asylum-art:

Floto+Warner Studio: Colorful Liquid Splashes Captured at 1/3500th of a Second Look Like Floating Sculpturest 

Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto of Floto+Warner Studio recently produced this beautiful series of photos titled Clourant that seemingly turns large splashes of colorful liquid into glistening sculptures that hover in midair.  The photos were shot at a speed of 1/3,500th of a second, taking special care to disguise the origin of each burst making images appear almost digital in nature (the duo assures no Photoshop was used).

howtoskinatiger:

carnivorecam:

Deer runs from flying squirrel (caught on trail camera) 

This is one of the greatest images I have ever seen

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howtoskinatiger:

carnivorecam:

Deer runs from flying squirrel (caught on trail camera) 

This is one of the greatest images I have ever seen

deepbreathsanddeath:

This is a real panda
China has this “panda diplomacy” and this one will be sent to Japan as an friendship envoy. For the safety reason he sits as a passenger with his feeder, not in a cage. Fastening the seat belt, wearing a diaper, eating bamboos

veggiesandtea:

!!! eeee please please please

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veggiesandtea:

!!! eeee please please please

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doobz-n-boobz:

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wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Incredible Graphite Illustrations by Monica Lee

Malaysian artist Monica Lee draws amazingly photo-realistic images with graphite pencils.

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This right here is absolutely amazing.

i hate artists

Well. There goes my self esteem.

The Luxor Hotel & Casino acting as a giant sun reflector in Las Vegas.

07.17.14 @ 13:22

The Luxor Hotel & Casino acting as a giant sun reflector in Las Vegas.

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2008 Growing Season

07.12.14 @ 20:09

2008 Growing Season

dmpipes:

Today was all about this massive carving gouge here.. 

The steel is stamped “JAMES CAM SHEFFIELD” on the inside, and “CAST STEEL” on the outside. 

James Cam was a tool steel manufacturer from 1781 - 1838. “Cast steel” from Sheffield was among the very best steels from that era, and it still holds true today.

I acquired the rusted gouge missing the handle and in pretty bad over-all shape. I cleaned it up, reground the bevel to 20°, and fitted a proper american hickory handle with leather washers. The bevel was then honed to a shaving sharp edge on diamond plates. 

I’ve never even seen a reference to a gouge this large, it is an exceedingly rare piece of woodworking history. 

With only 200+/- years behind this tool, it’s amazing to think of the projects that it has helped complete… and the hundreds of years of future life that still remain…

07.11.14 @ 15:274

Rainstorm on the way

07.05.14 @ 13:071

Rainstorm on the way

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