ERICA GOLDSON: Graduation speech

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thetravelsofching:

The politics of men’s hair in Chinese history

thetravelsofching:

The politics of men’s hair in Chinese history

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(Source: openlabartists)

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slowartday:

Filippo Armellin, Land Cycles

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zoetica:

Incredible photos of my likely distant relatives. Kazakhstan, my grandfather's homeland, has the world's largest population of Uighurs besides China.


beatonna
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cauda-pavonis:

divaneee:

Kazakh

Always reblog eagle hunters

SPEAKING of great clothes

Be sure to hit that “Kazakh" link for the original site!

Someday I’ll follow them

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yagazieemezi:

I am so happy to have stumbled across Hilary Sloane and her work. You can’t help but to be drawn in by her collaged gifs.

Based in Melbourne, Sloane’s work ranges from illustrations and animation, to collages and photography.

Find her: tumblr / vimeo / store

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So familiar yet so strange

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beautifulurself:

upload by sussuni on Flickr.

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earth-song:

Father registers exciting photos of the birth of their 4 children in the sea

Births of babies are always exciting, especially when they happen in an environment so special and full of life as in the ocean. Russian Vladimir Bagrianski registered in fantastic photos pregnancy of his wife, and the birth of her four children in the sea, which took place between 1986 and 1992. The series was named “Sunrise at sea.”

Births took place in different locations, but always with the ocean as the main scenario. The family is very attached to the teachings of the obstetrician and psychotherapist Igor Tcharkowsky, pioneered the method of water birth in 1963.

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nevver:

The Lovers, Magritte

nevver:

The Lovers, Magritte

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Bangladesh by Steve MCurry

Bangladesh by Steve MCurry

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rhamphotheca:

The World’s Most Beautiful Wastewater Treatment Plant
by Chris Tackett
Let this wastewater treatment plant show you how to live.
This may sound crazy, but it is exactly why the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies in Rhinebeck, New York constructed their Omega Center for Sustainable Living (OCSL), also known as the Eco Machine. We can learn some valuable lessons from this building.
The Omega Center for Sustainable Living may be the most beautiful wastewater treatment plant in the world. It is powered by solar and geothermal power, so it requires no additional power to operate. Unlike other wastewater treatment plants, the OCSL does not use chemicals to treat the water, but rather mimics the processes of the nature world, such as using a combination of microorganisms, algae, plants and gravel and sand filtration to clean sewage water and return clean drinkable water back to the aquifer.
In addition to doing all of this, the OCSL also functions as a classroom, to help educate and inspire people about the power of nature to provide solutions…
(read more: TreeHugger)
photograph by Omega Center for Sustainable Living

rhamphotheca:

The World’s Most Beautiful Wastewater Treatment Plant

by Chris Tackett

Let this wastewater treatment plant show you how to live.

This may sound crazy, but it is exactly why the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies in Rhinebeck, New York constructed their Omega Center for Sustainable Living (OCSL), also known as the Eco Machine. We can learn some valuable lessons from this building.

The Omega Center for Sustainable Living may be the most beautiful wastewater treatment plant in the world. It is powered by solar and geothermal power, so it requires no additional power to operate. Unlike other wastewater treatment plants, the OCSL does not use chemicals to treat the water, but rather mimics the processes of the nature world, such as using a combination of microorganisms, algae, plants and gravel and sand filtration to clean sewage water and return clean drinkable water back to the aquifer.

In addition to doing all of this, the OCSL also functions as a classroom, to help educate and inspire people about the power of nature to provide solutions…

(read more: TreeHugger)

photograph by Omega Center for Sustainable Living

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michaelbartelle:


Broms cafe & restaurant, Stockholm

michaelbartelle:

Broms cafe & restaurant, Stockholm

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cool-as-a-fire:

malformalady:
These bizarre Buddha-shaped pears were invented by a farmer in China. Hao Xianzhang has created 10,000 of the mini marvels at his orchard this season and said he plans to take the fruits of his labour to Europe.

cool-as-a-fire:

malformalady:

These bizarre Buddha-shaped pears were invented by a farmer in China. Hao Xianzhang has created 10,000 of the mini marvels at his orchard this season and said he plans to take the fruits of his labour to Europe.

(via modeschina)

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This.

(Source: drunkonstephen, via trillwavefeminism)

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