A gay soldier calls his father shortly after DADT is repealed.
(Father’s dialogue in smaller, italic font above.)
I don’t care that I’ve already reblogged this
Parenting: You’re doing it right.
TELL ME WHY THIS EXISTS OTHER THAN TO HAUNT ME
I MEAN, JESUS CHRIST, SCULPTORS
THE FUCK WERE YOU THINKING
I’m pretty sure they’ve created the most terrifying Doctor Who reference ever.
Count the shadows and whatever you do, don’t blink.
German Etched Parade Halberd
- Dated: circa 1590
The iron head with long fluke with lanceolate apical blade with a strong ridge running the full length on each side, with concave blade with a shaped prong above and below and triangular beak slanted downwards. The whole etched overall with scrolling strapwork on a blackened ground and with figures in contemporary costume within cartouches. The head riveted to the haft retaining original brass washers.
Source & Copyright: Peter Finer
Australian photographer Deb Morris is a master of micro wave photography. While her brand of photography isn’t a globally popularized branch of the medium, it is absolutely breathtaking and bound to lead more photographers to discovering its visually magnetic allure. Her innovative collection known as WAVEART features shots that get in close to capture the magnificence of the most subtle ripples of water, turning them into majestic swirls of light.
Morris, who also goes by DebM, goes beyond photographing the average wave by focusing on tidal flows that are no larger than 30cm. She immerses herself in the movement of each minuscule body of water, brilliantly composing the tiny tides both at their peak and when they break. The photographer is also able to visualize the multitude of colors in any given environment, as echoed through each wave’s naturally reflective surface. DebM’s portfolio is filled with stunning images that are so sharp, catching quick movements that go unnoticed to the naked eye, that they look more like gleaming sheets of delicately curled glass than actual rolling waves.
Prints of DebM’s gorgeous WAVEART can be purchased directly through her website.
Bifrost? are you okay?
Protecting Body Suit Series by Yoon Dujin (윤두진)
Ongoing sculpture series takes the clean naked porcelain human form, altered with cybernetic limbs - a take on our relationship with technology.
More at the Lee & Park Gallery here [Korean]