by Philip Perkins

Despite clouds and rain showers astronomer Phillip Perkins managed to spot a reddened, eclipsed Moon between the stones of this well known monument to the Sun during May’s total lunar eclipse, from Stonehenge, England.

(Source: afro-dominicano)

alanna-rae:

Boston Lights.

My absolute favorite part of Downtown Boston.

alanna-rae:

Boston Lights.

My absolute favorite part of Downtown Boston.

(via toujoursx3)

insanityrunsinthefamily:

What the back of my garden looked like earlier.

insanityrunsinthefamily:

What the back of my garden looked like earlier.

It Was Ending by Me

To Infinity by Me

To Infinity by Me