Suren Manvelyan :(Amenia) Your Beautiful Eyes, 2010
Haari Tesla (Illuminated Code From Space) 2014
"Macrocosm and microcosm is an ancient Greek Neo-Platonic schema of seeing the same patterns reproduced in all levels of the cosmos, from the largest scale (macrocosm or universe-level) all the way down to the smallest scale (microcosm or sub-sub-atomic or even metaphysical-level). In the system the midpoint is Man, who summarizes the cosmos.”
Wired Science large and small, hundreds of thousands of craters scar the surface of Mars, hollowed out by a multitude of asteroids and comets that impacted the Red Planet throughout its history. This image shows a region of the planet’s northern hemisphere known as Hephaestus Fossae – after the Greek god of fire – that was imaged by the high-resolution stereo camera on ESA’s Mars Express orbiter on 28 December 2007.
At first glance, you’d assume that these images couldn’t possibly be real. Surprisingly, they are actual mountains in China’s Danxia Landform Geological Park. The incredible colours are the result of layers of sandstone and various minerals, which the mountain range its vivid patterns.
Via Huffington Post
BoraBora: Moodiness, flaccid skin, looking dull, tendency to depression!
MINIFLUX is an exhibition of very small lighting objects disseminated along a luminous route that begins at Roger Tator design gallery. Inside several shop windows, passerby will discover little boxes that serve as mini-galleries containing the works of artists and designers. The variety of artists and projects will provide to a wide audience moments of reflection, contemplation and magic. MINIFLUX is probably the project of the Lyon “Festival of lights” which is the most energy efficient, the consumption of all the projects does not exceed that of a single flashlight.
The claystones were formed and coloured about 120 million years ago in the sediments of the inland sea. Hot springwater must have passed through the holes of the stones, so that iron and maganese compound were able to deposit. The colors were then fixed by atmospheric oxygen and sulphide gas. Thanks nature for this phenomenon.
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Text & pictures by Monja Gentschow
Sam Javanrouh (Toronto based Photographer/Creative Director)
Lunar Eclipse captured on December 21st, 2010 (via)
Inna Gem (The Ocean Inside An Opal)