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earth-song:

"Seemingly Surreal Swallows in a Spring Snowstorm" by Keith Williams
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fitzandizzyspells:

Chris Larson - Deep North (2008)
“Set into the snow, this abandoned house had the artist working in below zero temperatures to get the interior and exterior carved out just right. During the coldest months the dilapidated house was sprayed with thousands of gallons of water and left to freeze. The result was chilling, and at some points looks more like a thick coat of white acrylic.”
fitzandizzyspells:

Chris Larson - Deep North (2008)
“Set into the snow, this abandoned house had the artist working in below zero temperatures to get the interior and exterior carved out just right. During the coldest months the dilapidated house was sprayed with thousands of gallons of water and left to freeze. The result was chilling, and at some points looks more like a thick coat of white acrylic.”
fitzandizzyspells:

Chris Larson - Deep North (2008)
“Set into the snow, this abandoned house had the artist working in below zero temperatures to get the interior and exterior carved out just right. During the coldest months the dilapidated house was sprayed with thousands of gallons of water and left to freeze. The result was chilling, and at some points looks more like a thick coat of white acrylic.”
fitzandizzyspells:

Chris Larson - Deep North (2008)
“Set into the snow, this abandoned house had the artist working in below zero temperatures to get the interior and exterior carved out just right. During the coldest months the dilapidated house was sprayed with thousands of gallons of water and left to freeze. The result was chilling, and at some points looks more like a thick coat of white acrylic.”
fitzandizzyspells:

Chris Larson - Deep North (2008)
“Set into the snow, this abandoned house had the artist working in below zero temperatures to get the interior and exterior carved out just right. During the coldest months the dilapidated house was sprayed with thousands of gallons of water and left to freeze. The result was chilling, and at some points looks more like a thick coat of white acrylic.”
fitzandizzyspells:

Chris Larson - Deep North (2008)
“Set into the snow, this abandoned house had the artist working in below zero temperatures to get the interior and exterior carved out just right. During the coldest months the dilapidated house was sprayed with thousands of gallons of water and left to freeze. The result was chilling, and at some points looks more like a thick coat of white acrylic.”
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Photography by Cori Storb
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actegratuit:

Land & body art by Jean-Paul Bourdier 
actegratuit:

Land & body art by Jean-Paul Bourdier 
actegratuit:

Land & body art by Jean-Paul Bourdier 
actegratuit:

Land & body art by Jean-Paul Bourdier 
actegratuit:

Land & body art by Jean-Paul Bourdier 
actegratuit:

Land & body art by Jean-Paul Bourdier 
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acidus:

Lovebirds Whispering
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wgsn:

Love this shoot by James Hartley featuring the Grand National collection by Cameo the Label
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glassplanet:

Deep Pulse
week #4 of pseudo silence with Delilah Jones!
check out her piece here: www.flickr.com/photos/delilahjones/6922488924/
pseudo blog coming soon!
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h4ilstorm:

Pengi (by C r a i g W)
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