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Deep sea dive
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Yesterday, James Cameron took his new sub, the Deepsea Challenger, five miles down the New Britain Trench to break a record for modern subs by a mile. It has not been seen by the public until just now.
james cameron visits the mariana trench
James Cameron’s New Sub Will Take Him To the Deepest Spot On Earth
Jim Cameron's deep sea vehicle.
Marta Nehrling, Art Fabulous, Inspiration, Martina Nehrl, Colors, Chicago Artists, Happy Pictures, Strokes Artworks, Design
Different strokes artwork
Martina Nehrling is inspired by the chaotic nature of life and the many colors that come from it.
Warhol & Hitchcock
Photos, Famous, Art, Alfredhitchcock, Alfred Hitchcock, Andywarhol, People, Andy Warhol, Photography
Rare Vintage Photographs of Famous People Hanging Out Together Andy Warhol and Alfred Hitchcock
#AndyWarhol and #AlfredHitchcock Photo by Jill Krementz
Andy Warhol and Alfred Hitchcock. #art #artists #cinema #portrait #portraiture #celebrities #hangingout #blackandwhite #monochrome #photography #photo
Music, This Man, Happy Birthday, The Smith, Patricks Morrissey, Baby Boys, Steven Patricks, Beautiful People, Charms Man
The Smiths - Patrick Morrissey
Happy Birthday you beautiful man. Steven Patrick Morrissey.
This Charming Man
Morrissey - too bad he's a total dick because I love his music.
Steven Patrick Morrissey--------Why am I so attracted to this man?????
Fly Circus, Amazing Monty, Film Call, Michael Palin, Python Fly, Monty Python, Palin Monty, Itsmonti Python, Complete Difference
Michael Palin (Monty Python)
I worked with Michael on a film called "A Private Function." One of the sweetest men you could ever meet. He did the whole parrot routine for the guy who came in with room service.
Paul Smith icon stripes
Single greatest picture ever. Heath Ledger skate boarding over Christian Bale while they take a break on set of TDKR
Skateboards, Dark Night, Jokers Batman, Christian Bale, The Jokers, Take A Breaking, Movie, Dark Knights, Heath Ledger
Heath Ledger Christian Bale The Joker Batman The Dark Knight
Heath Ledger, as The Joker, skate-boards over Christian Bale, as Batman, as they take a break on the set of The Dark Night.
'Let the fire fall!': Yosemite waterfall turns to lava as sun and earth align Read more: www.smh.com.au/...
Yosemite National Parks, Favorite Places, Sun Ray, Nature, Horsetail Fall, Lava, Sunsets, Waterfall, Travel
Horsetail Falls- Mid-February sunsets in Yosemite National Park lights a natural firefall from Glacier Point illuminating one of the park's lesser-known waterfalls so precisely that it resembles molten lava
Yosemite National Park's Horsetail Fall is lit up by the sun's rays, creating the illusion that the water flowing down is lava or fire... is called a 'firefall.' : Bethany Gediman, NPS Horsetail Fall only flows in the winter and early spring, fed by sun-warmed snowmelt. As the narrow waterfall drops over El Capitan, the sun's last rays, called alpenglow, appear to light the water on fire. The angle of the sun only creates these "firefall" conditions for about two weeks at the end of Feb. 2/14
California springtime usually brings spectacular, fiery displays of flowers and flowing waterfalls, but this year's drought is putting a damper on the state's natural wonders. At Yosemite National Park, the ongoing drought dried up waterfalls earlier this month, including flaming Horsetail Fall. Photographers travel from around the world to the park in February to try and capture Horsetail Fall glowing in the setting sun.[Full Story: California's Springtime Wonders Struck by Drought]
Australian designer Marc Newson has placed his golden touch on everything from clothing to aircrafts, and now he has unleashed what may be his most awesome creation ever - the Riva Aquariva.
Chris Crafts, Marc Newson, Home Crafts, Water Sports, Vintage Boats, Luxury Yachts, Wedding Beautiful, Crafts Painting, Riva Aquariva
Aquariva, the new luxury yacht designed by Marc Newson for Riva, was launched at the 36th edition of Artefiera, the historical art fair in Bologna in 2012. The project was inspired by La Dolce Vita of the 1950s and 1960s, and is the result of a project undertaken by Newson, Riva and their official designers, Officina Italiana Design, to reinterpret the Aquariva pleasure boat.
can't decide between a Riva or a Chris Craft :/
Jane Thomas, 58, captures the incredible patterns which form in soapy water before it is blown through an ordinary bubble wand. She said: "One day I noticed the flat soapy films across the squares of the grid inside a grill pan. "I don't think I'd ever noticed their tiny colourful patterns before and it struck me they'd make a good subject. "I couldn't wait to get the camera out, that's when the mania for bubbles came about."
Ordinary Bubbles, Incredibles Pattern, Grilled Pan, Jane Thomas, Flats Soapy, Colours Pattern, Grid Inside, Couldn T Wait, Bubbles Wands
Paolo Pellegrin of Italy, a Magnum Photos photographer working for Zeit Magazin, has won the second prize General News Stories with the "Tsunami aftermath" series. The devastating 9.0-magnitude earthquake that hit the northeast coast of Japan triggered hugely destructive tsunami waves of up to 38 meters that struck Japan traveling up to ten kilometers inland. More than 28,000 people are dead or missing and more than 125,000 buildings destroyed or severely damaged. Photo: Paolo Pellegrin of Italy
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2012 World Press Photo Contest Winners - 2nd Prize General News Stories: Tsunami aftermath, Japan, April 14, 2011. (Paolo Pellegrin/Magnum Photos/Zeit Magazin)
Award winner of news photography
World Press Photo Contest 2012 2nd prize in General News stories. One of 12 photos by Paolo Pellegrin. "The devastating 9.0-magnitude earthquake that his the northeast coast of Japan triggered hugely destructive tsunami waves of up to 38 meters that struck Japan traveling up to ten kilometers inland..."
Jenny E. Ross of the U.S. has won the first prize Nature Singles with this picture of a male polar bear climbing precariously on the face of a cliff above the ocean at Ostrova Oranskie in northern Novaya Zemlya, Russia June 30, 2011, attempting to feed on seabird eggs. This bear was marooned on land and unable to feed on seals--its normal prey--because sea ice had melted throughout the region and receded far to the north as a result of climate change. Photo: Jenny E. Ross of the U.S.
Eggs, Polar Bears, Nature, Penguins Parties, The Face, The Ocean, Press Photos, Bears Climbing, Climate Change
Jenny E Ross of the US has won the 1st prize in the Nature Singles category of the World Press photo contest 2011 with this picture. It shows a male polar bear climbing precariously on the face of a cliff above the ocean at Ostrova Oranskie in northern Novaya Zemlya, Russia, attempting to feed on seabird eggs. This bear was marooned on land and unable to feed on seals - its normal prey - because sea ice had melted throughout the region and receded far to the north as a result of climate change.
A polar bear crashing a penguin party
What Music looks like as an object. sydney.concretepl...
Miles Davis, Painting Splashes, Martin Klimas, Pop Music, Jackson Pollock, Speakers, Painting Photography, Splish Splashes, Colors Splashes
Painting with sound: Like a 3-D take on Jackson Pollock, the latest work by the artist Martin Klimas begins with splatters of paint in fuchsia, teal and lime green, positioned on a scrim over the diaphragm of a speaker. Then the volume is turned up. For each image, Klimas selects music — typically something dynamic and percussive, like Karlheinz Stockhausen, Miles Davis or Kraftwerk — and the vibration of the speaker sends the paint aloft in patterns that reveal themselves through the lens of his Hasselblad.
paint photography using speakers
Photos of paint splashes in mid-air by Martin Klimas show what music looks like. Miles Davis, "Bitches Brew
Pop music nerd
Hand cut paper map of Paris