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mildlyamused:

An artist with Alzheimer’s drawing self-portraits.
Terrible, frightening disease.

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infamousgod:

lordship by Jack Wassell

"And then suddenly I become sad for no reason, and it takes me days to get over that feeling."

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Water Serpents I, Gustav Klimt (Detail, c. 1904-07).

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The ocean at different places at the same beach on the same day.  It’s crazy how different it looks!

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The Leidenfrost Effect

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Persepolis (2007)

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i do these when i dont know what to do

littlelimpstiff14u2:

The 2012 Human Tower competitors in Tarragona, Spain

You’ve most certainly considered photographs of the has the same opinion de Castells, the human tower competitors held within the area of Catalonia, Spain, however photographer David Oliete got a pretty distinctive perspective in 2012, capturing the complete event at what appears to be a virtually aerial place. as the throngs of castellers—lots of of guys, girls and even children—push forward in a claustrophobic mass to construct their best possible human towers, biological shapes paying homage to insects or even animal cells begin to kind. Oliete shares with me via e-mail in regards to the competition:

the most important Human Tower competition is referred to as “is of the same opinion de Castells” and it takes situation in the metropolis of Tarragona as soon as every two years. Its XXIV edition passed off all over the sixth and seventh October 2012 with the participation of 32 teams from all around Catalonia and a reside audience of more than 20,000 individuals. all through the competition, the higher and difficult to construct a tower is, the extra points a crew gets.
every human tower is frequently between six and ten ranges excessive. teams are manufactured from between 100 to 500 men and women. young and lightweight participants type the top of the tower whereas heavier individuals kind the base.

The “castells” have also been one of the vital cultural traditions in Catalonia for greater than 200 years. “power, steadiness, braveness and common experience” is their motto. In 2010, the castells have been declared through UNESCO to be amongst the Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity”.

you can find many extra pictures from Oliete’ shoot of the is of the same opinion de Castells 2012 over on Flickr, and that you can additionally catch up with him on facebook.

http://davidoliete.4ormat.com/

http://www.inspiration-now.com/the-2012-human-tower-competition-in-tarragona-spain/

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