1. fuckyeahvintage-retro:

    Las Vegas, 1968

    (via scrapzion)

  2. jellobiafrasays:

    baltimore, 2014

    Tagged #Baltimore
  3. Tagged #signage
  4. from Fatalistic Tendency
    © Tushikur Rahman
    (via Feature Shoot)

  5. Tagged #books
  6. sagansense:


    Boiling lava in Marum crater

    Ambrym is a large basaltic volcano with a 12-km-wide caldera. It is not only one of the most active volcanoes of Vanuatu, but also in the world. Ambrym’s caldera is a wide, impressive moon-like landscape containing an ash plain, cut by innumerable erosion gullies and containing several active craters and recent lava flows.

    The caldera is believed to have formed during a major plinian eruption with dacitic pyroclastic flows about 1900 years ago. Activity after the caldera formation was concentrated around two vents that have become large complex craters called Marum and Benbow. Often, both Marum and Benbow (as well as other craters) contain small lava lakes, which occasionally erupt lava flows onto the caldera floor, or even exit the caldera through erosion gaps.

    To capture close-up footage of this lava lake on the Pacific island of Vanuatu, Geoff Mackley and his colleagues had to brave excruciating heat and some rather precarious-looking abseiling.

    You can see more incredible shots at Mackley’s website.

    Credit: Geoff Mackley, Bradley Ambrose, Nathan Berg

    Certified BAD ASS.

    (Source: volcanodiscovery.com, via ooksaidthelibrarian)

  8. lapitiedangereuse:

    Physicist Norris Bradbury sits next to The Gadget, the nuclear device created by scientists to test the world’s atomic bomb, at the Trinity Site in Alamogordo, New Mexico.

    (via superkintaro)

  9. leftoverlondoner:


    Criterion matches sign on Stoke Newington Church St 


    The Westminster Gazette, Criterion Matches and, if you look very closely, Gilette razor blades, all jostling for ghostly supremacy.

    Tagged #signage
  10. socks-studio:

    House Movers of San Francisco, by Dave Glass (1976-1977)


    Freelance San Francisco-based photographer Dave Glass documented the urban renewal effort in  San Francisco’s area of Western Addition that, in the second half of the 1970’s, involved the relocation of many 19th century victorian buildings to their new permenent locations. A r…

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    house movers, Architecture, Culture

  11. from Fatalistic Tendency
    © Tushikur Rahman
    (via Feature Shoot)

  12. (Source: fistfullofsoul, via mudwerks)

    Tagged #Fats Domino
  13. poplifeplus:

    Josef Albers

    (via mudwerks)

  14. virtual-artifacts:

    Painted islamic bowls, Central Asia, X-XI century AD ( 1, 2, 3 )

    (via virtual-artifacts)

  15. New York, 1955, William Klein

    (Source: secretcinema1, via scrapzion)