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enchantinghearts:

Summer Svartifoss (by michael.haupt)

enchantinghearts:

Summer Svartifoss (by michael.haupt)

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But there were always a few faithful souls who kept alive the Flame, tending it carefully, and not allowing its light to become extinguished. And thanks to these staunch hearts, and fearless minds, we have the truth still with us.
The Kybalion (via masonictraveler)
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nanodash:

These are the kinetic art sculptures of Paul Friedlander. These, are gorgeous.

He’s what I’m calling a physartist. An artist with a background in physics.

These are strings being spun like a skipping rope, faster than the eye can see, and then being illuminated. It’s just wonderful.

All pictures taken from here

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vortexanomaly:

polarity…

vortexanomaly:

polarity…

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mymodernmet:

Audiovisual artist Joanie Lemercier recently unveiled Nimbes, a spectacular 360º installation that immerses viewers in a breathtaking virtual universe. Created using photography, CGI, laser scans, and projection mapping, the piece takes the audience on a 15-minute journey around the cosmos, displaying constellations, solitary landscapes, and crumbling architectural structures.

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She is new to Tumblr. Help her out with some follows. Tumblr: izzymaxine

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bobbycaputo:

The Blue Arch of a Mosque in Esfahan
Photo and caption by Tandis Khodadadian (Woodland Hills, CA); Photographed April 2013, Esfahan, Iran

bobbycaputo:

The Blue Arch of a Mosque in Esfahan

Photo and caption by Tandis Khodadadian (Woodland Hills, CA); Photographed April 2013, Esfahan, Iran

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vortexanomaly:

hextunneling… 

vortexanomaly:

hextunneling… 

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humanoidhistory:

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, observed by the Galileo space probe on June 26, 1996.

humanoidhistory:

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, observed by the Galileo space probe on June 26, 1996.

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allisplenitude:

rishu-jpn:

Cameron Gray

a.k.a. Parablev

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When you open yourself to the continually changing, impermanent, dynamic nature of your own being and of reality, you increase your capacity to love and care about other people and your capacity to not be afraid. You’re able to keep your eyes open, your heart open, and your mind open. And you notice when you get caught up in prejudice, bias, and aggression. You develop an enthusiasm for no longer watering those negative seeds, from now until the day you die. And, you begin to think of your life as offering endless opportunities to start to do things differently.
Pema Chödrön (via purplebuddhaproject)
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