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  5. artgods:

    art—gallery:

    An Avalanche in the Alps

    Philip James De Loutherbourg

    (via overdosage)

     
  6. exercicesdestyles:

    photo todd eberle
    the palace of itamaraty, brasilia
    oscar niemeyer, 1970

    (Source: toddeberle.com, via overdosage)

     
  7. alcyere:

    Swedish Island (by romap)

    (via overdosage)

     
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  9. partia:

    San Francisco 2014

    (via overdosage)

     
  10. picaet:

    charles machado

    (via eradic-ate)

     
  11. facts-i-just-made-up:

    The Colossal Ice-Ball of Nuwit Kumungi

    Seen here in scale with a 720ft Ship, the Ice-Ball formed near Antarctica over about 5,000 years as a result of freezing winds gradually adding mass to an ice-berg.

    The Ball has been losing mass recently due to global warming, and is only 2/3 the size it was in 1980. Scientists estimate that once completely melted by 2050, the oceans will be a uniform 3 inches deeper than they are today.

    The Ice-Ball has been used in several films, most notably as Superman’s Fortress of Solitude in the Christopher Reeve movies and for the Ice Castle interiors of Die Another Day.

    (Source: historicaltimes)

     
  12. (Source: turnsmyworldtostone, via dexi)

     
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  14. pixography:

    Surreal Gallery

    (via overdosage)

     
  15. pixography:

    Steven Vincent Johnson

    (via overdosage)