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Happy 38th Birthday to Benedict Cumberbatch! 

Happy 38th Birthday to Benedict Cumberbatch! 

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kameliendame:

Cory Steams and Lauren Cuthbertson
Ph. Dave Morgan

kameliendame:

Cory Steams and Lauren Cuthbertson

Ph. Dave Morgan

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Benedict Cumberbatch for BAFTA - In Focus: Acting [x]

"Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter.
Try again. Fail again. Fail better.”

                    — Samuel Beckett

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tastefullyoffensive:

Men With Fabulous Flower Beards [boredpanda]

Previously: Guys With Fancy Female Hairstyles

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aphrodisiacart:

ADRIAN BORDA

aphrodisiacart:

ADRIAN BORDA

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victoriousvocabulary:

TURBULENCE
[noun]
1. the quality or state of being turbulent; violent disorder or commotion.
2. Hydraulics: the haphazard secondary motion caused by eddies within a moving fluid.
3. Meteorology: irregular motion of the atmosphere, as that indicated by gusts and lulls in the wind.
Etymology: from Latin turbulentus, from turba, “confusion”.
[25kartinok]

victoriousvocabulary:

TURBULENCE

[noun]

1. the quality or state of being turbulent; violent disorder or commotion.

2. Hydraulics: the haphazard secondary motion caused by eddies within a moving fluid.

3. Meteorology: irregular motion of the atmosphere, as that indicated by gusts and lulls in the wind.

Etymologyfrom Latin turbulentus, from turba, “confusion”.

[25kartinok]

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ponderation:

Spirits of the Water by Mike Reyfman

All images in this series are aerial photos of glacial streams, and rivers in Iceland. Those waters alive with motion and colors, usually divided into a great number of interlinked streams and flows that constantly change course and pickup different minerals from the Periodic Table laying below. Alive and colorful waters are running over the basaltic sands, ashed plains and lowlands finding their way down to the ocean.

Same concept is used for all pictures in this series: single frame is copied and mirrored. Then original and mirrored pictures are stitched together.

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