FASTEATER
FASTEATER
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Giving up
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west-and-southern:

something.
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l-e-m-i-n-i-m-a-l-i-s-m-e:

FRANÇOIS MORELLET
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omfgco:

Really impressed by this string installation work of Gabriel Dawe. 
omfgco:

Really impressed by this string installation work of Gabriel Dawe. 
omfgco:

Really impressed by this string installation work of Gabriel Dawe. 
omfgco:

Really impressed by this string installation work of Gabriel Dawe. 
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nprmusic:

It’s a testament to the Damien Jurado's versatility that he's made nearly a dozen albums of largely inward-looking folk and rock music, and yet has never made two records that sound the same.
Stream Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son from NPR’s First Listen. 


This record is great.
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nevver:

Daniel Siering and Mario Shu
nevver:

Daniel Siering and Mario Shu
nevver:

Daniel Siering and Mario Shu
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likeafieldmouse:

Elena Damiani - Fading Fields (2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Elena Damiani - Fading Fields (2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Elena Damiani - Fading Fields (2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Elena Damiani - Fading Fields (2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Elena Damiani - Fading Fields (2013)
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akapale:

pale&foggy
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divineapprehension:

HD 85512b is a super Earth, one that’s thought to be 3.6 times as massive as our planet. The alien world is found about 35 light-years from us, in the direction of the constellation Vela. Astronomers announced the discovery of HD 85512b in September 2011. The planet’s estimated surface temperature is 77 degrees Fahrenheit (25 degrees Celsius).
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infinity-imagined:

An animation of the hexagonal storm present on Saturn’s north pole.  The hexagon is 30,000 kilometers across and has constant winds of more than 300 kilometers per hour.  Images acquired by the Cassini spacecraft on December 10th, 2012.
infinity-imagined:

An animation of the hexagonal storm present on Saturn’s north pole.  The hexagon is 30,000 kilometers across and has constant winds of more than 300 kilometers per hour.  Images acquired by the Cassini spacecraft on December 10th, 2012.
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nevver:

This is not an exit
nevver:

This is not an exit
nevver:

This is not an exit
nevver:

This is not an exit
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dallasmorningnews:

Ten years ago while pushing his son around in a stroller, Dallas Morning News photo editor Guy Reynolds began to photograph homemade Texas maps at vehicle inspection stations. Official signs are available from the state for a fee, but many business owners opt to paint their own.
These signs, with their simplistic and often skewed renditions of the state’s outline, are a type of unintentional folk art. View the whole photo essay here.
dallasmorningnews:

Ten years ago while pushing his son around in a stroller, Dallas Morning News photo editor Guy Reynolds began to photograph homemade Texas maps at vehicle inspection stations. Official signs are available from the state for a fee, but many business owners opt to paint their own.
These signs, with their simplistic and often skewed renditions of the state’s outline, are a type of unintentional folk art. View the whole photo essay here.
dallasmorningnews:

Ten years ago while pushing his son around in a stroller, Dallas Morning News photo editor Guy Reynolds began to photograph homemade Texas maps at vehicle inspection stations. Official signs are available from the state for a fee, but many business owners opt to paint their own.
These signs, with their simplistic and often skewed renditions of the state’s outline, are a type of unintentional folk art. View the whole photo essay here.
dallasmorningnews:

Ten years ago while pushing his son around in a stroller, Dallas Morning News photo editor Guy Reynolds began to photograph homemade Texas maps at vehicle inspection stations. Official signs are available from the state for a fee, but many business owners opt to paint their own.
These signs, with their simplistic and often skewed renditions of the state’s outline, are a type of unintentional folk art. View the whole photo essay here.
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