Narh's Gallery

gregmelander:

BELOW THE SURFACE

Amazing illustrations of what might be below the surface.  At the Schusev State Museum of Architecture

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leslieseuffert:

If it’s raining, you will most likely find French photographer and artist on tumblr, Manuel Plantin outside. Of Strasbourg France, he has a talent for transforming reflections into photographs that resemble paintings. Coincidentally, he isn’t a fan of the rain, but it suits his hobby well and provides him with the environment necessary to create amazing art. That being said, if it’s raining expect to see Manuel outside with his camera in tow.  

Follow him On Tumblr.

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narhsmess:

I think it’s one of the most beautiful, peaceful and extraordinay place on Earth. There’s so many species living there like polar bear, arctic fox, reindeer, arctic hare, lemming, whales and more. There’s also Inuit and Inupiat people living on this very land.

It’s at the same time a really useful area that, by reflecting the radius of the sun helps this planet to remain at reasonable temperatures and climate. 

But because of the global warming, ice is dangerously melting. Since it is melting, and because there’s enormous oil deposit, companies like Shell as well as too many countries (like Russia, the United States, Denmark, Canada, etc.) are just rushing there to try and make drillings to exploit these ressources.

If they succeed, if they exploit this area, it will be an ecological disaster, it will disrupt every single species on this land in their reproduction, their way of life. And they will quickly be extinct as there won’t be any place for them to live. We can say, with most certainty that it will end up like this:



Don’t you find Arctic beautiful? Isn’t it the most beautiful thing that is worth fighting for? So please, please if you think that IT HAS TO BE PRESERVED, sign this petition, it’s the only way I can think of to simply avoid this: http://www.savethearctic.org/en-US/

I don’t usually reblog this sort of post on this blog but I think it’s an important matter

Colombian artist Diana Beltran Herrera has used paper to create these intricate models of tropical birds

(via dezeen)

Double Exposure Photography by Antonio Mora aka Mylovt

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