(Source: retrodust, via mrhypnotic)

humanoidhistory:

Hangar One under construction at Moffet Field in Mountain View, California, 1933. It’s one of the world’s largest freestanding structures, covering 8 acres.

humanoidhistory:

Hangar One under construction at Moffet Field in Mountain View, California, 1933. It’s one of the world’s largest freestanding structures, covering 8 acres.

(via visceral-surreality)

thomaszhuang:

THOMAS ZHUANG: STREET SERIES, “Blue”, 2014

thomaszhuang:

THOMAS ZHUANG: STREET SERIES, “Blue”, 2014

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rvacoffeestain:

Pop’s Dogs and Ma’s Burgers- Richmond, VA

rvacoffeestain:

Pop’s Dogs and Ma’s Burgers- Richmond, VA

enochliew:

Honey Sphere by O2 Treehouse

Suspended by steel cables attached to the tree’s upper branches, while a portion rests on the ground to alleviate some of the stress on the live oak.

(Source: o2treehouse.com, via visceral-surreality)

thelandofmaps:

If San Francisco Crime were Elevation (500x803)CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

thelandofmaps:

If San Francisco Crime were Elevation (500x803)
CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!
thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

(via dinosaurusrex)

artdecoandartnouveau:

This emblem was spotted on an old rusty classic Oldsmobile in northern Georgia. (via 500px / Classic Oldsmobile Emblem by ©Ken Johnson Imagery)

artdecoandartnouveau:

This emblem was spotted on an old rusty classic Oldsmobile in northern Georgia. (via 500px / Classic Oldsmobile Emblem by ©Ken Johnson Imagery)

(via plurdledgabbleblotchits)

memoryradio:

Shutting down my last project at IBM today.

biomorphosis:

Saiga is a type of antelope. They are known for their huge, inflatable, and humped nose which help them to filter out airborne dust during the dry summer migrations, and filter out cold air before it reaches their lungs during winter. They are a migratory species, migrating in the summer and winter and can run up to 80 km per hour in a short time.

Local people kill saiga because of its meat and horns. Horns are used in traditional Chinese medicine. Saiga is listed as critically endangered species and were once in the millions but today only less than 50,000 left in the wild.

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johnnythehorse:


James R Bingham

johnnythehorse:

James R Bingham

(Source: Flickr / leifpeng, via visceral-surreality)