Patty & Cocoa bread
Jamaican, queue poster, Like button addict.
Patty & Cocoa bread
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cleromancy:

#i can’t decide if this bus is being supportive or threatening me
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urhajos:

Psychedelic Russian Salt Mines
urhajos:

Psychedelic Russian Salt Mines
urhajos:

Psychedelic Russian Salt Mines
urhajos:

Psychedelic Russian Salt Mines
urhajos:

Psychedelic Russian Salt Mines
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supersonicart:

Matthew Simmonds.
These breathtaking sculptures are carved right out of the rock by artist Matthew Simmonds and they’ve really left me in awe.  See more below!
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supersonicart:

Matthew Simmonds.
These breathtaking sculptures are carved right out of the rock by artist Matthew Simmonds and they’ve really left me in awe.  See more below!
Read More
supersonicart:

Matthew Simmonds.
These breathtaking sculptures are carved right out of the rock by artist Matthew Simmonds and they’ve really left me in awe.  See more below!
Read More
supersonicart:

Matthew Simmonds.
These breathtaking sculptures are carved right out of the rock by artist Matthew Simmonds and they’ve really left me in awe.  See more below!
Read More
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txchnologist:

It’s a drill that shoots frickin’ laser beams 
by Michael Keller
And it was built by a company called Foro Energy with funding assistance from the Department of Energy’s advanced research projects agency, ARPA-E. The agency says the innovation makes drilling for petroleum and geothermal sources of energy faster and cheaper.
Foro engineers overcame major physical obstacles to make their high-powered lasers. They can now deliver laser energy through fiber optic cable over long distances because they figured out how to counter an effect called stimulated Brillouin scattering. This physics problem occurs when the electric field of a high-energy laser triggers vibrations in the fiber that interfere with the movement of photons. The vibrations cause the photons to scatter, often back in the direction from which they traveled. 
See the video below.
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txchnologist:

It’s a drill that shoots frickin’ laser beams 
by Michael Keller
And it was built by a company called Foro Energy with funding assistance from the Department of Energy’s advanced research projects agency, ARPA-E. The agency says the innovation makes drilling for petroleum and geothermal sources of energy faster and cheaper.
Foro engineers overcame major physical obstacles to make their high-powered lasers. They can now deliver laser energy through fiber optic cable over long distances because they figured out how to counter an effect called stimulated Brillouin scattering. This physics problem occurs when the electric field of a high-energy laser triggers vibrations in the fiber that interfere with the movement of photons. The vibrations cause the photons to scatter, often back in the direction from which they traveled. 
See the video below.
Read More
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senseorsensuality:

Medusa-WIP by bigmac996
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"An unhealthy mind, even in a healthy body, will ultimately destroy health."
Manly P. Hall  (via fawun)
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freshfoam:

Art Work by Branislav
freshfoam:

Art Work by Branislav
freshfoam:

Art Work by Branislav
freshfoam:

Art Work by Branislav
freshfoam:

Art Work by Branislav
freshfoam:

Art Work by Branislav
freshfoam:

Art Work by Branislav
freshfoam:

Art Work by Branislav
freshfoam:

Art Work by Branislav
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