“The fact that we live at the bottom of a deep gravity well, on the surface of a gas-covered planet going around a nuclear fireball 90 million miles away and think this to be normal is obviously some indication of how skewed our perspective tends to be.”
— Douglas Adams (via likeafieldmouse)

vurtual:

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque (by pixeldreamer)

likeafieldmouse:

Bismuth Crystals
"The spiral, stair-stepped structure of bismuth crystals is the result of a higher growth rate around the outside edges than on the inside edges. The variations in the thickness of the oxide layer that forms on the surface of the crystal causes different wavelengths of light to interfere upon reflection, thus displaying a rainbow of colors. When burned in oxygen, bismuth burns with a blue flame and its oxide forms yellow fumes.” likeafieldmouse:

Bismuth Crystals
"The spiral, stair-stepped structure of bismuth crystals is the result of a higher growth rate around the outside edges than on the inside edges. The variations in the thickness of the oxide layer that forms on the surface of the crystal causes different wavelengths of light to interfere upon reflection, thus displaying a rainbow of colors. When burned in oxygen, bismuth burns with a blue flame and its oxide forms yellow fumes.” likeafieldmouse:

Bismuth Crystals
"The spiral, stair-stepped structure of bismuth crystals is the result of a higher growth rate around the outside edges than on the inside edges. The variations in the thickness of the oxide layer that forms on the surface of the crystal causes different wavelengths of light to interfere upon reflection, thus displaying a rainbow of colors. When burned in oxygen, bismuth burns with a blue flame and its oxide forms yellow fumes.” likeafieldmouse:

Bismuth Crystals
"The spiral, stair-stepped structure of bismuth crystals is the result of a higher growth rate around the outside edges than on the inside edges. The variations in the thickness of the oxide layer that forms on the surface of the crystal causes different wavelengths of light to interfere upon reflection, thus displaying a rainbow of colors. When burned in oxygen, bismuth burns with a blue flame and its oxide forms yellow fumes.” likeafieldmouse:

Bismuth Crystals
"The spiral, stair-stepped structure of bismuth crystals is the result of a higher growth rate around the outside edges than on the inside edges. The variations in the thickness of the oxide layer that forms on the surface of the crystal causes different wavelengths of light to interfere upon reflection, thus displaying a rainbow of colors. When burned in oxygen, bismuth burns with a blue flame and its oxide forms yellow fumes.” likeafieldmouse:

Bismuth Crystals
"The spiral, stair-stepped structure of bismuth crystals is the result of a higher growth rate around the outside edges than on the inside edges. The variations in the thickness of the oxide layer that forms on the surface of the crystal causes different wavelengths of light to interfere upon reflection, thus displaying a rainbow of colors. When burned in oxygen, bismuth burns with a blue flame and its oxide forms yellow fumes.” likeafieldmouse:

Bismuth Crystals
"The spiral, stair-stepped structure of bismuth crystals is the result of a higher growth rate around the outside edges than on the inside edges. The variations in the thickness of the oxide layer that forms on the surface of the crystal causes different wavelengths of light to interfere upon reflection, thus displaying a rainbow of colors. When burned in oxygen, bismuth burns with a blue flame and its oxide forms yellow fumes.”

likeafieldmouse:

Bismuth Crystals

"The spiral, stair-stepped structure of bismuth crystals is the result of a higher growth rate around the outside edges than on the inside edges. The variations in the thickness of the oxide layer that forms on the surface of the crystal causes different wavelengths of light to interfere upon reflection, thus displaying a rainbow of colors. When burned in oxygen, bismuth burns with a blue flame and its oxide forms yellow fumes.”

originalmaja:

The chrysalis of the ‘metallic’ Mechanitis Butterfly from Costa Rica.

originalmaja:

The chrysalis of the ‘metallic’ Mechanitis Butterfly from Costa Rica.

travelingcolors:

A night in Amsterdam | The Netherlands (by Irene Suchocki) travelingcolors:

A night in Amsterdam | The Netherlands (by Irene Suchocki) travelingcolors:

A night in Amsterdam | The Netherlands (by Irene Suchocki) travelingcolors:

A night in Amsterdam | The Netherlands (by Irene Suchocki)

visual-poetry:

»ahava (love)« by robert indiana (1977)

(photo credit)

travelingcolors:

Old New Orleans | Louisiana (by Irene Suchocki) travelingcolors:

Old New Orleans | Louisiana (by Irene Suchocki) travelingcolors:

Old New Orleans | Louisiana (by Irene Suchocki) travelingcolors:

Old New Orleans | Louisiana (by Irene Suchocki) travelingcolors:

Old New Orleans | Louisiana (by Irene Suchocki)
travelingcolors:

Digital Impositions on Natural Landscapes (by Mark Dorf)

The intrusion of technology on daily routine and culture has transformed both society and surroundings into a matrix of digitized matter. An undeniable dependency on the internet for navigation and information has motivated American artist Mark Dorf to examine the paradigm shift thorough a creative medium. He has created a series of images that reveal natural landscapes of forests and mountains intermingled with collage, 3D rendering, and primitive 3D scanning technology.
travelingcolors:

Digital Impositions on Natural Landscapes (by Mark Dorf)

The intrusion of technology on daily routine and culture has transformed both society and surroundings into a matrix of digitized matter. An undeniable dependency on the internet for navigation and information has motivated American artist Mark Dorf to examine the paradigm shift thorough a creative medium. He has created a series of images that reveal natural landscapes of forests and mountains intermingled with collage, 3D rendering, and primitive 3D scanning technology.
travelingcolors:

Digital Impositions on Natural Landscapes (by Mark Dorf)

The intrusion of technology on daily routine and culture has transformed both society and surroundings into a matrix of digitized matter. An undeniable dependency on the internet for navigation and information has motivated American artist Mark Dorf to examine the paradigm shift thorough a creative medium. He has created a series of images that reveal natural landscapes of forests and mountains intermingled with collage, 3D rendering, and primitive 3D scanning technology.
travelingcolors:

Digital Impositions on Natural Landscapes (by Mark Dorf)

The intrusion of technology on daily routine and culture has transformed both society and surroundings into a matrix of digitized matter. An undeniable dependency on the internet for navigation and information has motivated American artist Mark Dorf to examine the paradigm shift thorough a creative medium. He has created a series of images that reveal natural landscapes of forests and mountains intermingled with collage, 3D rendering, and primitive 3D scanning technology.
travelingcolors:

Digital Impositions on Natural Landscapes (by Mark Dorf)

The intrusion of technology on daily routine and culture has transformed both society and surroundings into a matrix of digitized matter. An undeniable dependency on the internet for navigation and information has motivated American artist Mark Dorf to examine the paradigm shift thorough a creative medium. He has created a series of images that reveal natural landscapes of forests and mountains intermingled with collage, 3D rendering, and primitive 3D scanning technology.
travelingcolors:

Digital Impositions on Natural Landscapes (by Mark Dorf)

The intrusion of technology on daily routine and culture has transformed both society and surroundings into a matrix of digitized matter. An undeniable dependency on the internet for navigation and information has motivated American artist Mark Dorf to examine the paradigm shift thorough a creative medium. He has created a series of images that reveal natural landscapes of forests and mountains intermingled with collage, 3D rendering, and primitive 3D scanning technology.
travelingcolors:

Digital Impositions on Natural Landscapes (by Mark Dorf)

The intrusion of technology on daily routine and culture has transformed both society and surroundings into a matrix of digitized matter. An undeniable dependency on the internet for navigation and information has motivated American artist Mark Dorf to examine the paradigm shift thorough a creative medium. He has created a series of images that reveal natural landscapes of forests and mountains intermingled with collage, 3D rendering, and primitive 3D scanning technology.

travelingcolors:

Digital Impositions on Natural Landscapes (by Mark Dorf)

The intrusion of technology on daily routine and culture has transformed both society and surroundings into a matrix of digitized matter. An undeniable dependency on the internet for navigation and information has motivated American artist Mark Dorf to examine the paradigm shift thorough a creative medium. He has created a series of images that reveal natural landscapes of forests and mountains intermingled with collage, 3D rendering, and primitive 3D scanning technology.