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heaven and (s)hell, sonoita, arizona

heaven and (s)hell, sonoita, arizona

(Source: phdonohue, via mutilates)

occupt:

emoji-nation. part 2.

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m3zzaluna:

penguin show off (a young girl meeting a penguin for the first time), c. 1950s
photographer unknown, published by retro-reproductions
» similar one here, more of my people with their animals/ funny animals posts here

m3zzaluna:

penguin show off (a young girl meeting a penguin for the first time), c. 1950s

photographer unknown, published by retro-reproductions

» similar one here, more of my people with their animals/ funny animals posts here

explore-blog:

Beijing-based photographer Gao Rongguo documents identical twins in middle age, inspired by the Confucian notion that people begin to understand their fate at the age of fifty. 
What makes his project especially curious is that it seems to challenge two different perilous ideologies: Astrology, since identical twins share a birthday, and scientific reductionism, since they share the exact same DNA yet end up being different people. 
For a photography project that takes a different angle on a similar issue, see Mark Laita’s Created Equal. 
(via The Dish)

explore-blog:

Beijing-based photographer Gao Rongguo documents identical twins in middle age, inspired by the Confucian notion that people begin to understand their fate at the age of fifty.

What makes his project especially curious is that it seems to challenge two different perilous ideologies: Astrology, since identical twins share a birthday, and scientific reductionism, since they share the exact same DNA yet end up being different people. 

For a photography project that takes a different angle on a similar issue, see Mark Laita’s Created Equal

(via The Dish)

kateoplis:

"We forfeit three-fourths of ourselves in order to be like other people."
Schopenhauer
art: Egon Schiele, Windows

kateoplis:

"We forfeit three-fourths of ourselves in order to be like other people."

Schopenhauer

art: Egon Schiele, Windows

aseaofquotes:

Maurice Maeterlinck, The Treasure of the Humble

aseaofquotes:

Maurice Maeterlinck, The Treasure of the Humble

(via donttakethisseriously)