Kaleidoscope Candy
eye-dazzling confections du jour
Kaleidoscope Candy
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1880s:

Jean-Léon Gérôme: The Black Poet (1888)
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fleurdulys:

Almee, an Egyptian Dancer - Gunnar Berndtson
1883
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johnnysevereweather:

Snow in Charlotte, NC!! 
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awkwardsituationist:

brazil’s yacare caiman was once hunted to near extinction for its valuable skin, but thanks to a global ban on the trade, its home in the pantanal — the world’s largest wetland, situated along along the paraguay river — now supports the world’s largest population of crocodiles. the caiman, however, face new threats: deforestation, dams, tourism, mining and seaport development.
photos by luciano candisani, who notes that the caiman are neither aggressive nor fearful but, for the most part, approachable - especially when busy with the shoal fish seen here in the pantanal’s shallow, murky waters.
awkwardsituationist:

brazil’s yacare caiman was once hunted to near extinction for its valuable skin, but thanks to a global ban on the trade, its home in the pantanal — the world’s largest wetland, situated along along the paraguay river — now supports the world’s largest population of crocodiles. the caiman, however, face new threats: deforestation, dams, tourism, mining and seaport development.
photos by luciano candisani, who notes that the caiman are neither aggressive nor fearful but, for the most part, approachable - especially when busy with the shoal fish seen here in the pantanal’s shallow, murky waters.
awkwardsituationist:

brazil’s yacare caiman was once hunted to near extinction for its valuable skin, but thanks to a global ban on the trade, its home in the pantanal — the world’s largest wetland, situated along along the paraguay river — now supports the world’s largest population of crocodiles. the caiman, however, face new threats: deforestation, dams, tourism, mining and seaport development.
photos by luciano candisani, who notes that the caiman are neither aggressive nor fearful but, for the most part, approachable - especially when busy with the shoal fish seen here in the pantanal’s shallow, murky waters.
awkwardsituationist:

brazil’s yacare caiman was once hunted to near extinction for its valuable skin, but thanks to a global ban on the trade, its home in the pantanal — the world’s largest wetland, situated along along the paraguay river — now supports the world’s largest population of crocodiles. the caiman, however, face new threats: deforestation, dams, tourism, mining and seaport development.
photos by luciano candisani, who notes that the caiman are neither aggressive nor fearful but, for the most part, approachable - especially when busy with the shoal fish seen here in the pantanal’s shallow, murky waters.
awkwardsituationist:

brazil’s yacare caiman was once hunted to near extinction for its valuable skin, but thanks to a global ban on the trade, its home in the pantanal — the world’s largest wetland, situated along along the paraguay river — now supports the world’s largest population of crocodiles. the caiman, however, face new threats: deforestation, dams, tourism, mining and seaport development.
photos by luciano candisani, who notes that the caiman are neither aggressive nor fearful but, for the most part, approachable - especially when busy with the shoal fish seen here in the pantanal’s shallow, murky waters.
awkwardsituationist:

brazil’s yacare caiman was once hunted to near extinction for its valuable skin, but thanks to a global ban on the trade, its home in the pantanal — the world’s largest wetland, situated along along the paraguay river — now supports the world’s largest population of crocodiles. the caiman, however, face new threats: deforestation, dams, tourism, mining and seaport development.
photos by luciano candisani, who notes that the caiman are neither aggressive nor fearful but, for the most part, approachable - especially when busy with the shoal fish seen here in the pantanal’s shallow, murky waters.
awkwardsituationist:

brazil’s yacare caiman was once hunted to near extinction for its valuable skin, but thanks to a global ban on the trade, its home in the pantanal — the world’s largest wetland, situated along along the paraguay river — now supports the world’s largest population of crocodiles. the caiman, however, face new threats: deforestation, dams, tourism, mining and seaport development.
photos by luciano candisani, who notes that the caiman are neither aggressive nor fearful but, for the most part, approachable - especially when busy with the shoal fish seen here in the pantanal’s shallow, murky waters.
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jenniferabae:

Spirograph Doodling
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oxane:

Pipes of old by - Hob -
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dreamclothes:

LANVIN
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thecraziethewizard:

by Jeremiah Probodanu
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Stunning patterns created by artist Mikhail Sadovnikov 

Stunning patterns created by artist Mikhail Sadovnikov 

Stunning patterns created by artist Mikhail Sadovnikov 

Stunning patterns created by artist Mikhail Sadovnikov 

Stunning patterns created by artist Mikhail Sadovnikov 

Stunning patterns created by artist Mikhail Sadovnikov 

Stunning patterns created by artist Mikhail Sadovnikov 

Stunning patterns created by artist Mikhail Sadovnikov 
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mudwerks:

(via The Golden Age: Virginia Sterrett ~ 1900-1931 ~ Arabian Nights 1928)
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myidealhome:

add a vibrant pop of color (via Elleinterior.se)
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Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia by night"When the night comes, the starry sky reflects on its surface like in a mirror, and you have the feeling of being in space."

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia by night"When the night comes, the starry sky reflects on its surface like in a mirror, and you have the feeling of being in space."
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steampunktendencies:

The Armour-Stiner House, also known as the Carmer Octagon House, Irvington, NY — a unique octagon-shaped and domed Victorian style house built in 1859-1860 by financier Paul J. Armour. Photo : Csouza
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The Armour-Stiner House, also known as the Carmer Octagon House, Irvington, NY — a unique octagon-shaped and domed Victorian style house built in 1859-1860 by financier Paul J. Armour. Photo : Csouza