Recycled glass window
(via Recycled Glass Bottles)
This chandelier from Hilden & Diaz projects the shadow of a forest into your room!
The Black Teapot Jonas Lie - 1911
Edward Weston - Tina, Mexico, 1923. (Via)
Portriats of English ballet dancer, Anton Dolin in the 1940’s by portait photographer Carl Van Vechter. (via identical eye: Carl Van Vechter)
Anne-Louis Girodet de Roucy Trioson, Portrait of Jean-Baptiste Belley, Representative from Santo-Domingo, 1797. Oil on canvas, 62¼ x 43¾ in. (158 x 111 cm). Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon, Versailles.© Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library
tUnE-yArDs. NPR Tiny Desk Concert.
This photo is part of his book ‘Moments’ / Benteli Verlag:
“Born in Switzerland, Robert Bösch ranks among the most celebrated landscape photographers in the world. Nature and especially mountain landscapes have always had a magical appeal to him. In 2001 he even scaled Mount Everest.
This book presents a selection of his most striking photographs, taken in the course of his numerous journeys across all seven continents. The images show that not only the extreme conditions of the Himalayas or Patagonia offer remarkable motifs, but that unique locations can be discovered right in one’s own backyard.
Landscape pictures often only reveal themselves for a few seconds before vanishing again – Robert Bösch is a master at recognizing and capturing these images with his camera before they are lost forever.”
Tramping with Tramps, 1899, by Josiah Flynt, sociologist and ‘professional vagrant.’
(via NYPL Digital Gallery)