Tatiana Plakhova and Leandro Sanchez - Another California
“Photographer Leandro Sanchez captures unique visuals of flooded beaches in Southern California and deep desert that only a few human beings will ever see, to them unite forces with Tatiana Plakhova and her extraordinary delicate designs.”
“Thou hast made me, and shall thy work decay?
Repair me now, for now mine end doth haste;
I run to death, and death meets me as fast,
And all my pleasures are like yesterday.
I dare not move my dim eyes any way,
Despair behind, and death before doth cast
Such terror, and my feeble flesh doth waste
By sin in it, which it towards hell doth weigh.
Only thou art above, and when towards thee
By thy leave I can look, I rise again;
But our old subtle foe so tempteth me
That not one hour myself I can sustain.
Thy grace may wing me to prevent his art,
And thou like adamant draw mine iron heart.”
— Holy Sonnet, John Donne (published 1633)
What Makes Up the Moon
In 1992, the Jupiter-bound Galileo spacecraft made a pass by our planet’s closest companion, the moon. This mosaic of 53 images shows the different composition of rocks on the moon’s surface. Blue and orange colors represent lava flows, bright pink areas are highlands, and light blue colors indicate recent impact material with the youngest craters showing blue rays extending away from them.
GRAVEYARD SCULPTURES IN MILAN
Graveyard sculpture portraiture in Monumentale, the historical cemetery of Milan.
Milan-based photographer Mattia Mognetti (facebook / behance) - “I really love to spend there some spare time, such an inspiring and quiet place..these are a few works from a new series”
[ previously here ]
Gil Scott-Heron - Me and the Devil, I’m New Here (2010)