newyorker:

Evan Osnos on Ian Teh’s photographs of Chinese landscapes:

“It might be tempting to see Teh’s work as a retreat from our moment, a search for timelessness. That would be a mistake. This series is an alarm, an announcement of terrible beauty, heralding the advancing threat that we pose to our planet.”

Photographs by Ian Teh.

The ocean will always have waves; I just have to learn to swim through them for a bit longer.

―Oliver Nolau

  

M∆YBE YES

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libutron:

“Waterlily Square”  |  ©Bhagvati Nath
Contemporary painting - Watercolor (2011)

libutron:

“Waterlily Square”  |  ©Bhagvati Nath

Contemporary painting - Watercolor (2011)

Out of the blue, into your blue eyes.

Vasantha Yogananthan - La Traversée

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milczem.

- "Where are you going?"
- "I don’t know," I said, "just out of here. Out of here, nothing else, it’s the only way I can reach my goal."
- "So, you know your goal?" he asked.
- "Yes," I replied. "I’ve just told you. Out of here — that’s my goal."
I need a life that isn’t just about needing to escape my life.

Rachel Garrard

Silhouettes - Body Systems (2013)

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