Abstract in a swimming pool, originally uploaded to flickr by chanikul.
This is an accidental photo from my iPhone.
What I meant was stars: lots of them. What was in the bag: a hundred other bags, each filled with a star. What came after the world: silence, lots of it. Like being in a bag for a year, a portable hole, losing the sensation of sound. After only two nights stars appear where thereContinue reading “More Precisely by Ander Monson”
Sinuous alignment, originally uploaded by tanetahi (now busy with uni project).
This is land art in the desert created by Jim Denevan. It was done in Black Rock Desert, Nevada. Visit his site for more gorgeous work in landscape. Photo credit: Peter Hinson/Jim Denevan
Check out this collection of photographs by Vlad Artazov, a project in the portraiture of nails….cool. (via SprayBlog)
Or perhaps, winter for minimalists. Minimal winter, originally uploaded to flickr by mark.os.
Friday Night Lights III, originally uploaded to flickr by Λεωνíδαs.
Her voice deep ash and age throaty backstroke Years after the wandering uterus nailed and stapled I drew a Canadian map guidebook loaned out To scrape away the windshield’s ice thumbtack sculpture This cave unspelunkable vocal dreamland Melodies unmerry indigo plump curling tumbler Exact reminders of large mistakes adoption farce Padded envelope too large forContinue reading “The Soul Within Woman by Rachel M Simon”
In a set of photographs published in the most recent edition of Indigest Magazine, you can see Parsley Steinweiss’ pictures of books. But they don’t look much like books. Enjoy!
banksy/, originally uploaded by dannclick. Some days just can’t get rolling without a little Banksy.
My Heart Is Blue, originally uploaded to flickr by Dean Sloman. Have a happy MLK moleskine Monday.
Today I decided to revisit one of my favorite photography blogs, Moodaholic by Kenny Wang of Denmark. Visiting this website always provides a provocative journey.
slow fields blink past orchard in fall the stream moves clear slow moves in fields blink past stream fall the clear orchard slow fall moves fields blink clear past stream in the orchard orchard slow fall past moves in blink clear fields the stream fall moves clear past slow stream in fields the orchard blink the slow blink past stream clear in fall fields orchard moves pastContinue reading “Orchard in Fall by Nate Pritts”