Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair

sometimes peace is hard to find, and sometimes its right in front of you.

museum of contemporary art (MACBA)—barcelona, spain (1992-95)
architect: richard meier

Marcus Sandeman - Their Last Supper      Paintings: Acrylics, Gold Leaf on Canvas

NASA satellite sees big new Antarctic iceberg starting to move away from the continent.
This MODIS image taken by NASA’s Aqua satellite on Nov. 10, 2013, shows an iceberg that was part of the Pine Island Glacier and is now separating from the Antarctica continent.  What appears to be a connection point on the top left portion of the iceberg is actually ice debris floating in the water.

The Enchanted Valley by j.vanhoy on Flickr.

A photo I took while overseas, I’m pretty sure this was in Italy at one of the highest towns, but I can’t remember what it’s called. Being above the fog but was amazing but made it difficult for me to capture just how high it was.

Fight your Fear with Five Shark Facts:
1: Approximately 3.17 sharks are killed by humans every second while only less than 6 humans are killed by sharks every year. 
2: Sharks are relatively high in the food chain and keep populations of prey in check. 
3: Sharks have roamed the ocean for almost 400 million years, even before the dinosaurs. 
4: Your chances of encountering a Shark is very rare. You are more likely to get struck with lightning than to encounter a Shark.
5: Sharks are a slow growing species that don’t breed often. They are vulnerable to extinction.
Sharks have a bad rep above the ocean. Their creepy grins, appetite for meat and sharp teeth make it hard to appreciate them. While it may seem like they are out to get us, sharks are a magnificent species that need to be protected.
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Brand New | Moshi Moshi (acoustic)

I’ll come back a ghost if I can haunt you and float around your room. What do I do when you get close? If I kiss your neck, would you slit my throat?

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