There is no reason.

20th August 2014

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bobsavage:

Capitalism.

I kind of want to cry

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20th August 2014

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nevver:

Ferguson

nevver:

Ferguson

17th August 2014

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sixpenceee:

SHREW CENTIPEDE

A mama shrew and her babies. The mammalian society says “Young shrews are occasionally observed following their mother in a ‘caravan’. Each shrew grasps the base of the tail of the preceding shrew so that the mother runs along with a line of young trailing behind. This behavior is often associated with disturbance of the nest and may also be used to encourage the young to explore their environment.”

VIDEO

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17th August 2014

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17th August 2014

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17th August 2014

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likeafieldmouse:

Nick Brandt 

Selections from the series Across the Ravaged Land (published 2013)

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Photographs 4-6 are of animals calcified by Tanzania’s Lake Natron (named after the chemical compound natron):

"The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The [alkali] causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry."

17th August 2014

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allcreatures:


A thirteen-week old white lion cub lies next to his father Yabu at the zoo in La Fleche, western France

Picture: JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER/AFP/Getty Images (via Pictures of the day: 15 August 2014 - Telegraph)

allcreatures:

A thirteen-week old white lion cub lies next to his father Yabu at the zoo in La Fleche, western France

Picture: JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER/AFP/Getty Images (via Pictures of the day: 15 August 2014 - Telegraph)

15th August 2014

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15th August 2014

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damontighe:

Olmec Colossal Head 5 from San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán 1200–900 BC on Flickr.

damontighe:

Olmec Colossal Head 5 from San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán 1200–900 BC on Flickr.

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14th August 2014

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williamsonsbeauty:

a—fri—ca:

a—fri—ca:

Terra-cotta Head. Ancient Ife, Nigeria
Ife is an ancient Yoruba city in south-western Nigeria. Evidence of habitation at the site has been discovered to date back to as early as 600 BCE. It is located in the present day Osun State. Ifè is known worldwide for its ancient and naturalistic bronze, stone and terracotta sculptures, which reached their peak of artistic expression between 1200 and 1400 A.D.In his book, “The Oral Traditions in Ile-Ife,” Yemi D. Prince referred to the terracotta artists of 900 A.D. as the founders of Art Guilds, cultural schools of philosophy, which today can be likened to many of Europe’s old institutions of learning that were originally established as religious bodies. These guilds may well be some of the oldest non-Abrahamic African centres of learning to remain as viable entities in the contemporary world. 
(source post: my fb page Africa)Photo © Herbert List - Magnum Photos

williamsonsbeauty:

a—fri—ca:

a—fri—ca:

Terra-cotta Head. Ancient Ife, Nigeria

Ife is an ancient Yoruba city in south-western Nigeria. Evidence of habitation at the site has been discovered to date back to as early as 600 BCE. It is located in the present day Osun State. Ifè is known worldwide for its ancient and naturalistic bronze, stone and terracotta sculptures, which reached their peak of artistic expression between 1200 and 1400 A.D.

In his book, “The Oral Traditions in Ile-Ife,” Yemi D. Prince referred to the terracotta artists of 900 A.D. as the founders of Art Guilds, cultural schools of philosophy, which today can be likened to many of Europe’s old institutions of learning that were originally established as religious bodies. These guilds may well be some of the oldest non-Abrahamic African centres of learning to remain as viable entities in the contemporary world. 

(source post: my fb page Africa)

Photo © 
Herbert List - Magnum Photos

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