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likeafieldmouse:

Hernan Bas - The Sky, Before the Fall (2007)

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the-13th-floor:

This beautiful micrograph shows crystals of dopamine - the chemical released when we do naturally rewarding things like eating and procreating. Dopamine also affects brain processes involved in controlling movement, mood and memory.

Spike Walker, last night’s winner of the Royal Photographic Society's Combined Royal Colleges Medal, produced this image by passing polarised light through dopamine crystals. How the crystals refract the light varies depending on their orientation within the sample, causing them to reflect light at different wavelengths. Using this technique highlights more detail in the crystal structure than regular observation through a microscope.

(Image: Spike Walker/Wellcome Images)

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nicholasballesteros:

Le Sinthome. Paper collages, 2014, 16.5x21 cm.

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fernandovicenteprints:

New illustrated book by Fernando Vicente de FernandoVicente
An evocative and glamorous new book of the anatomical paintings of Fernando Vicente - Roads Publishing See more at: http://roads.co/books/fernando-vicente#sthash.kUl0Iz5z.dpuf

poisonappleprintshop - A french twist with my Elemental Child Nuit crown.

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anotic:

Ethereal Pattern of the Real River  |  

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thinksquad:

NYC approves apartment building with separate entrance for poor people

New York City has approved a developer’s Dickensian plan to include a “poor door” in a luxury apartment complex in the Upper West Side.

The prospect of a separate entrance for lower-income residents has been circulating for some time, but as the New York Post reported today, plans by company Extell Development to put a separate entrance for affordable housing tenants, who make 60 percent or less of median income, in the 33-story condo have been given the green light. The property will have 219 units, including 55 affordable units overlooking the street. Those renting and buying the apartments at the market-rate will have waterfront views.

The entrance is part of the Inclusionary Housing Program application, under which developers can build larger projects if they also provide low-income housing, either on- or off-site.

The approval of the entrance at 40 Riverside has prompted outrage, with many on social media calling it nothing more than an updated version of segregation.

http://www.newsweek.com/new-york-city-approves-poor-door-luxury-apartment-building-260218

insolacion:

Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky

thebeautyofrussia:

"Solitude in the City",by Alain Yatsun, Saint Petersburg

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witchesandslippersandhoods:

Uniformity photographed by Kenshu Shintsubo, Purple Fashion S/S 2005

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zenigata:

2chan.net [ExRare]

untrustyou:

Ivan Dokov

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