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bienenkiste:

Photographed by Jonty Davies for Marie Claire US October 1998

bienenkiste:

Photographed by Jonty Davies for Marie Claire US October 1998

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balletwithhitler:

Poison (Todd Haynes, 1991)

swamped:

Felix Sagmal
Photography: Tyson Ernste
Styling: Karen Van Binsbergen

littlelimpstiff14u2:

New Cloud Type Discovered: ‘Undulus Asperatus’

Turbulent motions between differing air masses create undulating clouds as seen over rural Kansas in the early morning hours of April 28, 2006.( Bottom two images ) Meteorologists are proposing these clouds be designated as the first new cloud type to be named in over 50 years: Undulus Asperatus.

The ominous-looking clouds have been particularly common in the Plains states of the United States, often during the morning or midday hours following convective thunderstorm activity.  These clouds are not considered a precursor to severe weather, rather appear to form following rain or thunderstorm activity.

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carminagf:

Boreas. 1903. John William Waterhouse

carminagf:

Boreas. 1903. John William Waterhouse

enchantedsleeper:

Death and the Maiden (1900), Marianne Stokes

enchantedsleeper:

Death and the Maiden (1900), Marianne Stokes