Wet zebra - old canvas (Taken with Instagram)
aquamarine (via atomicshark)
A torrential monsoon rain in Bhaktapur. Bhaktapur, Nepal.
(Photo by Anuar Patjane)
Cole Rise | cole rise (USA) - explorations with space: no.4
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(by Maxwell Reynish)
Whaam!, Roy Lichtenstein (1963) (por Andy Alcala)
One Hundred Nanoseconds.
Two 2” diameter acrylic rods were irradiated with a 5 million electron volt e-beam while they were rotated in a motorized fixture. The roots of the discharges were mounted facing each other in a frame with illuminates each end with a 5 watt white LED.
The killer is in the building!!!
No, wait… It’s worse than that.
The killer IS the building!
She locks the doors for you, keeps the beer cold, and lord help you, she probably sees what you look at on the internet. Danger is the ghost in the machine, a sentient computer program running the X-Men’s “Danger Room.” Just, you know, a high-tech training facility built to try and KILL every person who walked in the door. The X-Men never knew she was buried in the wires going stir crazy until she flew off the rails and became quite a horror show.
The X-Men won back their home, and Danger got over herself. But now, when Wolverine kicks back with his iPad 2 to spend his day off watching VH1 Classic, he’s got to wonder.. Who’s watching back?
(Source: beautifuldestinations, via fuckyeahphotographics)