The Detritus of Our Civilization
The Detritus of Our Civilization
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kenkofoto:

Import.
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nythroughthelens:

New York City - Chinatown Rooftops with Graffiti - Sunset
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New York City,
you are:
the tears that I blink back when I stare into the sun as it slides away from the remains of the day into night;
the dreams which are held close to my heart bound only by my imagination;
the sliver of hope that I have clung to in my darkest times as if hope was the only ledge I could hold onto at the edge of the universe sitting between the chasm of nothingness and being;
the city that holds the key to the rest of the world.
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These are the rooftops of an area of lower Manhattan located between the Lower East Side and Chinatown known as Two Bridges due to its proximity to the Manhattan Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge. Taken with the Sony A7R this past weekend.
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View: “New York City - Sunset - Chinatown Rooftop Graffiti” in my photography portfolio, My Gear List, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me, or ask for help.
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retrogeographie:

Fouesnant (Finistère), village-vacances Ty Nod, 1974.
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gregador:

Abandoned geometry
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vansotw:

Kate MccGwire feather sculptures are nothing to scoff at. Her latest works look even more impressive and refined then before and we just can’t stop admiring them.
vansotw:

Kate MccGwire feather sculptures are nothing to scoff at. Her latest works look even more impressive and refined then before and we just can’t stop admiring them.
vansotw:

Kate MccGwire feather sculptures are nothing to scoff at. Her latest works look even more impressive and refined then before and we just can’t stop admiring them.
vansotw:

Kate MccGwire feather sculptures are nothing to scoff at. Her latest works look even more impressive and refined then before and we just can’t stop admiring them.
vansotw:

Kate MccGwire feather sculptures are nothing to scoff at. Her latest works look even more impressive and refined then before and we just can’t stop admiring them.
vansotw:

Kate MccGwire feather sculptures are nothing to scoff at. Her latest works look even more impressive and refined then before and we just can’t stop admiring them.
vansotw:

Kate MccGwire feather sculptures are nothing to scoff at. Her latest works look even more impressive and refined then before and we just can’t stop admiring them.
vansotw:

Kate MccGwire feather sculptures are nothing to scoff at. Her latest works look even more impressive and refined then before and we just can’t stop admiring them.
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quincampoix:

Leon Polk Smith, Duet Blue and Red, 1945
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ryanpanos:

ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2013 | Achim Menges | Trevor Patt
ryanpanos:

ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2013 | Achim Menges | Trevor Patt
ryanpanos:

ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2013 | Achim Menges | Trevor Patt
ryanpanos:

ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2013 | Achim Menges | Trevor Patt
ryanpanos:

ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2013 | Achim Menges | Trevor Patt
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fishstickmonkey:

Portland, Dorset, England, 2011.  from The Last Stand - Marc Wilson  (via The Last Stand: Photographs by Marc Wilson: Places: Design Observer)