Gen II Legendary Beasts
#243 - Raikou
#244 - Entei
#245 - Suicune
- Jackson Pollock studio, ca. 1950, Springs, Long Island, New York
- Claude Monet ca. 1924 in his third studio, Giverny
- Roy Lichtenstein, studio, Southampton, New York
- Pablo Picasso, not listed.
Solar Corona (by Miloslav Druckmüller)
Underbrella a lighted umbrella installation by Anna Meister
Art, music and travel are three favorite things of Matt Molloy, an Ontario-based photographer. He explores them in all kinds of different ways and has begun a experiment with timelapse sequences. By merging 100 to 400 photographs into one, Matt Molloy reveals the different colours of the sky and creates the painting-like photographs. Please visit artist’s Flickr or follow his Tumblr for more work.
Everyone dies sometime, kiddo.
Know where you stand.
That’s what I love so much about travelling and history. Just realizing the importance in where you stand… It’s such a powerful feeling.
im an atheist because i think that science is wonderful and reality itself is so mysterious and wonderful that there is no need to believe in a god
but if a philosophy and a belief system makes you appreciate life and makes you happy and you arent hurting anyone with it
then god damn no one should be a shit to you about it