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1 year ago with 29 notes

Via themobiusstrip

Tagged: Black and White holga nature noir

themobiusstrip:

Cornish Lane

themobiusstrip:

Cornish Lane

rikgarrett:

One of my Earth Magic photographs from last year.  I’m still keeping everything from this year a secret for now.
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rikgarrett:

One of my Earth Magic photographs from last year.  I’m still keeping everything from this year a secret for now.

website / Facebook


Penetration / Przenikania by Wojciech Plewiński, 1966
Penetration / Przenikania by Wojciech Plewiński, 1966

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2 years ago with 12 notes

Via bunnyriot

Tagged: Forest trees nature sepia

bunnyriot:

They lead us out quietly
Copywrite: BunnyRiot

bunnyriot:

They lead us out quietly

Copywrite: BunnyRiot

(via luz-sonriente)

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2 years ago with 6 notes

Via theoneironauticmotel

Tagged: nature photography plants flower

theoneironauticmotel:

by Ron van Dongen

theoneironauticmotel:

by Ron van Dongen

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2 years ago with 1,162 notes

Via afterbite

Tagged: photography vintage insects fly flies nature

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2 years ago with 331 notes

Via tomasorban

Tagged: geometry shape form pattern nature

rikgarrett:

Brand new image from “Earth Magic” series, print from wet plate collodion negative.
 
Books of this series are now available to order!
This witchcraft themed book is being made to coincide with my solo exhibit in London.  Purchases made by the 19th receive a discount.  Read more: http://rikgarrett.com/earthmagicbook.php
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rikgarrett:

Brand new image from “Earth Magic” series, print from wet plate collodion negative.

Books of this series are now available to order!

This witchcraft themed book is being made to coincide with my solo exhibit in London.  Purchases made by the 19th receive a discount.  Read more: http://rikgarrett.com/earthmagicbook.php

website / Facebook

rainbowcube:

Sphere of Chords by Michæl Paukner on Flickr.
Sphere of Chords
Some argue  that music is merely a side effect of traits that evolved for other  functions. Our perceptual and cognitive abilities may have accidentally  resulted in a system that finds pleasure and interest in musical  stimulation. This idea should perhaps be the null hypothesis, and is by  no means implausible. Music’s perceptual basis could derive from  general-purpose auditory mechanisms, its syntactic components could be  co-opted from language, and its effect on our emotions could be driven  by the acoustic similarity of music to other sounds of greater  biological relevance, such as speech or animal vocalizations.
Familiar  relationships between sets of musical notes, such as transposition  between chords, directly translate into geometrical structures such as  this Moebius strip - where each dot represents a whole class of  equivalent two-note chords - or into more complex structures with many  dimensions. Composers have an understanding of these geometries without  realizing it, (…).
Excerpts from: “The Evolution Of Music” by Josh McDermott.
© Copyright 2010 Michael Paukner. All Rights Reserved.

rainbowcube:

Sphere of Chords by Michæl Paukner on Flickr.

Sphere of Chords

Some argue that music is merely a side effect of traits that evolved for other functions. Our perceptual and cognitive abilities may have accidentally resulted in a system that finds pleasure and interest in musical stimulation. This idea should perhaps be the null hypothesis, and is by no means implausible. Music’s perceptual basis could derive from general-purpose auditory mechanisms, its syntactic components could be co-opted from language, and its effect on our emotions could be driven by the acoustic similarity of music to other sounds of greater biological relevance, such as speech or animal vocalizations.

Familiar relationships between sets of musical notes, such as transposition between chords, directly translate into geometrical structures such as this Moebius strip - where each dot represents a whole class of equivalent two-note chords - or into more complex structures with many dimensions. Composers have an understanding of these geometries without realizing it, (…).

Excerpts from: “The Evolution Of Music” by Josh McDermott.

© Copyright 2010 Michael Paukner. All Rights Reserved.