little joy
There is a light that never goes out.
little joy
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birdasaurus:

© Bethany Marie Photography
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brutalgeneration:


Sunset swimming (by Peter Hagenouw)
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feuille-d-automne:

Marie Curie dans son laboratoire de la faculté des sciences.© A.C.J.C. Fonds Curie et Joliot-Curie.
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David Lynch and Isabella Rossellini by Annie Leibovitz
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magictransistor:

Andreas Friedrich. Emblemata Nova. 1617.  (contd.)
magictransistor:

Andreas Friedrich. Emblemata Nova. 1617.  (contd.)
magictransistor:

Andreas Friedrich. Emblemata Nova. 1617.  (contd.)
magictransistor:

Andreas Friedrich. Emblemata Nova. 1617.  (contd.)
magictransistor:

Andreas Friedrich. Emblemata Nova. 1617.  (contd.)
magictransistor:

Andreas Friedrich. Emblemata Nova. 1617.  (contd.)
magictransistor:

Andreas Friedrich. Emblemata Nova. 1617.  (contd.)
magictransistor:

Andreas Friedrich. Emblemata Nova. 1617.  (contd.)
magictransistor:

Andreas Friedrich. Emblemata Nova. 1617.  (contd.)
magictransistor:

Andreas Friedrich. Emblemata Nova. 1617.  (contd.)
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hauntedbystorytelling:


Edward Charles Le Grice :: An X-ray photograph of tulips, circa 1910
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rerylikes:

Lu Guang (b.1961, China) - Infernal Landscapes
Lu Guang  is an award-winning Chinese photojournalist. Since 1993, Lu Guang has developed major documentary projects in China, all at his own initiative, focusing on some of the most significant social, health, and environmental issues facing his country today. His photographic work includes stories on gold diggers, local coal miners, the SARS epidemic, drug addiction along the Sino-Burmese border, Aids villages in Henan Province, the environmental impact of the Qinghai-Tibet railway, industrial pollution and the medical effects of schistosomiasis (bilharzia).
rerylikes:

Lu Guang (b.1961, China) - Infernal Landscapes
Lu Guang  is an award-winning Chinese photojournalist. Since 1993, Lu Guang has developed major documentary projects in China, all at his own initiative, focusing on some of the most significant social, health, and environmental issues facing his country today. His photographic work includes stories on gold diggers, local coal miners, the SARS epidemic, drug addiction along the Sino-Burmese border, Aids villages in Henan Province, the environmental impact of the Qinghai-Tibet railway, industrial pollution and the medical effects of schistosomiasis (bilharzia).
rerylikes:

Lu Guang (b.1961, China) - Infernal Landscapes
Lu Guang  is an award-winning Chinese photojournalist. Since 1993, Lu Guang has developed major documentary projects in China, all at his own initiative, focusing on some of the most significant social, health, and environmental issues facing his country today. His photographic work includes stories on gold diggers, local coal miners, the SARS epidemic, drug addiction along the Sino-Burmese border, Aids villages in Henan Province, the environmental impact of the Qinghai-Tibet railway, industrial pollution and the medical effects of schistosomiasis (bilharzia).
rerylikes:

Lu Guang (b.1961, China) - Infernal Landscapes
Lu Guang  is an award-winning Chinese photojournalist. Since 1993, Lu Guang has developed major documentary projects in China, all at his own initiative, focusing on some of the most significant social, health, and environmental issues facing his country today. His photographic work includes stories on gold diggers, local coal miners, the SARS epidemic, drug addiction along the Sino-Burmese border, Aids villages in Henan Province, the environmental impact of the Qinghai-Tibet railway, industrial pollution and the medical effects of schistosomiasis (bilharzia).
rerylikes:

Lu Guang (b.1961, China) - Infernal Landscapes
Lu Guang  is an award-winning Chinese photojournalist. Since 1993, Lu Guang has developed major documentary projects in China, all at his own initiative, focusing on some of the most significant social, health, and environmental issues facing his country today. His photographic work includes stories on gold diggers, local coal miners, the SARS epidemic, drug addiction along the Sino-Burmese border, Aids villages in Henan Province, the environmental impact of the Qinghai-Tibet railway, industrial pollution and the medical effects of schistosomiasis (bilharzia).