virginiamori:

in September my drawings will be published in Spain thanks to El Verano del Cohete

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August

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#Virginia Mori


Zhang Xiao, Coastline

Zhang Xiao, Coastline

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August

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#Zhang Xiao

photogmundane:

Osamu Yokonami

photogmundane:

Osamu Yokonami

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August

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#Osamu Yokonami

Kunihito-miki

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August

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#kunihito-miki

stevemccurrystudios:

STEP BY STEP

“Walking … is how the body measures itself against the earth.” - Rebecca Solnit, Wanderlust: A History of Walking

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August

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#babyyyyy #OTP #TaeNy 5Ever #Taeyeon #Tiffany

inaclearing:

from Hothouse, by Reinaldo Loureiro

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August

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#Reinaldo Loureiro #inaclearing

patrickjoust:

Allentown, PA
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Bessa R3A and Voigtlander Nokton 40mm f/1.4 SCKodak Gold 400

patrickjoust:

Allentown, PA

Bessa R3A and Voigtlander Nokton 40mm f/1.4 SC

Kodak Gold 400

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August

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#patrickjoust #Patrick Joust

history-and-shit:

The Battle of Borodino was the largest and bloodiest single-day action of the French invasion of Russia and the Napoleonic Wars, involving more than 250,000 troops and resulting in at least 70,000 casualties. The French Grande Armée under Emperor Napoleon I attacked the Imperial Russian Army of General Mikhail Kutuzov near the village of Borodino, west of the town of Mozhaysk, and eventually captured the main positions on the battlefield, but failed to destroy the Russian army despite inflicting, as well as suffering, heavy losses. About a third of Napoleon’s soldiers were killed or wounded. Russian losses were heavy, but casualties could be replaced since large forces of militia were already with the Russian Army and replacement depots, which were close by, had already been gathering and training troops.

The battle itself ended with the Russian Army out of position. The state of exhaustion of the French forces and lack of information on the Russian Army’s condition led Napoleon to remain on the battlefield with his army instead of the forced pursuit that had marked other campaigns that he had conducted in the past. Napoleon’s Imperial Guard was completely intact and available to his disposition. In refusing to commit the Guard he lost his one chance to destroy the Russian army.The battle at Borodino was a pivotal point in the campaign, as it was the last offensive action fought by Napoleon in Russia. By withdrawing, the Russian army preserved its combat strength, eventually leaving Napoleon no option other than retreat.

Historical reports of the battle differed significantly depending on whether they originated from supporters of the French or Russian side. Factional fighting among senior officers within each army also led to conflicting accounts and disagreements over the roles of particular officers.

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August

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#The Battle of Borodino #History and Shit

sarahnb:

One of the last projects I did this year was a project with the Woodland Trust. The theme was ‘unearthed’, and we showed the photos in a pop-up exhibition in Heartwood Forest in Hertfordshire. 

I decided to try the idea of burying film again, and it was much more interesting than last time I tried it, I think because I left it buried for longer and had the use of a much better film scanner to pick up the detail. 

This was my final print and the handout I made for the exhibition explaining the idea. 

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August

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#Sarah Bennet #Woodland Trust #sarahnb #Battling Blight

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