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Ego says, “Once everything falls into place, I’ll feel peace.” Spirit says, “Find your peace, and then everything will fall into place.”

Marianne Williamson

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I’m almost never serious, and I’m always too serious. Too deep, too shallow. Too sensitive, too cold-hearted. I’m like a collection of paradoxes.

Ferdinand de Saussure  (via adieufranz)

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Neptune and Tritron

This image was returned by the Voyager 2 spacecraft on July 3, 1989, when it was 76 million kilometers (47 million miles) from Neptune. The planet and its largest satellite, Triton, are captured in the field of view of Voyager’s narrow-angle camera through violet, clear and orange filters. Triton appears in the lower right corner at about 5 o’clock relative to Neptune. Measurements from Voyager images show Triton to be between 1,400 and 1,800 kilometers (about 870 to 1,100 miles) in radius with a surface that is about as bright as freshly fallen snow.

Image credit: NASA

distant-traveller:

Neptune and Tritron

This image was returned by the Voyager 2 spacecraft on July 3, 1989, when it was 76 million kilometers (47 million miles) from Neptune. The planet and its largest satellite, Triton, are captured in the field of view of Voyager’s narrow-angle camera through violet, clear and orange filters. Triton appears in the lower right corner at about 5 o’clock relative to Neptune. Measurements from Voyager images show Triton to be between 1,400 and 1,800 kilometers (about 870 to 1,100 miles) in radius with a surface that is about as bright as freshly fallen snow.

Image credit: NASA

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daft punk x soul train

In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.

— Albert Camus

aphex in wonderland pt01 . nick meador

what about this love [dub version] . mr fingers

be a superman . ymo

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odditiesoflife:

Rare Lenticular Clouds
The stunning meteorological phenomena of lenticular clouds (Altocumulus lenticularis) is a rare spectacle. Looking more like UFO’s than clouds, they are created by three conditions: warm and moist air, winds with constant height and something big, like a tall mountain. When a current of air hits an obstacle in its way, it begins to travel upwards and starts to condense forming a lens-shaped cloud with multiple layers.

Both absolutely fascinating and absolutely stunning. Complement with The Cloud Collector’s Handbook.
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odditiesoflife:

Rare Lenticular Clouds
The stunning meteorological phenomena of lenticular clouds (Altocumulus lenticularis) is a rare spectacle. Looking more like UFO’s than clouds, they are created by three conditions: warm and moist air, winds with constant height and something big, like a tall mountain. When a current of air hits an obstacle in its way, it begins to travel upwards and starts to condense forming a lens-shaped cloud with multiple layers.

Both absolutely fascinating and absolutely stunning. Complement with The Cloud Collector’s Handbook.
explore-blog:

odditiesoflife:

Rare Lenticular Clouds
The stunning meteorological phenomena of lenticular clouds (Altocumulus lenticularis) is a rare spectacle. Looking more like UFO’s than clouds, they are created by three conditions: warm and moist air, winds with constant height and something big, like a tall mountain. When a current of air hits an obstacle in its way, it begins to travel upwards and starts to condense forming a lens-shaped cloud with multiple layers.

Both absolutely fascinating and absolutely stunning. Complement with The Cloud Collector’s Handbook.
explore-blog:

odditiesoflife:

Rare Lenticular Clouds
The stunning meteorological phenomena of lenticular clouds (Altocumulus lenticularis) is a rare spectacle. Looking more like UFO’s than clouds, they are created by three conditions: warm and moist air, winds with constant height and something big, like a tall mountain. When a current of air hits an obstacle in its way, it begins to travel upwards and starts to condense forming a lens-shaped cloud with multiple layers.

Both absolutely fascinating and absolutely stunning. Complement with The Cloud Collector’s Handbook.
explore-blog:

odditiesoflife:

Rare Lenticular Clouds
The stunning meteorological phenomena of lenticular clouds (Altocumulus lenticularis) is a rare spectacle. Looking more like UFO’s than clouds, they are created by three conditions: warm and moist air, winds with constant height and something big, like a tall mountain. When a current of air hits an obstacle in its way, it begins to travel upwards and starts to condense forming a lens-shaped cloud with multiple layers.

Both absolutely fascinating and absolutely stunning. Complement with The Cloud Collector’s Handbook.

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odditiesoflife:

Rare Lenticular Clouds

The stunning meteorological phenomena of lenticular clouds (Altocumulus lenticularis) is a rare spectacle. Looking more like UFO’s than clouds, they are created by three conditions: warm and moist air, winds with constant height and something big, like a tall mountain. When a current of air hits an obstacle in its way, it begins to travel upwards and starts to condense forming a lens-shaped cloud with multiple layers.

Both absolutely fascinating and absolutely stunning. Complement with The Cloud Collector’s Handbook.

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museumuesum:

John Divola
photographs from the series Dogs Chasing My Car in the Desert
1996-2001
gelatin silver prints, 15.5 x 23 inches each
museumuesum:

John Divola
photographs from the series Dogs Chasing My Car in the Desert
1996-2001
gelatin silver prints, 15.5 x 23 inches each
museumuesum:

John Divola
photographs from the series Dogs Chasing My Car in the Desert
1996-2001
gelatin silver prints, 15.5 x 23 inches each
museumuesum:

John Divola
photographs from the series Dogs Chasing My Car in the Desert
1996-2001
gelatin silver prints, 15.5 x 23 inches each
museumuesum:

John Divola
photographs from the series Dogs Chasing My Car in the Desert
1996-2001
gelatin silver prints, 15.5 x 23 inches each
museumuesum:

John Divola
photographs from the series Dogs Chasing My Car in the Desert
1996-2001
gelatin silver prints, 15.5 x 23 inches each
museumuesum:

John Divola
photographs from the series Dogs Chasing My Car in the Desert
1996-2001
gelatin silver prints, 15.5 x 23 inches each

museumuesum:

John Divola

photographs from the series Dogs Chasing My Car in the Desert

1996-2001

gelatin silver prints, 15.5 x 23 inches each

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