mydarkstar:

Peter Vogel, Series of Sounds, 1985, microphone, speakers, light emitting diodes, circuits, iron wire, wooden frame, 12 x 13.5, 110 volts

mydarkstar:

Peter Vogel, Series of Sounds, 1985, microphone, speakers, light emitting diodes, circuits, iron wire, wooden frame, 12 x 13.5, 110 volts

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Marlo Lavonne: Lake Louise Poppies at Dusk. 2008.
I was photographing these flowers as the sun went down, trying to get “the shot” before it got too dark, but the light wasn’t quite right. Just as the sun disappeared over the mountains the harsh light and shadows turned into this perfect, dreamy, surreal, softness.

Marlo LavonneLake Louise Poppies at Dusk. 2008.

I was photographing these flowers as the sun went down, trying to get “the shot” before it got too dark, but the light wasn’t quite right. Just as the sun disappeared over the mountains the harsh light and shadows turned into this perfect, dreamy, surreal, softness.

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thinknorth:

I can’t plant trees right now, so I’ll paint em.

thinknorth:

I can’t plant trees right now, so I’ll paint em.

— 1 year ago with 100 notes
Mr & Miss Nutturflies

Mr & Miss Nutturflies

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“My name is Ernest Miller Hemingway. I was born on July 21, 1899. My favorite authors are Kipling, O. Henry and Steuart Edward White. My favorite flower is lady slipper and tiger lily. My favorite sports are trout fishing, hiking, shooting, football and boxing. My favorite studies are English, zoology and chemistry. I intend to travel and write.” 
— Ernest Hemingway, Age 9.

“My name is Ernest Miller Hemingway. I was born on July 21, 1899. My favorite authors are Kipling, O. Henry and Steuart Edward White. My favorite flower is lady slipper and tiger lily. My favorite sports are trout fishing, hiking, shooting, football and boxing. My favorite studies are English, zoology and chemistry. I intend to travel and write.” 

— Ernest Hemingway, Age 9.

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