The Wreath of Khan
Marie Doro, 1902.
Eddy De Azevedo moved from Paris to Capbreton, a French seaside town, to get closer to nature. However, on daily walks with his along the beach he noticed all the trash that washed up on the shores and decided to collect all the debris he could.
Over the course of his walks he accumulated more than 600 lighters, 1000 bottle caps and 200 fisherman gloves to make his series Walking My Dog I.
via Feature Shoot
Lego Brick patent drawing.
Godtfred Kirk Christiansen.
Because not all wanderers are lost….
Golf ball hitting steel at 150mph, recorded at 70 000fps
In a window …
(Junk shop; photo mine; iPhone 5)
Professor Kliq - Wire and Flashing Lights by Patator
An 11 month old baby pangolin in Namibia. Little is known about the shy, endangered species.
Picture: Hotspot (via Animal photos of the week - Telegraph)
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