CHRIS AND CHAD PHOTOGRAPHY
CHRIS AND CHAD PHOTOGRAPHY
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oecologia:

Thundered Ice - Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada (by Artur Stanisz).
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tulipnight:

Storm on the Sea by Yan L on Flickr.
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archatlas:

Silver Shack Chae Pereira Architects
archatlas:

Silver Shack Chae Pereira Architects
archatlas:

Silver Shack Chae Pereira Architects
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aestheticgoddess:

Yayoi Kusama Infinity Room

Love yayoi
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englishsnow:

Tourley Munro
englishsnow:

Tourley Munro
englishsnow:

Tourley Munro
englishsnow:

Tourley Munro
englishsnow:

Tourley Munro
englishsnow:

Tourley Munro
englishsnow:

Tourley Munro
englishsnow:

Tourley Munro
englishsnow:

Tourley Munro
englishsnow:

Tourley Munro
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awkwardsituationist:

iceland aerials as abstract art. these true colour photos were taken by hans strand, showing glacial meltwater river branches that both deposit sediment previously trapped in glaciers and absorb sentiment from the volcanic landscape which they carve through.
(is iceland even real?)


Love this
awkwardsituationist:

iceland aerials as abstract art. these true colour photos were taken by hans strand, showing glacial meltwater river branches that both deposit sediment previously trapped in glaciers and absorb sentiment from the volcanic landscape which they carve through.
(is iceland even real?)


Love this
awkwardsituationist:

iceland aerials as abstract art. these true colour photos were taken by hans strand, showing glacial meltwater river branches that both deposit sediment previously trapped in glaciers and absorb sentiment from the volcanic landscape which they carve through.
(is iceland even real?)


Love this
awkwardsituationist:

iceland aerials as abstract art. these true colour photos were taken by hans strand, showing glacial meltwater river branches that both deposit sediment previously trapped in glaciers and absorb sentiment from the volcanic landscape which they carve through.
(is iceland even real?)


Love this
awkwardsituationist:

iceland aerials as abstract art. these true colour photos were taken by hans strand, showing glacial meltwater river branches that both deposit sediment previously trapped in glaciers and absorb sentiment from the volcanic landscape which they carve through.
(is iceland even real?)


Love this
awkwardsituationist:

iceland aerials as abstract art. these true colour photos were taken by hans strand, showing glacial meltwater river branches that both deposit sediment previously trapped in glaciers and absorb sentiment from the volcanic landscape which they carve through.
(is iceland even real?)


Love this
awkwardsituationist:

iceland aerials as abstract art. these true colour photos were taken by hans strand, showing glacial meltwater river branches that both deposit sediment previously trapped in glaciers and absorb sentiment from the volcanic landscape which they carve through.
(is iceland even real?)


Love this
awkwardsituationist:

iceland aerials as abstract art. these true colour photos were taken by hans strand, showing glacial meltwater river branches that both deposit sediment previously trapped in glaciers and absorb sentiment from the volcanic landscape which they carve through.
(is iceland even real?)


Love this
awkwardsituationist:

iceland aerials as abstract art. these true colour photos were taken by hans strand, showing glacial meltwater river branches that both deposit sediment previously trapped in glaciers and absorb sentiment from the volcanic landscape which they carve through.
(is iceland even real?)


Love this
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untrustyou:

Pierre Siedel
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imaginatifs:

cool [explore] (by Intrepid Tripod)
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aestheticgoddess:

source
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#Pdx #Portland #anime #pdxart
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archatlas:

Dauphin Island Dionisio González

Omg…awesome
archatlas:

Dauphin Island Dionisio González

Omg…awesome
archatlas:

Dauphin Island Dionisio González

Omg…awesome
archatlas:

Dauphin Island Dionisio González

Omg…awesome
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sapphire1707:

Trotternish blues by SteveBoote1
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pleoros:

Zoltan Bekefy - Waterscapes, 2009-2012
pleoros:

Zoltan Bekefy - Waterscapes, 2009-2012
pleoros:

Zoltan Bekefy - Waterscapes, 2009-2012
pleoros:

Zoltan Bekefy - Waterscapes, 2009-2012
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aestheticgoddess:

Tokyo’s End: Photos by Gabriel De La Chapelle

Superimposed road signs on the canals running through Tokyo to make them look like highways.
Away from the fury and loneliness of the crowd, Tokyo is getting empty and is losing its humanity. A solitary exploration along its asphalt lanes. It’s a cold and bright city which unveils endless roads to me. The rain, far from erasing the ferocious lighting, is painting shapeshifting and colorful stains on the ground. But Tokyo without its human magma still doesn’t look inconsistent to me. It is on the contrary a fantastic vision, almost poetic, which emanates from it. Not to ask any questions. Not to try understanding. Tokyo exposed.
aestheticgoddess:

Tokyo’s End: Photos by Gabriel De La Chapelle

Superimposed road signs on the canals running through Tokyo to make them look like highways.
Away from the fury and loneliness of the crowd, Tokyo is getting empty and is losing its humanity. A solitary exploration along its asphalt lanes. It’s a cold and bright city which unveils endless roads to me. The rain, far from erasing the ferocious lighting, is painting shapeshifting and colorful stains on the ground. But Tokyo without its human magma still doesn’t look inconsistent to me. It is on the contrary a fantastic vision, almost poetic, which emanates from it. Not to ask any questions. Not to try understanding. Tokyo exposed.
aestheticgoddess:

Tokyo’s End: Photos by Gabriel De La Chapelle

Superimposed road signs on the canals running through Tokyo to make them look like highways.
Away from the fury and loneliness of the crowd, Tokyo is getting empty and is losing its humanity. A solitary exploration along its asphalt lanes. It’s a cold and bright city which unveils endless roads to me. The rain, far from erasing the ferocious lighting, is painting shapeshifting and colorful stains on the ground. But Tokyo without its human magma still doesn’t look inconsistent to me. It is on the contrary a fantastic vision, almost poetic, which emanates from it. Not to ask any questions. Not to try understanding. Tokyo exposed.
aestheticgoddess:

Tokyo’s End: Photos by Gabriel De La Chapelle

Superimposed road signs on the canals running through Tokyo to make them look like highways.
Away from the fury and loneliness of the crowd, Tokyo is getting empty and is losing its humanity. A solitary exploration along its asphalt lanes. It’s a cold and bright city which unveils endless roads to me. The rain, far from erasing the ferocious lighting, is painting shapeshifting and colorful stains on the ground. But Tokyo without its human magma still doesn’t look inconsistent to me. It is on the contrary a fantastic vision, almost poetic, which emanates from it. Not to ask any questions. Not to try understanding. Tokyo exposed.
aestheticgoddess:

Tokyo’s End: Photos by Gabriel De La Chapelle

Superimposed road signs on the canals running through Tokyo to make them look like highways.
Away from the fury and loneliness of the crowd, Tokyo is getting empty and is losing its humanity. A solitary exploration along its asphalt lanes. It’s a cold and bright city which unveils endless roads to me. The rain, far from erasing the ferocious lighting, is painting shapeshifting and colorful stains on the ground. But Tokyo without its human magma still doesn’t look inconsistent to me. It is on the contrary a fantastic vision, almost poetic, which emanates from it. Not to ask any questions. Not to try understanding. Tokyo exposed.