Something funny happens to people who are lonely. The lonelier they get, the less adept they become at navigating social currents. Loneliness grows around them, like mould or fur, a prophylactic that inhibits contact, no matter how badly contact is desired. Loneliness is accretive, extending and perpetuating itself. Once it becomes impacted, it isn’t easy to dislodge. When I think of its advance, an anchoress’s cell comes to mind, as does the exoskeleton of a gastropod.
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In the beginning we make our habits, in the end our habits make us.
(처음엔 우리가 습관들을 만들지만 결국엔 그 습관들이 우리를 만든다.)
“plan democratically and implement like a dictator.” -Peter Schultz, the CEO of Porsche
ckck:

Paranal Observatory in Chile, home of the Very Large Telescope.
Ever wonder why observatories shoot lasers at the sky? Here’s why.

ckck:

Paranal Observatory in Chile, home of the Very Large Telescope.

Ever wonder why observatories shoot lasers at the sky? Here’s why.

Reblogged from ck/ck
cjwho:

Swimming pool with New York skyline, Mumbai
The eye-catching swimming pool in Mumbai, India, has been built to raise awareness about the threat of sea level rises as a result of global warming.
It was constructed by attaching a giant aerial photograph of the New York City skyline to the floor of the pool.
The idea was conceived by advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather, who were commissioned by banking giant HSBC to promote its £50million project tackling climate change.
The Ogilvy team came up with an innovative way to show the adverse impact of global climate change. They glued an aerial view of a city to the base of a swimming pool. When the pool was filled with water, it gave a shocking effect akin to a city submerged in water. The visual of a sunken city shocked swimmers and onlookers, driving home the impact of global warming, and how it could destroy our world someday.
http://www.ogilvy.com

cjwho:

Swimming pool with New York skyline, Mumbai

The eye-catching swimming pool in Mumbai, India, has been built to raise awareness about the threat of sea level rises as a result of global warming.

It was constructed by attaching a giant aerial photograph of the New York City skyline to the floor of the pool.

The idea was conceived by advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather, who were commissioned by banking giant HSBC to promote its £50million project tackling climate change.

The Ogilvy team came up with an innovative way to show the adverse impact of global climate change. They glued an aerial view of a city to the base of a swimming pool.
When the pool was filled with water, it gave a shocking effect akin to a city submerged in water. The visual of a sunken city shocked swimmers and onlookers, driving home the impact of global warming, and how it could destroy our world someday.

http://www.ogilvy.com

Reblogged from CJWHO ™
Reblogged from as booty as they come
helveticaberries:

topiary by lemmy_caution on Flickr.
Reblogged from HELVETIscape
atomic-oxygen:

F-22
Reblogged from atomic oxygen

cineandreea:

Treehotel Sweden 

Reblogged from IO
1187hunterwasser:

Blade Runner cityscape concept by Syd Mead. Could be the only one painting from preproduction that shows cityscape during the day. However the concept is never used for various reasons. One of them is: not enough money to develop day scenes that will actually work and follow the distopyan concept of the movie.

1187hunterwasser:

Blade Runner cityscape concept by Syd Mead. Could be the only one painting from preproduction that shows cityscape during the day. However the concept is never used for various reasons. One of them is: not enough money to develop day scenes that will actually work and follow the distopyan concept of the movie.

Reblogged from FUTURE NOIR
nemoi:

ECHAFAUDAGES (via Pasc_Lem)
Reblogged from nemoi memo
carex:

This Land Bridge, designed by Seattle firm Jones & Jones Architects and Landscape Architecture, connects Historic Ft. Vancouver, Washington to the Columbia River waterfront in the U.S. 

carex:

This Land Bridge, designed by Seattle firm Jones & Jones Architects and Landscape Architecture, connects Historic Ft. Vancouver, Washington to the Columbia River waterfront in the U.S. 

"그저 뇌의 장난에 놀아나는것 뿐입니다."

"It’s all in my head which is nothing."

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"boundary less" -Jack Welch