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beantz:

original

beantz:

original


cerceos:

Mark Rowell


archatlas:

Javier Iniesta


cross-connect:

reblog via slowartday:

Stinkfish


archatlas:

In Landscapes Petros Koublis


littlepawz:

Oops! :)

littlepawz:

Oops! :)


hoodoothatvoodoo:

Masaaki Sasamoto

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Masaaki Sasamoto


reynalddrouhin:

Clouds Monolith, Reynald Drouhin
2014, photographie modifiée, 36 x 24 cm.

reynalddrouhin:

Clouds Monolith, Reynald Drouhin

2014, photographie modifiée, 36 x 24 cm.


reynalddrouhin:

Monolith Art, Reynald Drouhin
2014, photographie modifiée, 36 x 24 cm.Monolith / Hiroshi Sugimoto (Seascape: Baltic Sea, near Rügen, 1996).

reynalddrouhin:

Monolith Art, Reynald Drouhin

2014, photographie modifiée, 36 x 24 cm.
Monolith / Hiroshi Sugimoto (Seascape: Baltic Sea, near Rügen, 1996).


reynalddrouhin:

Clouds Monolith, Reynald Drouhin
2014, photographie modifiée, 36 x 24 cm.

reynalddrouhin:

Clouds Monolith, Reynald Drouhin

2014, photographie modifiée, 36 x 24 cm.


archatlas:

Yorch Miranda


theartofanimation:

Yan Ostretsov


(Source: under-the-gaslight)


victoriousvocabulary:

CRYPTOZOOLOGY

[noun]

the study of evidence tending to substantiate the existence of, or the search for, creatures whose reported existence is unproved, as the Abominable Snowman or the Loch Ness monster. The discipline is traditionally viewed as a pseudoscience.

Etymology: from Greek kryptos, “hidden” + zoology; “study of animals”, literally, “study of hidden animals”.

[Vladimir Stankovic]



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