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designersof:

Space Mountain

designersof:

Space Mountain
treehugger:

Artist carves haunting natural forms into discarded objects (Photos) 
1 year ago with 884 notes - reblog

arpeggia:

Various installations by Chiharu Shiota

Click on each image to see the title.

See more of Chiharu Shiota posts here.

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sciencenote:

Philippe Verrees

Knokke, Belgium

Subject Matter:

Butterfly tongue

(5x)Technique:

Rheinberg Illumination

sciencenote:

Philippe Verrees
Knokke, Belgium
Subject Matter:
Butterfly tongue
(5x)Technique:
Rheinberg Illumination
1 year ago with 399 notes - reblog

arpeggia:

billykidd:

Heather Huey’s hands and pleats were shot by Billy Kidd. 

I love this! You should all follow Billy Kidd if you haven’t.

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hoodsandhats:

databending collection, part 3

1 year ago with 1,964 notes - reblog

arpeggia:

Irina Joanne - Untitled | on Tumblr

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arpeggia:


Irina Joanne - Untitled | on Tumblr

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laboratoryequipment:

‘Spider Skin’ Captures Grand Prize in Image Contest

FEI is proud to announce that María Carbajo of the Electron Microscopy Unit in the Research Support Services of the Univ. of Extremadura has been awarded the grand prize in the 2012 FEI Owner Image Contest for her entry “Spider Skin.”

FEI.com visitors were asked to vote for their favorite image among the monthly winners. A total of nearly 1,000 votes were received and María Carbajo’s image, Spider Skin, narrowly beat out other worthy images.

Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/02/spider-skin-captures-grand-prize-image-contest

laboratoryequipment:

‘Spider Skin’ Captures Grand Prize in Image ContestFEI is proud to announce that María Carbajo of the Electron Microscopy Unit in the Research Support Services of the Univ. of Extremadura has been awarded the grand prize in the 2012 FEI Owner Image Contest for her entry “Spider Skin.”FEI.com visitors were asked to vote for their favorite image among the monthly winners. A total of nearly 1,000 votes were received and María Carbajo’s image, Spider Skin, narrowly beat out other worthy images.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/02/spider-skin-captures-grand-prize-image-contest
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nytransitmuseum:

A Love-In-Transit Story: Alison’s Private Tour + Public Engagement

“My boyfriend and I were visiting New York from Austin, TX, and attending a swanky reception at Grand Central Terminal in honor of authors from Grand Central Publishing. After getting our picture taken with Stephen Colbert (eee!), a security guard saw us talking off to the side of the crowd and asked us if we would like a tour of the station.

He took us to an area most people never see, much less even know about: into the walls of the station itself. We were standing on thick glass floors, looking out and down at the people at the reception and travelers going about their business. It was magical.

After the tour, we were gushing about how nice the security guard was, how special this experience was. In the middle of the floor, under the American flag, my boyfriend said he wanted to take my picture. He knelt to get a shot upwards, then handed me the camera to make sure the photo turned out nicely. As I was looking at the picture, he reached into his pocket and pulled out a ring. We’ve been married for 5 years now, and I still get a goofy grin every time someone mentions Grand Central Terminal.”

Share your own love-in-transit stories with us!

Or create your own story at our Missed Connections event in Grand Central this Valentine’s Day.

(and P.S., due to safety concerns, visits to the glass walkways are no longer permitted)

nytransitmuseum:


A Love-In-Transit Story: Alison’s Private Tour + Public Engagement
“My boyfriend and I were visiting New York from Austin, TX, and attending a swanky reception at Grand Central Terminal in honor of authors from Grand Central Publishing. After getting our picture taken with Stephen Colbert (eee!), a security guard saw us talking off to the side of the crowd and asked us if we would like a tour of the station.
He took us to an area most people never see, much less even know about: into the walls of the station itself. We were standing on thick glass floors, looking out and down at the people at the reception and travelers going about their business. It was magical.
After the tour, we were gushing about how nice the security guard was, how special this experience was. In the middle of the floor, under the American flag, my boyfriend said he wanted to take my picture. He knelt to get a shot upwards, then handed me the camera to make sure the photo turned out nicely. As I was looking at the picture, he reached into his pocket and pulled out a ring. We’ve been married for 5 years now, and I still get a goofy grin every time someone mentions Grand Central Terminal.”
Share your own love-in-transit stories with us!
Or create your own story at our Missed Connections event in Grand Central this Valentine’s Day.

(and P.S., due to safety concerns, visits to the glass walkways are no longer permitted)
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