the-gasoline-station:

Foggy Dubai II
Skyscrapers emerge through a blanket of fog and cloud in Dubai as seen from the top of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa
Picture: Bjoern Lauen / Barcroft Media
Source: The Telegraph
Foggy Dubai I Here

the-gasoline-station:

Foggy Dubai II

Skyscrapers emerge through a blanket of fog and cloud in Dubai as seen from the top of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa

Picture: Bjoern Lauen / Barcroft Media

Source: The Telegraph

Foggy Dubai I Here

DRUNKEN PHILOSOPHERS

cloudzwatching:

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Drunken Philosophers - Nathan Moshe Geller

Syracuse University (Jimenez Lai)



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archatlas:

Scottish Landscapes John Moore

catmota:

Brooklyn Bridge ou Le Pont de Brooklyn  (1915)
Albert Gleizes

catmota:

Brooklyn Bridge ou Le Pont de Brooklyn  (1915)

Albert Gleizes

architectural-review:

flying foundations // claustrophobic superimposing

architectural-review:

flying foundations // claustrophobic superimposing

urbalize:

Lu Xinjian has a background in design, urban planning, and architecture. He has jumped from teaching back to creating illustrations, which begin with a series of paintings based on Google earth images. Most recently he has worked on colorful abstractions which interpret city plans.

urbalize:

Lu Xinjian has a background in design, urban planning, and architecture. He has jumped from teaching back to creating illustrations, which begin with a series of paintings based on Google earth images. Most recently he has worked on colorful abstractions which interpret city plans.


the-gasoline-station:

Burning Man 2014

Pictures: Jim Urquhart/Reuters

Source: The Atlantic In Focus

enochliew:

Graphics by Arenas Basabe Palacios

spaceplasma:

Planets of Our Solar System

Our solar system officially has eight planets and one star: the Sun. The discovery of an object larger than Pluto in 2005 rekindled the debate over whether such objects, belonging to the Kuiper Belt – a collection of icy bodies located beyond Neptune – should be called planets. Pluto and other large members of the Kuiper Belt are now considered “dwarf planets.”

Planet facts: space-facts.com