1. (Source: whiteangelxoxo)

     
  2. 12:35 22nd Feb 2014

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    Reblogged from torace

    Tags: waterseaoceawaves

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    man-and-camera:

Simplicity ➾ Luke Gram

    man-and-camera:

    Simplicity ➾ Luke Gram

     
  3. 06:39 21st Feb 2014

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    Reblogged from film-grain

    Tags: artwavesseaoceanwater

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    (Source: metrodorus)

     
  4. 13:22 19th Feb 2014

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    Reblogged from thingssheloves

    Tags: seashell

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    thingssheloves:

by the sea shore by wild goose chase on Flickr.
     
  5. 14:08 4th Feb 2014

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    Reblogged from wholmesianmisfit

    Tags: sharkswaterseaocean

    femifeisty:

outofthecavern:

malformalady:

Australian scientists have developed a pair of anti-shark wetsuits that make divers appear invisible by camouflaging their bodies in the sea and trick sharks into thinking surfers are poisonous. A team of researchers from the University of Western Australia joined forces with designers from  Shark Attack Mitigation Systems (SAMS) to create the suits. The blue pattern of the Elude suit can’t be seen by the shark because the fish are colour blind. While the stripes on the Diverter suit mimic the colours of poisonous fish to warn the sharks off.

YOU SEE THIS IS FANTASTIC. THIS IS WHAT WE NEED TO DO. NOT KILL SHARKS BECAUSE THEY’RE CURIOUS AND ATTACK US. WE’RE IN THEIR WATERS. WE’RE MAKING THEIR HUNTING GROUNDS SMALLER.

also they look rad as heck
so added bonus

    femifeisty:

    outofthecavern:

    malformalady:

    Australian scientists have developed a pair of anti-shark wetsuits that make divers appear invisible by camouflaging their bodies in the sea and trick sharks into thinking surfers are poisonous. A team of researchers from the University of Western Australia joined forces with designers from  Shark Attack Mitigation Systems (SAMS) to create the suits. The blue pattern of the Elude suit can’t be seen by the shark because the fish are colour blind. While the stripes on the Diverter suit mimic the colours of poisonous fish to warn the sharks off.

    YOU SEE THIS IS FANTASTIC. THIS IS WHAT WE NEED TO DO. NOT KILL SHARKS BECAUSE THEY’RE CURIOUS AND ATTACK US. WE’RE IN THEIR WATERS. WE’RE MAKING THEIR HUNTING GROUNDS SMALLER.

    also they look rad as heck

    so added bonus

     
  6. 10:36 30th Jan 2014

    Notes: 6532

    Reblogged from artchipel

    Tags: artwavessea

    artchipel:

    Ran Ortner (b.1959, USA)

    San Francisco-born artist Ran Ortner’s background as a professional motorcycle racer influenced his interest in art. Drawn to the physicality and energy of motorcycle racing, Ortner later transferred this dynamism into his approach to painting:

    "Water is a manifestation of the multitude of wave energies that surround us, a formless, colorless, tasteless, odorless “billowing solid” (Wallace Stevens), visible to our eye only with the addition of light. A single drop potentially mirrors everything that surrounds it. Water embodies the concept of endlessness, of complexities repeated fractally from one drop to the vast sea. I expose the identity of the ancient body of the ocean with integrity by being hyper-observant to its nature, focusing on the structure, synchronicity, and oscillations of the waves.

    Yet I am interested in conveying how the ocean resonates, rather than depicting it. Constantly moving in a dance that mirrors the tempo of the human body, waves break in time with the beating of our hearts, the in and out of our breaths, like a metronome marking the present moment: now, now. My paintings are about being immersed in this present. For that reason, the horizon and any other reference points are disappeared, a move that detaches my work from the tradition of marine paintings, from Caspar David Friedrich, Turner, the Hudson River. Now we are not a distant observer, but all in.

    How I paint today evolved from the minimalism I practiced for years while making all white panels that echo the reign of space and silence, the sparseness of Rainer Maria Rilke “living the questions.” The courage and emotional complexity of Rembrandt also influence my work, which nevertheless lives in the continuity of Abstract Expressionism. It connects with the luminosity and vastness of Mark Rothko’s transcendent fields of color as well as the vitality and intensity of Jackson Pollock’s drip paintings.

    Each day, in one painting after the next, I attend to an ever deeper engagement and understanding.”

    [more Ran Ortner | artist recommended by loic-arnaud]

     
  7. 14:21 29th Jan 2014

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    Reblogged from appleday

    Tags: landscapeseaocean

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    (Source: 0mnis-e)

     
  8. 14:08

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    Reblogged from simplemovements

    Tags: landscapeseaoceanskymountain

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    (Source: fmako)

     
  9. 08:51 27th Jan 2014

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    Reblogged from thingssheloves

    Tags: gifskullseawavessalt

    vulpeculaa:

mountain-sadist:

finding-peace-w1thin:


Skull in a salt lake

Wow that is the highest quality gif I have ever seen!

It looks like I’m actually there

i want that fucking skull

    vulpeculaa:

    mountain-sadist:

    finding-peace-w1thin:

    Skull in a salt lake

    Wow that is the highest quality gif I have ever seen!

    It looks like I’m actually there

    i want that fucking skull

    (Source: osteo-princess)

     
  10. 20:45 25th Jan 2014

    Notes: 2309

    Reblogged from aquaticwonder

    Tags: sealandscapetorii gate

    aquaticwonder:

The seas of Japan