dennykelly:

Edited the photo a little bit more.

dennykelly:

Hand-embroidered Self Portrait also known as my first ever attempt at sewing/embroidery

dennykelly:

Trail Reconstruction

For seven minutes, I continuously shot 5 second exposures as I walked to capture the quality of the surrounding light, but abstract the environment itself. I then printed the resulting photos onto acetate, and stacked the photos reconstructing the walk into an abstract form.

mister-nobody:

If you’re hanging on to a rising balloon, you’re presented with a difficult decision — let go before it’s too late or hang on and keep getting higher, posing the question: how long can you keep a grip on the rope? They’re selling hippie wigs in Woolworth’s, man. The greatest decade in the history of mankind is over. And as Presuming Ed here has so consistently pointed out, we have failed to paint it black :: Danny, Withnail & I
mister-nobody:

If you’re hanging on to a rising balloon, you’re presented with a difficult decision — let go before it’s too late or hang on and keep getting higher, posing the question: how long can you keep a grip on the rope? They’re selling hippie wigs in Woolworth’s, man. The greatest decade in the history of mankind is over. And as Presuming Ed here has so consistently pointed out, we have failed to paint it black :: Danny, Withnail & I
mister-nobody:

If you’re hanging on to a rising balloon, you’re presented with a difficult decision — let go before it’s too late or hang on and keep getting higher, posing the question: how long can you keep a grip on the rope? They’re selling hippie wigs in Woolworth’s, man. The greatest decade in the history of mankind is over. And as Presuming Ed here has so consistently pointed out, we have failed to paint it black :: Danny, Withnail & I
mister-nobody:

If you’re hanging on to a rising balloon, you’re presented with a difficult decision — let go before it’s too late or hang on and keep getting higher, posing the question: how long can you keep a grip on the rope? They’re selling hippie wigs in Woolworth’s, man. The greatest decade in the history of mankind is over. And as Presuming Ed here has so consistently pointed out, we have failed to paint it black :: Danny, Withnail & I
mister-nobody:

If you’re hanging on to a rising balloon, you’re presented with a difficult decision — let go before it’s too late or hang on and keep getting higher, posing the question: how long can you keep a grip on the rope? They’re selling hippie wigs in Woolworth’s, man. The greatest decade in the history of mankind is over. And as Presuming Ed here has so consistently pointed out, we have failed to paint it black :: Danny, Withnail & I
mister-nobody:

If you’re hanging on to a rising balloon, you’re presented with a difficult decision — let go before it’s too late or hang on and keep getting higher, posing the question: how long can you keep a grip on the rope? They’re selling hippie wigs in Woolworth’s, man. The greatest decade in the history of mankind is over. And as Presuming Ed here has so consistently pointed out, we have failed to paint it black :: Danny, Withnail & I
mister-nobody:

If you’re hanging on to a rising balloon, you’re presented with a difficult decision — let go before it’s too late or hang on and keep getting higher, posing the question: how long can you keep a grip on the rope? They’re selling hippie wigs in Woolworth’s, man. The greatest decade in the history of mankind is over. And as Presuming Ed here has so consistently pointed out, we have failed to paint it black :: Danny, Withnail & I
mister-nobody:

If you’re hanging on to a rising balloon, you’re presented with a difficult decision — let go before it’s too late or hang on and keep getting higher, posing the question: how long can you keep a grip on the rope? They’re selling hippie wigs in Woolworth’s, man. The greatest decade in the history of mankind is over. And as Presuming Ed here has so consistently pointed out, we have failed to paint it black :: Danny, Withnail & I

mister-nobody:

If you’re hanging on to a rising balloon, you’re presented with a difficult decision — let go before it’s too late or hang on and keep getting higher, posing the question: how long can you keep a grip on the rope? They’re selling hippie wigs in Woolworth’s, man. The greatest decade in the history of mankind is over. And as Presuming Ed here has so consistently pointed out, we have failed to paint it black :: Danny, Withnail & I

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likeafieldmouse:

Guy Laramee - The Cloud of Unknowing: Tribute to Gerhard Richter (2008)
“I have nothing to help me, no idea that I can serve in return for being told what to do, no regulations that tell me how, no belief to show me the way, no image of the future, no construction that I can place on things in order to be given an overriding meaning.”-Gerhard Richter
likeafieldmouse:

Guy Laramee - The Cloud of Unknowing: Tribute to Gerhard Richter (2008)
“I have nothing to help me, no idea that I can serve in return for being told what to do, no regulations that tell me how, no belief to show me the way, no image of the future, no construction that I can place on things in order to be given an overriding meaning.”-Gerhard Richter
likeafieldmouse:

Guy Laramee - The Cloud of Unknowing: Tribute to Gerhard Richter (2008)
“I have nothing to help me, no idea that I can serve in return for being told what to do, no regulations that tell me how, no belief to show me the way, no image of the future, no construction that I can place on things in order to be given an overriding meaning.”-Gerhard Richter

likeafieldmouse:

Guy Laramee - The Cloud of Unknowing: Tribute to Gerhard Richter (2008)

“I have nothing to help me, no idea that I can serve in return for being told what to do, no regulations that tell me how, no belief to show me the way, no image of the future, no construction that I can place on things in order to be given an overriding meaning.”
-Gerhard Richter

bodyfluids:

Nykhor Paul in Nykhor in Bloom for The Lab Magazine #7 June 2013, photographed by Kasia Bielska

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doctorwho:

Good morning European Whovians! In case you didn’t catch last night’s news, let us tell you about a thing:
doctorwho:

Doctor Who: The Next Doctor LIVE television SPECIAL to air THIS SUNDAY on BBC America in the US, BBC One in the UK.
The next Doctor of the hit series Doctor Who will be announced during a live special this Sunday afternoon, August 4, 2:00pm ET/11:00am PT, live on BBC AMERICA and BBC One (7:00pm BST) in the UK.

Widely regarded as one of the most hotly contested roles in British television, the special’s host Zoe Ball will unveil the Twelfth Doctor in the first ever interview in front of a live studio audience.
The half hour show will include live special guests, Doctors old and new, as well as companions and celebrity fans. Current Doctor Matt Smith and lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat will both give interviews in the special.
Steven Moffat says: “The decision is made and the time has come to reveal who’s taking over the TARDIS. For the last of the Time Lords, the clock is striking twelve.”
Matt Smith will make his penultimate appearance in the 50th Anniversary special on Saturday, November 23 and his Eleventh Doctor will regenerate in the Christmas Special.

Just to be clear, here are Sunday’s broadcast times again:

BBC One - 7pm BST
BBC America 2pm EDT, 1pm CDT, 12pm MDT, 11am PDT

Because this show was a secret until today, most local TV listings have yet to be updated. This may change by end of day Friday. If you’re looking to program your DVR, you should consider programming it manually.
There is no news of livestreams or simulcasts in other countries. If anything changes, we will update this blog.
You’ll also find all of the latest news on this blog as well as the BBC Doctor Who site, DoctorWho.tv, Anglophenia Blog, the Doctor Who Facebook page, and the @BBCDoctorWho and @DoctorWho_BBCA accounts on Twitter.
The theme from now through Sunday is now #Who Is 12.
We’ll be blogging all day and night about this from now until Sunday and then livetumbling the Doctor Who: The Next Doctor special live. (We’ll use the tag ‘dw spoilers’.)





doctorwho:

Good morning European Whovians! In case you didn’t catch last night’s news, let us tell you about a thing:
doctorwho:

Doctor Who: The Next Doctor LIVE television SPECIAL to air THIS SUNDAY on BBC America in the US, BBC One in the UK.
The next Doctor of the hit series Doctor Who will be announced during a live special this Sunday afternoon, August 4, 2:00pm ET/11:00am PT, live on BBC AMERICA and BBC One (7:00pm BST) in the UK.

Widely regarded as one of the most hotly contested roles in British television, the special’s host Zoe Ball will unveil the Twelfth Doctor in the first ever interview in front of a live studio audience.
The half hour show will include live special guests, Doctors old and new, as well as companions and celebrity fans. Current Doctor Matt Smith and lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat will both give interviews in the special.
Steven Moffat says: “The decision is made and the time has come to reveal who’s taking over the TARDIS. For the last of the Time Lords, the clock is striking twelve.”
Matt Smith will make his penultimate appearance in the 50th Anniversary special on Saturday, November 23 and his Eleventh Doctor will regenerate in the Christmas Special.

Just to be clear, here are Sunday’s broadcast times again:

BBC One - 7pm BST
BBC America 2pm EDT, 1pm CDT, 12pm MDT, 11am PDT

Because this show was a secret until today, most local TV listings have yet to be updated. This may change by end of day Friday. If you’re looking to program your DVR, you should consider programming it manually.
There is no news of livestreams or simulcasts in other countries. If anything changes, we will update this blog.
You’ll also find all of the latest news on this blog as well as the BBC Doctor Who site, DoctorWho.tv, Anglophenia Blog, the Doctor Who Facebook page, and the @BBCDoctorWho and @DoctorWho_BBCA accounts on Twitter.
The theme from now through Sunday is now #Who Is 12.
We’ll be blogging all day and night about this from now until Sunday and then livetumbling the Doctor Who: The Next Doctor special live. (We’ll use the tag ‘dw spoilers’.)





doctorwho:

Good morning European Whovians! In case you didn’t catch last night’s news, let us tell you about a thing:
doctorwho:

Doctor Who: The Next Doctor LIVE television SPECIAL to air THIS SUNDAY on BBC America in the US, BBC One in the UK.
The next Doctor of the hit series Doctor Who will be announced during a live special this Sunday afternoon, August 4, 2:00pm ET/11:00am PT, live on BBC AMERICA and BBC One (7:00pm BST) in the UK.

Widely regarded as one of the most hotly contested roles in British television, the special’s host Zoe Ball will unveil the Twelfth Doctor in the first ever interview in front of a live studio audience.
The half hour show will include live special guests, Doctors old and new, as well as companions and celebrity fans. Current Doctor Matt Smith and lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat will both give interviews in the special.
Steven Moffat says: “The decision is made and the time has come to reveal who’s taking over the TARDIS. For the last of the Time Lords, the clock is striking twelve.”
Matt Smith will make his penultimate appearance in the 50th Anniversary special on Saturday, November 23 and his Eleventh Doctor will regenerate in the Christmas Special.

Just to be clear, here are Sunday’s broadcast times again:

BBC One - 7pm BST
BBC America 2pm EDT, 1pm CDT, 12pm MDT, 11am PDT

Because this show was a secret until today, most local TV listings have yet to be updated. This may change by end of day Friday. If you’re looking to program your DVR, you should consider programming it manually.
There is no news of livestreams or simulcasts in other countries. If anything changes, we will update this blog.
You’ll also find all of the latest news on this blog as well as the BBC Doctor Who site, DoctorWho.tv, Anglophenia Blog, the Doctor Who Facebook page, and the @BBCDoctorWho and @DoctorWho_BBCA accounts on Twitter.
The theme from now through Sunday is now #Who Is 12.
We’ll be blogging all day and night about this from now until Sunday and then livetumbling the Doctor Who: The Next Doctor special live. (We’ll use the tag ‘dw spoilers’.)





doctorwho:

Good morning European Whovians! In case you didn’t catch last night’s news, let us tell you about a thing:
doctorwho:

Doctor Who: The Next Doctor LIVE television SPECIAL to air THIS SUNDAY on BBC America in the US, BBC One in the UK.
The next Doctor of the hit series Doctor Who will be announced during a live special this Sunday afternoon, August 4, 2:00pm ET/11:00am PT, live on BBC AMERICA and BBC One (7:00pm BST) in the UK.

Widely regarded as one of the most hotly contested roles in British television, the special’s host Zoe Ball will unveil the Twelfth Doctor in the first ever interview in front of a live studio audience.
The half hour show will include live special guests, Doctors old and new, as well as companions and celebrity fans. Current Doctor Matt Smith and lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat will both give interviews in the special.
Steven Moffat says: “The decision is made and the time has come to reveal who’s taking over the TARDIS. For the last of the Time Lords, the clock is striking twelve.”
Matt Smith will make his penultimate appearance in the 50th Anniversary special on Saturday, November 23 and his Eleventh Doctor will regenerate in the Christmas Special.

Just to be clear, here are Sunday’s broadcast times again:

BBC One - 7pm BST
BBC America 2pm EDT, 1pm CDT, 12pm MDT, 11am PDT

Because this show was a secret until today, most local TV listings have yet to be updated. This may change by end of day Friday. If you’re looking to program your DVR, you should consider programming it manually.
There is no news of livestreams or simulcasts in other countries. If anything changes, we will update this blog.
You’ll also find all of the latest news on this blog as well as the BBC Doctor Who site, DoctorWho.tv, Anglophenia Blog, the Doctor Who Facebook page, and the @BBCDoctorWho and @DoctorWho_BBCA accounts on Twitter.
The theme from now through Sunday is now #Who Is 12.
We’ll be blogging all day and night about this from now until Sunday and then livetumbling the Doctor Who: The Next Doctor special live. (We’ll use the tag ‘dw spoilers’.)

doctorwho:

Good morning European Whovians! In case you didn’t catch last night’s news, let us tell you about a thing:

doctorwho:

Doctor Who: The Next Doctor LIVE television SPECIAL to air THIS SUNDAY on BBC America in the US, BBC One in the UK.

The next Doctor of the hit series Doctor Who will be announced during a live special this Sunday afternoon, August 4, 2:00pm ET/11:00am PT, live on BBC AMERICA and BBC One (7:00pm BST) in the UK.

Widely regarded as one of the most hotly contested roles in British television, the special’s host Zoe Ball will unveil the Twelfth Doctor in the first ever interview in front of a live studio audience.

The half hour show will include live special guests, Doctors old and new, as well as companions and celebrity fans. Current Doctor Matt Smith and lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat will both give interviews in the special.

Steven Moffat says: “The decision is made and the time has come to reveal who’s taking over the TARDIS. For the last of the Time Lords, the clock is striking twelve.”

Matt Smith will make his penultimate appearance in the 50th Anniversary special on Saturday, November 23 and his Eleventh Doctor will regenerate in the Christmas Special.

Just to be clear, here are Sunday’s broadcast times again:

BBC One - 7pm BST

BBC America 2pm EDT, 1pm CDT, 12pm MDT, 11am PDT

Because this show was a secret until today, most local TV listings have yet to be updated. This may change by end of day Friday. If you’re looking to program your DVR, you should consider programming it manually.

There is no news of livestreams or simulcasts in other countries. If anything changes, we will update this blog.

You’ll also find all of the latest news on this blog as well as the BBC Doctor Who site, DoctorWho.tv, Anglophenia Blog, the Doctor Who Facebook page, and the @BBCDoctorWho and @DoctorWho_BBCA accounts on Twitter.

The theme from now through Sunday is now #Who Is 12.

We’ll be blogging all day and night about this from now until Sunday and then livetumbling the Doctor Who: The Next Doctor special live. (We’ll use the tag ‘dw spoilers’.)

arpeggia:

Olivier Christinat - La Calice, 1996 (top); L’homme couché, 1996 (bottom)
arpeggia:

Olivier Christinat - La Calice, 1996 (top); L’homme couché, 1996 (bottom)

arpeggia:

Olivier Christinat - La Calice, 1996 (top); L’homme couché, 1996 (bottom)

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