1. blueblackdream:

    Eva Wollenberg, Silver Mine

     
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  3. secretcinema1:

    New York, 1962, Lee Friedlander

     
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  5. bobbycaputo:

    Weird Abstract Photos That Look Like Incomplete Memories

    Photography and memory have an interesting, even intertwined relationship. Each is critical to how we view our past, yet an unreliable record of what truly happened.

    Patricia Voulgaris was inspired by the analogy between lapses in our memory and the things unseen just beyond the frame of a photograph. Her abstract photo sculptures illustrate what our spotty, or downright faulty, recollection of a specific moment might look like. Splintered shapes and colors are layered over and interlocked with recognizable elements like geometric patterns or an errant body part.

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  6. patrickschierer:

    Emma Phillips. Salt Mine in the Nullarbor Plain of Western Australia.

     
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  9. mpdrolet:

    Phosphorescent

    Dusdin Condren

     
  10. hauntology:

    SF ANGER HOMAGE, 2012

    (via hauntology)

     
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  12. casadabiqueira:

    The Hammock, Provincetown, Massachusetts.

    Joel Meyerowitz, 1982

     
  13. casadabiqueira:

    St. Louis

    Joel Meyerowitz, 1977

    (via wandrlust)

     
  14. Newish designs #light #matter #information #energy #transformation #patterns #language #meaning #music #waves #time

     
  15. grigiabot:

    Vasil STANKO :: Untitled, 1991 

    (via les-sources-du-nil)