chiromancer
Life Line: ugh.
Love Line: even worse.
Head Line: artistic, creative, but will forever be poor.
chiromancer
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"Claiming there is no other life in the universe is like scooping up some water, looking at the cup and claiming there are no whales in the ocean."
Neil deGrasse Tyson in response to “Aliens can’t exist because we haven’t found them yet” (via we-are-star-stuff)
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commanderspock:

infinity-imagined

Sunsets and sunrises seen from the International Space Station.
commanderspock:

infinity-imagined

Sunsets and sunrises seen from the International Space Station.
commanderspock:

infinity-imagined

Sunsets and sunrises seen from the International Space Station.
commanderspock:

infinity-imagined

Sunsets and sunrises seen from the International Space Station.
commanderspock:

infinity-imagined

Sunsets and sunrises seen from the International Space Station.
commanderspock:

infinity-imagined

Sunsets and sunrises seen from the International Space Station.
commanderspock:

infinity-imagined

Sunsets and sunrises seen from the International Space Station.
commanderspock:

infinity-imagined

Sunsets and sunrises seen from the International Space Station.
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colourthysoul:

Dan McCaw - Silence
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michaelswaney:

Victor Jaenada, Soy raro pero soy bueno, 2013. Acrylic on canvas, 114 x 146 cm
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nearlya:

David Altmejd, The Giant (detail), 2006, foam, magic sculpt (resin), paint, fake hair, wood, glass, decorative acorns, taxidermy, squirrels (3 fox squirrels and 4 grey squirrels)
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laurabfernandez:

When I heard the waves.
©2014laurabfernández
laurabfernandez:

When I heard the waves.
©2014laurabfernández
laurabfernandez:

When I heard the waves.
©2014laurabfernández
laurabfernandez:

When I heard the waves.
©2014laurabfernández
laurabfernandez:

When I heard the waves.
©2014laurabfernández
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nowness:

WEEKEND LOVE: STRANGE PLANTS

A new release from indie publishers Zioxla celebrates the weird and wonderful
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biomedicalephemera:

German messenger dog in gas mask
In addition to humans, all of the animals used in WWI, including horses, pigeons, dogs, and mules, had to be outfitted with at least some degree of protection from the gas attacks going on all around them.
All animals suffered from inhalation injuries from the lung irritants, but the threat to the eyes and skin of war animals was less than in humans. Horse and mule eyes were noted to show remarkable healing power, even after vesicant (i.e. mustard gas - blister gases) contamination.
Image from US Army Chemical Corps Museum, taken by unknown Entente powers soldier in France.
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icancauseaconstellation:

Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source
icancauseaconstellation:

Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source
icancauseaconstellation:

Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source
icancauseaconstellation:

Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source
icancauseaconstellation:

Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source
icancauseaconstellation:

Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source
icancauseaconstellation:

Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source
icancauseaconstellation:

Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source
icancauseaconstellation:

Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source
icancauseaconstellation:

Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source