1. prova275:

    Showing off…

    (via scrapzion)

     
  2. wapiti3:

    The fresh-water fishes of China / by John Treadwell Nichols on Flickr.

    By Nichols, John T. (John Treadwell), 1883-1958 
    Central Asiatic Expeditions 1921-1930 
    Publication info New York :American Museum of Natural History,1943.
    BioDivLibrary

    (via scientificillustration)

    Tagged #fish
     
  3. japaneseaesthetics:

    Golden Pheasant (Kinkei).  Ink and color on paper.  About 1820’s, Japan, by artist Chô Gesshô

    (Source: onizazen.collectrium.com)

    Tagged #Chô Gesshô
     
  4. Kartikeya and Tripurasura. Albumen print by Richard Banner Oakeley of sculptures at Halebid in Karnataka. 1856.

    British Library

     
  5. spaceexp:

    Cloud cover at night illuminated by unidentified city below. Image taken by NASA’s Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit on the ISS

    Source

    (via miss-magdalena)

    Tagged #NASA
     
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  8. bagnostian:

    "can always find a millionaire to shovel all the coal"

    greenwich village, nyc.

    (Fuji X-Pro1)

     
  9. ninelkner:

    J | via Tumblr on We Heart It.

    (via signwalla)

     
  10. A Buddha statue discovered at the Mes Aynak archaeological site in the eastern province of Logar, in Afghanistan. The ancient city sits on top of one of the world’s largest known copper deposits, which is currently on lease to a state-owned Chinese mining company [Credit: Brent Huffman ]
    (via The Archaeology News Network)

     
  11. wonderfulambiguity:

    Andreas Feininger, Midtown Manhattan, 1941

    (via scrapzion)

     
  12. floserber:

    Daido Moriyama, Selected Images, 1997. Five Polaroid prints. Each approximately 8 × 7.6 cm (3 1/8 × 2 7/8 in)

    (via dig-image)

     
  13. jibadojo:

    Ushiwakamaru (Right and Benkei (Left)

    (via sinyasiki)

     
  14. A gold-plated Buddha head is just one of many artefacts found at the Mes Aynak site. [Credit: Brent Huffman ]
    (via The Archaeology News Network)

     
  15. eastmanhouse:

    Two men eating watermelon

    Unidentified
    ca. 1855
    daguerreotype with applied color
    Overall: 5.8 x 4.5 cm (1/9 plate)
    National Origin: United States