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llafoutboy:

llafoutboy:

man fuck your shower/sink fandom

I present to you

the staircase fandom

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K SO THIS ONE IS LIKE A FUKEN TREE RIGHT

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IF YOU DONT THINK THIS IS THE DOPEST SHIT, GET OUT OF MY FACE NOW

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PHYSICS

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THIS ONES MADE OUT OF SKATEBOARDS, YA KNOW, IF YOU’RE INTO THAT

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STRIPPER STIARCASE POLE O K AND TBH ITS RLLY PRETTY

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I LIKE THE SPIRALY ONES

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HOMO SEX U ALI TY

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K THIS ONE IS A STAIRCASE, AND A SLIDE

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MOTHER

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FUCKING

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STAIRCASES

only 13 people in the staircase fandom? I neeD AN ARMY

36 Things You Obviously Need In Your New Home

beben-eleben:

A Fire Pit IN THE POOL

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A Door That Turns into a Ping-Pong Table

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Chilled Produce Drawers in the Kitchen

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A Wine Cellar Trap Door

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 A Sleepover Room

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A Door Handle That Automatically Turns Off Electricity and Gas When You Leave

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A Swing-Set Dining Table

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A Built-In TV for the Bathtub

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A Glass-Encased Fireplace

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 A Loft Hammock

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A Hot Tub That Flows from the Inside to Outside

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A Huge Round Bedroom Window

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A Stained-Glass Door

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A Library Staircase/Slide

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A Bone-Shaped Pool for Your Dog

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likeafieldmouse:

Olafur Eliasson - The Weather Project (2003)
“Representations of the sun and sky dominate the expanse of Turbine Hall. A fine mist permeates the space, as if creeping in from the environment outside. Throughout the day, the mist accumulates into faint, cloud-like formations, before dissipating across the space. 
At the far end of the hall is a giant semi-circular form made of hundreds of mono-frequency lamps. 
Generally used in street lighting, mono-frequency lamps emit light at such a narrow frequency that colors other than yellow and black are invisible, thus transforming the visual field around the sun into a vast duotone landscape.”
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likeafieldmouse:

Olafur Eliasson - The Weather Project (2003)
“Representations of the sun and sky dominate the expanse of Turbine Hall. A fine mist permeates the space, as if creeping in from the environment outside. Throughout the day, the mist accumulates into faint, cloud-like formations, before dissipating across the space. 
At the far end of the hall is a giant semi-circular form made of hundreds of mono-frequency lamps. 
Generally used in street lighting, mono-frequency lamps emit light at such a narrow frequency that colors other than yellow and black are invisible, thus transforming the visual field around the sun into a vast duotone landscape.”
Zoom Info
likeafieldmouse:

Olafur Eliasson - The Weather Project (2003)
“Representations of the sun and sky dominate the expanse of Turbine Hall. A fine mist permeates the space, as if creeping in from the environment outside. Throughout the day, the mist accumulates into faint, cloud-like formations, before dissipating across the space. 
At the far end of the hall is a giant semi-circular form made of hundreds of mono-frequency lamps. 
Generally used in street lighting, mono-frequency lamps emit light at such a narrow frequency that colors other than yellow and black are invisible, thus transforming the visual field around the sun into a vast duotone landscape.”
Zoom Info

likeafieldmouse:

Olafur Eliasson - The Weather Project (2003)

“Representations of the sun and sky dominate the expanse of Turbine Hall. A fine mist permeates the space, as if creeping in from the environment outside. Throughout the day, the mist accumulates into faint, cloud-like formations, before dissipating across the space. 

At the far end of the hall is a giant semi-circular form made of hundreds of mono-frequency lamps. 

Generally used in street lighting, mono-frequency lamps emit light at such a narrow frequency that colors other than yellow and black are invisible, thus transforming the visual field around the sun into a vast duotone landscape.”

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

quazza:

powerburial:

nik-ohh:

apogeesystem:

maladicta:

ryangoodtimes:

wolfdancer:

Fire glass produces more heat than real wood, and also is environmentally friendly. There is no smoke, it’s odorless and doesn’t produce ash. You are able to stay toasty warm without cutting down trees and the specially formulated glass crystals give off no toxic deposit.

Holy shit it really exists

main benefit: it looks a lot like sorcery 

so does this mean shangri la really exists or

science is coming full circle and turning into magic 

*snaps fingers with two pieces of fire glass on index finger and thumb to produce fire* magic has always been science

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thedailywhat:

Create Your Own “Bokeh” Photographs

Here’s a cool trick you can try out with your SLR camera. All you need is a large aperture lens (ex: 50mm / F1.8) and a sheet of opaque paper or cardboard. The out-of-focus dots that you see in theimage are known as “Bokeh,” a term which is derived from the Japanese word meaning “blur.”

1) Create a fake lens hood with the paperboard by cutting out a hole in the shape of your choice.

2) Place the hood over the lens and see how it looks through the viewfinder.

3) Set your camera to its lowest aperture value or bulb exposure. Have fun!

trevoycana:

showslow:

Ontario, Canada-based photographer Matt Molloy recently created a gorgeous series of sky images by stacking multiple photos onto one. The individual photos are most often taken from the timelapses he shoots. The final photo has a stunning painterly effect, almost as if someone had taken a paintbrush to the sky and smeared its beautiful colors.

When asked at 500px how many photos it took to create the one seen above, he replied, “I’m not exactly sure, but I used hundreds of photos to create this one image.”

(Via).

Probably one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen. Just wow.

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