Ian Spence

Ian Spence

Posts tagged “Art”

West Kiewa Tunnel by RichardWrightson on Flickr.

West Kiewa Tunnel by RichardWrightson on Flickr.

These boots are made for walkin’ by glukorizon http://flic.kr/p/hhLzmx

These boots are made for walkin’ by glukorizon http://flic.kr/p/hhLzmx

Flightscape 142 by My Daily Sublime http://flic.kr/p/gp6QBN

Flightscape 142 by My Daily Sublime http://flic.kr/p/gp6QBN

thekhooll:

Wuchang
Amazing photographs of Wuchang Railway Station in China by QinZong. 
thekhooll:

Wuchang
Amazing photographs of Wuchang Railway Station in China by QinZong. 

thekhooll:

Wuchang

Amazing photographs of Wuchang Railway Station in China by QinZong. 

ruineshumaines:

Robby Cavanaugh | On Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

Robby Cavanaugh | On Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

Robby Cavanaugh | On Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

Robby Cavanaugh | On Tumblr.
ruineshumaines:

Robby Cavanaugh | On Tumblr.
visionitaliane:

Castel Lamberto, Alto Adige Südtirol, Italy visionitaliane.etsy.com

visionitaliane:

Castel Lamberto, Alto Adige Südtirol, Italy visionitaliane.etsy.com

aquaticwonder:

Roar of the Sea
aquaticwonder:

Roar of the Sea
aquaticwonder:

Roar of the Sea
aquaticwonder:

Roar of the Sea
aquaticwonder:

Roar of the Sea

Spectacular Photos of Lava

Spectacular Photos of Lava

Spectacular Photos of Lava

Spectacular Photos of Lava

Spectacular Photos of Lava

Spectacular Photos of Lava
artandopinion:

A Fairy Waving her Magic Wand Across A Stormy Sea
Amelia Jane Murray

artandopinion:

A Fairy Waving her Magic Wand Across A Stormy Sea

Amelia Jane Murray

photojojo:

Chameleons aren’t easy to spot, but Wilma Hurskainen found a couple!
Chameleon Portraits 
photojojo:

Chameleons aren’t easy to spot, but Wilma Hurskainen found a couple!
Chameleon Portraits 

photojojo:

Chameleons aren’t easy to spot, but Wilma Hurskainen found a couple!

Chameleon Portraits 

ryandonato:

Benoit Paillé
thefader:

JEDDAH DIARY: A PHOTO ESSAY
Olivia Arthur teaches and photographs women in Saudi Arabia.

thefader:

JEDDAH DIARY: A PHOTO ESSAY

Olivia Arthur teaches and photographs women in Saudi Arabia.

ianbrooks:

Happy Mayan Non-Apocalypse by Dan Schlitzkus

Artist:  Website  (via: io9)

ianbrooks:

Happy Mayan Non-Apocalypse by Dan Schlitzkus

Artist: Website (via: io9)

arpeggia:

Photography by Brian Yen
arpeggia:

Photography by Brian Yen
arpeggia:

Photography by Brian Yen

arpeggia:

Photography by Brian Yen

actegratuit:

10,000 feet above sea – five months straight – four years in a row. For 600 days Yu Yamauchi lived in a hut near the summit of Mt. Fuji, getting up while it was still dark to photograph the sunrise every day, from the same location. The resulting series, titled “DAWN,” is a stunning look at the colorful, sometimes abstract view of Earth waking up.
The series is on display at Miyako Yoshinaga gallery in New York through November 21, 2012.
actegratuit:

10,000 feet above sea – five months straight – four years in a row. For 600 days Yu Yamauchi lived in a hut near the summit of Mt. Fuji, getting up while it was still dark to photograph the sunrise every day, from the same location. The resulting series, titled “DAWN,” is a stunning look at the colorful, sometimes abstract view of Earth waking up.
The series is on display at Miyako Yoshinaga gallery in New York through November 21, 2012.
actegratuit:

10,000 feet above sea – five months straight – four years in a row. For 600 days Yu Yamauchi lived in a hut near the summit of Mt. Fuji, getting up while it was still dark to photograph the sunrise every day, from the same location. The resulting series, titled “DAWN,” is a stunning look at the colorful, sometimes abstract view of Earth waking up.
The series is on display at Miyako Yoshinaga gallery in New York through November 21, 2012.
actegratuit:

10,000 feet above sea – five months straight – four years in a row. For 600 days Yu Yamauchi lived in a hut near the summit of Mt. Fuji, getting up while it was still dark to photograph the sunrise every day, from the same location. The resulting series, titled “DAWN,” is a stunning look at the colorful, sometimes abstract view of Earth waking up.
The series is on display at Miyako Yoshinaga gallery in New York through November 21, 2012.

actegratuit:

10,000 feet above sea – five months straight – four years in a row. For 600 days Yu Yamauchi lived in a hut near the summit of Mt. Fuji, getting up while it was still dark to photograph the sunrise every day, from the same location. The resulting series, titled “DAWN,” is a stunning look at the colorful, sometimes abstract view of Earth waking up.

The series is on display at Miyako Yoshinaga gallery in New York through November 21, 2012.