Fresh Tea
Curated at my leisure.
Fresh Tea
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ryandonato:

Ryan Donato
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Joan Mitchell. L’école Buissonnière, ca. 1959. Oil on canvas. 68.6 x 66 cm.
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
Promised gift of Susan and Larry Marx.
©Estate of Joan Mitchell.
Photograph by Jason Dewey
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My! What have we here?
gaksdesigns:

Largest Raft Of Canoes and Kayaks In The World. On September 24, 2011, over 2,200 paddlers showed up on the shores of the central Adirondack town of Inlet, New York (population, 400) to set a new Guinness World Record previously held by 1,619 boats in Pittsburgh. The official tally was 1,902 boats, forming the largest raft of canoes/kayaks in the world.
My! What have we here?
gaksdesigns:

Largest Raft Of Canoes and Kayaks In The World. On September 24, 2011, over 2,200 paddlers showed up on the shores of the central Adirondack town of Inlet, New York (population, 400) to set a new Guinness World Record previously held by 1,619 boats in Pittsburgh. The official tally was 1,902 boats, forming the largest raft of canoes/kayaks in the world.
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gaksdesigns:

Paint Dropped In Water by Mark Mawson
gaksdesigns:

Paint Dropped In Water by Mark Mawson
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cjwho:

architectual photography by nick frank
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abstracthinker:

Remnants at the Piazza - Cortona Series
Original Artwork: Patricia Oblack
http://patriciaoblack.com   http://www.ugallery.com/patricia-oblack
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Study for Iridescent Interpretation (1912) by Giacomo Balla.
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visually-pleasing:

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japanlove:

untitled by *dapple dapple on Flickr.
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1993-2012:

Mary meets the clown (por - Cristina B)
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jaymug:

Spray Can by Julien Vallée
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stop-the-helloworld:

055
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somewhereintheworldtoday:

Ice lanterns were a winter-time tradition in northeast China during the Qing Dynasty as the area bears the brunt of the cold winter wind from Siberia with average temperatures as low as -16.8C. The local peasants and fishermen often made ice lanterns to use at night during the winter months and now every year for most of January huge ice blocks are carved into sculptures and buildings to create a glittering Ice and Snow World. As night falls, the gigantic sculptures are illuminated up in a spectrum of colours.
More on the Harbin International Ice and Snow Lantern festival by Somewhere in the world today…
Picture: Harbin Snow & Ice Festival by Trent Strohm on flickr
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yearslater:

Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ (by Stupie)
[new fav exhibit]