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Jul 23

“As we forget what we once intuitively understood, the point of real places, it becomes ever easier to be convinced that mobility—ceaseless, on-the-go motion—has intrinsic value: that going to places is more important than being in places.” — Unruly Places: Lost Spaces, Secret Cities, and Other Inscrutable Geographies by Alastair Bonnett

“For borders are far more than lines of exclusion—their profusion reflects the varied nature of people’s political and cultural choices. The paradox of borders is that they close down free movement yet suggest a world of choices and possibility.” — Unruly Places: Lost Spaces, Secret Cities, and Other Inscrutable Geographies by Alastair Bonnett

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urgetocreate:

David Hockney, “Dog Days” painting, 1990’s

urgetocreate:

David Hockney, “Dog Days” painting, 1990’s

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bofransson:

Botvid Kihlman - Before the leafs fall

bofransson:

Botvid Kihlman - Before the leafs fall

(via thecircuitousroute)

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fossilporn:

Fossil skeleton of Archelon, a giant Cretaceous turtle.  Found in the Pierre Shale of South Dakota.

fossilporn:

Fossil skeleton of Archelon, a giant Cretaceous turtle.  Found in the Pierre Shale of South Dakota.

(Source: Wikipedia, via fabforgottennobility)

Word du Jour

Sim·u·la·crum noun

plural noun: simulacra

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(via VISUELLE: ELLE MAGAZINE: Kristen Wiig by Photographer Carter Smith)

(via VISUELLE: ELLE MAGAZINE: Kristen Wiig by Photographer Carter Smith)

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(via Mini Chocolate and Coconut Popsicles | Trendland)

(via Mini Chocolate and Coconut Popsicles | Trendland)

(via VISUELLE: Hotel Missoni, Edinburgh – UK)

(via VISUELLE: Hotel Missoni, Edinburgh – UK)

(Source: overlandia, via somecallmejia)

voxsart:

Very English.
James Fox.

voxsart:

Very English.

James Fox.