For lack of a name
For lack of a name
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myxochondriac:

jesus save us by Georgia Panakia on Flickr.
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anaisthemermaid:

xx
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colin-vian:

  Primavera, Alexandre Louis Patry
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zeroing:

Inkyung Choi
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zeroing:

Hideaki Kawashima
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zeroing:

Jorma puranen
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zeroing:

Rene Magritte
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awkwardsituationist:

a broad and ample road, whose dust is goldand pavement stars, as stars to the appear,seen in the galaxy, that milky way,which nightly, as a circling zone, thou seestpowdered with stars — john milton, paradise lost

photos by maurizio pignotti, who merges together anywhere from 80 to 450 sequential shots, taken around the adriatic sea on cold winter nights, to create these star trails.
awkwardsituationist:

a broad and ample road, whose dust is goldand pavement stars, as stars to the appear,seen in the galaxy, that milky way,which nightly, as a circling zone, thou seestpowdered with stars — john milton, paradise lost

photos by maurizio pignotti, who merges together anywhere from 80 to 450 sequential shots, taken around the adriatic sea on cold winter nights, to create these star trails.
awkwardsituationist:

a broad and ample road, whose dust is goldand pavement stars, as stars to the appear,seen in the galaxy, that milky way,which nightly, as a circling zone, thou seestpowdered with stars — john milton, paradise lost

photos by maurizio pignotti, who merges together anywhere from 80 to 450 sequential shots, taken around the adriatic sea on cold winter nights, to create these star trails.
awkwardsituationist:

a broad and ample road, whose dust is goldand pavement stars, as stars to the appear,seen in the galaxy, that milky way,which nightly, as a circling zone, thou seestpowdered with stars — john milton, paradise lost

photos by maurizio pignotti, who merges together anywhere from 80 to 450 sequential shots, taken around the adriatic sea on cold winter nights, to create these star trails.
awkwardsituationist:

a broad and ample road, whose dust is goldand pavement stars, as stars to the appear,seen in the galaxy, that milky way,which nightly, as a circling zone, thou seestpowdered with stars — john milton, paradise lost

photos by maurizio pignotti, who merges together anywhere from 80 to 450 sequential shots, taken around the adriatic sea on cold winter nights, to create these star trails.
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zeroing:

Katharine Harvey
zeroing:

Katharine Harvey
zeroing:

Katharine Harvey
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bobbycaputo:

Toshio Shibata
One of Japan’s leading landscape photographers, Toshio Shibata, is being introduced to new American audiences at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. The exhibition, “Constructed Landscapes,” opens April 2o, and runs through October 6, 2013. The exhibition features 28 of Shibata’s large-scale works that consider the relationship between human infrastructure and nature through images of major engineering projects, like bridges and dams. This is the first time his color photographs are showing the in United States. “As stunning as Toshio Shibata’s photographs are, they are infused with deep awareness of humanity’s place in nature,” PEM curator of photography Phillip Prodger said in a statement announcing the show. “As with all the best landscape photographers, his works cause us to reflect on what it means to live in this world.”
bobbycaputo:

Toshio Shibata
One of Japan’s leading landscape photographers, Toshio Shibata, is being introduced to new American audiences at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. The exhibition, “Constructed Landscapes,” opens April 2o, and runs through October 6, 2013. The exhibition features 28 of Shibata’s large-scale works that consider the relationship between human infrastructure and nature through images of major engineering projects, like bridges and dams. This is the first time his color photographs are showing the in United States. “As stunning as Toshio Shibata’s photographs are, they are infused with deep awareness of humanity’s place in nature,” PEM curator of photography Phillip Prodger said in a statement announcing the show. “As with all the best landscape photographers, his works cause us to reflect on what it means to live in this world.”
bobbycaputo:

Toshio Shibata
One of Japan’s leading landscape photographers, Toshio Shibata, is being introduced to new American audiences at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. The exhibition, “Constructed Landscapes,” opens April 2o, and runs through October 6, 2013. The exhibition features 28 of Shibata’s large-scale works that consider the relationship between human infrastructure and nature through images of major engineering projects, like bridges and dams. This is the first time his color photographs are showing the in United States. “As stunning as Toshio Shibata’s photographs are, they are infused with deep awareness of humanity’s place in nature,” PEM curator of photography Phillip Prodger said in a statement announcing the show. “As with all the best landscape photographers, his works cause us to reflect on what it means to live in this world.”
bobbycaputo:

Toshio Shibata
One of Japan’s leading landscape photographers, Toshio Shibata, is being introduced to new American audiences at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. The exhibition, “Constructed Landscapes,” opens April 2o, and runs through October 6, 2013. The exhibition features 28 of Shibata’s large-scale works that consider the relationship between human infrastructure and nature through images of major engineering projects, like bridges and dams. This is the first time his color photographs are showing the in United States. “As stunning as Toshio Shibata’s photographs are, they are infused with deep awareness of humanity’s place in nature,” PEM curator of photography Phillip Prodger said in a statement announcing the show. “As with all the best landscape photographers, his works cause us to reflect on what it means to live in this world.”
bobbycaputo:

Toshio Shibata
One of Japan’s leading landscape photographers, Toshio Shibata, is being introduced to new American audiences at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. The exhibition, “Constructed Landscapes,” opens April 2o, and runs through October 6, 2013. The exhibition features 28 of Shibata’s large-scale works that consider the relationship between human infrastructure and nature through images of major engineering projects, like bridges and dams. This is the first time his color photographs are showing the in United States. “As stunning as Toshio Shibata’s photographs are, they are infused with deep awareness of humanity’s place in nature,” PEM curator of photography Phillip Prodger said in a statement announcing the show. “As with all the best landscape photographers, his works cause us to reflect on what it means to live in this world.”
bobbycaputo:

Toshio Shibata
One of Japan’s leading landscape photographers, Toshio Shibata, is being introduced to new American audiences at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. The exhibition, “Constructed Landscapes,” opens April 2o, and runs through October 6, 2013. The exhibition features 28 of Shibata’s large-scale works that consider the relationship between human infrastructure and nature through images of major engineering projects, like bridges and dams. This is the first time his color photographs are showing the in United States. “As stunning as Toshio Shibata’s photographs are, they are infused with deep awareness of humanity’s place in nature,” PEM curator of photography Phillip Prodger said in a statement announcing the show. “As with all the best landscape photographers, his works cause us to reflect on what it means to live in this world.”