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April 23, 2014 at 3:25pm

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lottereinigerforever:

La Dolce Vita

lottereinigerforever:

La Dolce Vita

2:51pm

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lottereinigerforever:

Federico Fellini directing Anita Ekberg in “La Dolce Vita”

lottereinigerforever:

Federico Fellini directing Anita Ekberg in “La Dolce Vita”

2:50pm

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lottereinigerforever:

Anthony Quinn in “La Strada”

lottereinigerforever:

Anthony Quinn in “La Strada”

2:47pm

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on the set of Fellini’s “8½” (Film; 1963)

rulingthumb:

on the set of Fellini’s “8½” (Film; 1963)

2:45pm

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ashtrayreel:

, Federico Fellini (1963)

12:46pm

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bloomplague:

"Satyricon" dir. Federico Fellini (1969)

bloomplague:

"Satyricon" dir. Federico Fellini (1969)

12:46pm

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defacedbook:

8.5

defacedbook:

8.5

12:45pm

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amospoe:

when in rome

amospoe:

when in rome

(Source: rougevie, via poerobots)

7:40am

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gifak-net:

Glass Fracturing At 5 Million Frames Per Second

gifak-net:

Glass Fracturing At 5 Million Frames Per Second

(via old-man-bombadil)

6:20am

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scanzen:

Particle Tracks On Film from the Fermilab Bubble Chamber.

(via ooksaidthelibrarian)

5:00am

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alberteinsteinofficial:

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xlizardx:

Apparently this is "The clearest photo of Mercury ever taken."

why isnt everyone getting so excited about this, it is literally another planet look at how beautiful it is stop what your doing and look at how alien like this planet is what is living there oh my god mercury

and guess what in space they pick categories when they have a lot of things to name like the craters on mercury. the category for naming them is after deceased artists

lookin good there, mercury

ceruleancynic:

alberteinsteinofficial:

becomming:

xlizardx:

Apparently this is "The clearest photo of Mercury ever taken."

why isnt everyone getting so excited about this, it is literally another planet look at how beautiful it is stop what your doing and look at how alien like this planet is what is living there oh my god mercury

and guess what in space they pick categories when they have a lot of things to name like the craters on mercury. the category for naming them is after deceased artists

lookin good there, mercury

(via laughterkey)

3:40am

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bartleby-company:

Donald MacMillan, “Six Suns,” a timelapse photo of an Arctic day, taken on the Crocker Land Expedition from 1913-1917

bartleby-company:

Donald MacMillan, “Six Suns,” a timelapse photo of an Arctic day, taken on the Crocker Land Expedition from 1913-1917

(Source: arcticmuseum)

2:20am

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scienceisbeauty:

First photograph ever taken by phosphorescent light. The face is that of Mr. Tesla, and the source of light is one of his phosphorescent bulbs. The time of exposure, eight minutes. Date of photograph January, 1894.
Source (Tesla Universe)

scienceisbeauty:

First photograph ever taken by phosphorescent light. The face is that of Mr. Tesla, and the source of light is one of his phosphorescent bulbs. The time of exposure, eight minutes. Date of photograph January, 1894.

Source (Tesla Universe)

(via ooksaidthelibrarian)

April 22, 2014 at 9:03pm

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cinoh:

Fragment
Date:3rd–4th centuryGeography:EgyptCulture:CopticMedium:Wool, linen; plain weave, tapestry weaveDimensions:13 9/16 in. high 11 1/4 in. wide (34.5 cm high 28.5 cm wide)

cinoh:

Fragment

Date:3rd–4th centuryGeography:EgyptCulture:CopticMedium:Wool, linen; plain weave, tapestry weaveDimensions:13 9/16 in. high 11 1/4 in. wide (34.5 cm high 28.5 cm wide)

5:31pm

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Patterns by William Morris, part III.

(Source: marieantoinete, via theorbweaverknits)