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sapta-loka:

peacock plant

sapta-loka:

peacock plant

duels-of-infrno asked: writer: was scrolling, saw your picture. you are very beautiful. goodbye

Why thank you, bye!

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shota-nuggets:

personal achievement: i’ve never had a naruto phase 

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Sailor Sophia: coming soon to save a universe near you!

Sailor Sophia: coming soon to save a universe near you!

saatchiart:

my love have no end
Fahar Al-Salih
Germany 
Original: $4,400

saatchiart:

my love have no end
Fahar Al-Salih
Germany
Original: $4,400

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smithsonianmag:

This Is What Photography Looks Like on Drugs

Sarah Schoenfield’s experience as a bartender put her on the path to giving a “face” to illegal drugs

By Kirstin Fawcett

For Four years, Berlin photographer Sarah Schoenfeld tended bar at Berghain, a famously decadent nightclub where customers indulged in cocaine, ecstasy and speed. “Every night,” Schoenfeld says, “somehow you don’t see the drugs, but you see the people on them.” Inspired by her experiences, the artist came up with a novel project: She dissolved various drugs in a bath of alcohol or water, and dripped the liquids onto separate, already exposed photo negatives. The chemical reactions formed fantastic shapes and colors, which Schoenfeld enlarged and photographed for her new book, All You Can Feel.

Read and see more images at Smithsonian.com.


Diana - Jules Joseph LeFebvre (1836-1911).

Diana - Jules Joseph LeFebvre (1836-1911).

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Cheese!

Cheese!