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mmmmmmmmmy:

yellowblog:

dolby-5:

reretlet:

motomocomo:

sft:

makou:

FANTOMATIK - Fantaisies - Jan Saudek


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mmmmmmmmmy:

yellowblog:

dolby-5:

reretlet:

motomocomo:

sft:

makou:

FANTOMATIK - Fantaisies - Jan Saudek

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sin-eater:

I have some original bits of art work for sale in my store. I don’t normally sell originals but am letting a few go to new homes. Thank you http://sineater.bigcartel.com/

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sin-eater:

I have some original bits of art work for sale in my store. I don’t normally sell originals but am letting a few go to new homes. Thank you 
http://sineater.bigcartel.com/

courier5:

Detail from “Metamorphose II”, Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898 - 1972) Woodcut in three colors, 19 × 389.5 cm

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courier5:

Detail from “Metamorphose II”, Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898 - 1972)
Woodcut in three colors, 19 × 389.5 cm

fossilporn:

Fossil skeleton of Archelon, a giant Cretaceous turtle.  Found in the Pierre Shale of South Dakota.

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fossilporn:

Fossil skeleton of Archelon, a giant Cretaceous turtle.  Found in the Pierre Shale of South Dakota.

poisonwasthecure:

own

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poisonwasthecure:

own

newyorker:

Gary Greenberg explores the complexities behind the fragile concept of brain death: http://nyr.kr/1d7s5vx

“Our sense that a body is not dead until it is still and cold may be uninformed and unscientific, but so is our sense that the sun moves across the sky from east to west, and most of us live our lives as if this were the case. Of course, you can’t plan a rocket trip to the moon based on that understanding of heavenly movement, and you can’t harvest organs from a body based on our instinctual understanding of death. The concept of brain death has its uses; organ transplants save many lives. But it has its limits, too.”

Photograph by Zephyr/Getty.

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newyorker:

Gary Greenberg explores the complexities behind the fragile concept of brain death: http://nyr.kr/1d7s5vx

“Our sense that a body is not dead until it is still and cold may be uninformed and unscientific, but so is our sense that the sun moves across the sky from east to west, and most of us live our lives as if this were the case. Of course, you can’t plan a rocket trip to the moon based on that understanding of heavenly movement, and you can’t harvest organs from a body based on our instinctual understanding of death. The concept of brain death has its uses; organ transplants save many lives. But it has its limits, too.”

Photograph by Zephyr/Getty.

matialonsorphoto:

by matialonsor

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matialonsorphoto:

by matialonsor

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snowce:

Shomei Tomatsu

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snowce:

Shomei Tomatsu

tylerchokely:

wild-guy:

classy-and-glamorous-babe:

"A friend took this pic in Arizona USA. The meteorologists don’t have a name for it. 
Seems to be high energy to be in a Rainbow and a tornado! ”

Gaynado

the gays are evolving

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tylerchokely:

wild-guy:

classy-and-glamorous-babe:

"A friend took this pic in Arizona USA. The meteorologists don’t have a name for it. 

Seems to be high energy to be in a Rainbow and a tornado! ”

Gaynado

the gays are evolving