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blackmountainmass:

apoetreflects:

Painting: Craig Askew, The Evening Came On and the Rain Gently Fell, 2013


It was also beautiful on the calm hot nights to see the little Boats row out of harbor with wings of fire & the sail boats with the fiery track which they cut as they went along & which closed up after them with a hundred thousand sparkles, balls shootings, & streams of glowworm light. —Dorothy Wordsworth, 08.01.1802

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apoetreflects:

Painting: Craig Askew, The Evening Came On and the Rain Gently Fell, 2013

It was also beautiful on the calm hot nights to see the little Boats row out of harbor with wings of fire & the sail boats with the fiery track which they cut as they went along & which closed up after them with a hundred thousand sparkles, balls shootings, & streams of glowworm light. —Dorothy Wordsworth, 08.01.1802

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snowce:

Donald MacMillan, “Six Suns,” a timelapse photo of an Arctic day, taken on the Crocker Land Expedition from 1913-1917

snowce:

Donald MacMillan, “Six Suns,” a timelapse photo of an Arctic day, taken on the Crocker Land Expedition from 1913-1917

(Source: arcticmuseum, via mnemocorp)

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James Nasmyth and James Carpenter, Two Photographs of the Moon’s Surface, (1876)

(from top)

1)  Impact crater, Copernicus

2)  Impact crater, Archimedes

Plates from: Der Mond betrachtet als Planet, Weld und Trabant, Leipzig:Leopold Voss, (1876)

Collection of the Swiss Federal Observatory.

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dappledwithshadow:

Starry Night, Jean-François Millet 
c. 1850-1865

dappledwithshadow:

Starry NightJean-François Millet 

c. 1850-1865

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mrsclarkkent:

jochen hein - stardust, acrylic on jute, 2008

mrsclarkkent:

jochen hein - stardust, acrylic on jute, 2008

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rudygodinez:

Edward Emerson Barnard, Comet “Brooks”, (1893)
This image from the photographic archive of the Swiss Federal Observatory was recorded at the Lick Observatory in California on October 21, 1893.

rudygodinez:

Edward Emerson Barnard, Comet “Brooks”, (1893)

This image from the photographic archive of the Swiss Federal Observatory was recorded at the Lick Observatory in California on October 21, 1893.

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rudygodinez:

Edward Emerson Barnard, Milky Way Near Messier 11, (1892)
Photographed at the Lick Obsevatory, California on June 29,1892. Collection of the Swiss Federal Observatory.

rudygodinez:

Edward Emerson Barnard, Milky Way Near Messier 11, (1892)

Photographed at the Lick Obsevatory, California on June 29,1892. Collection of the Swiss Federal Observatory.

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les-sources-du-nil:

Edward Emerson Barnard (1857-1923)
Star Cloud in the Milky Way
Collotype, 1895

les-sources-du-nil:

Edward Emerson Barnard (1857-1923)

Star Cloud in the Milky Way

Collotype, 1895

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Matthew Brandt, Night Sky Test #2, 2013

Matthew Brandt, Night Sky Test #2, 2013

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rudygodinez:

Gregor Schneider, Total Isolation, Dead Space, (1989-1991)
"Whether I am insulating myself from the world, or whether it’s a breakthrough—I don’t really know.”
-Gregor Schneider

rudygodinez:

Gregor Schneider, Total Isolation, Dead Space, (1989-1991)

"Whether I am insulating myself from the world, or whether it’s a breakthrough—I don’t really know.”

-Gregor Schneider

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rudygodinez:

Rudy Godinez, Black Hole, (2012)
 The above is a photograph taken from a portfolio of twelve. All of the images are of abstracted architectural elements (windows being the most common) that were shot from a single apartment window during a stay in São Paulo, Brazil in the spring of 2012.

rudygodinez:

Rudy Godinez, Black Hole, (2012)

 The above is a photograph taken from a portfolio of twelve. All of the images are of abstracted architectural elements (windows being the most common) that were shot from a single apartment window during a stay in São Paulo, Brazil in the spring of 2012.

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blushingcheekymonkey:

seymour lipton - codex #2 (1961)

blushingcheekymonkey:

seymour lipton - codex #2 (1961)