Stars and Streetlights

just look up

dgblackout:

There is a place in Uzbekistan called by locals “The Door to Hell”. Once the geologists were drilling for gas. Then suddenly during the drilling they have found an underground cavern, it was so big that all the drilling site with all the equipment and camps got deep deep under the ground. None dared to go down there because the cavern was filled with gas. So they ignited it so that no poisonous gas could come out of the hole, and since then, it’s burning, already for 35 years without any pause. Nobody knows how many tons of excellent gas has been burned for all those years but it just seems to be infinite there.

dgblackout:

There is a place in Uzbekistan called by locals “The Door to Hell”. Once the geologists were drilling for gas. Then suddenly during the drilling they have found an underground cavern, it was so big that all the drilling site with all the equipment and camps got deep deep under the ground. None dared to go down there because the cavern was filled with gas. So they ignited it so that no poisonous gas could come out of the hole, and since then, it’s burning, already for 35 years without any pause. Nobody knows how many tons of excellent gas has been burned for all those years but it just seems to be infinite there.

Old school Obies! Then they rebuilt a bike together and fed each other tempeh.
tulletulle:vladimirnabokov:

Oberlin college, co-ed dorm, 1970

Old school Obies! Then they rebuilt a bike together and fed each other tempeh.

tulletulle:vladimirnabokov:

Oberlin college, co-ed dorm, 1970

romantics:thelovelybones:(via blua)

romantics:thelovelybones:(via blua)

(via fuckyeahprofanity)

(via fuckyeahprofanity)

jecrois:-winoforever:-annacannabis:broday:hallucinogenius:dafuzz

jecrois:-winoforever:-annacannabis:broday:hallucinogenius:dafuzz

kateoplis:

David Leventi | Opera: Palais Garnier, Paris

kateoplis:

David Leventi | Opera: Palais Garnier, Paris

(via cosmic-dust)

(via cosmic-dust)

(via cosmic-dust)

(via cosmic-dust)

Matthew Barney
heyyoshimi:bowfolk (via Bree Apperley)

Matthew Barney

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…sounding at times like a Greek priestess moaning from the bowels of the earth. He wanders in the desert, he cries aloud, he eats the liver of a sacrificed girl, her head ‘a mash of blood with hair and whitish pieces of bone.’

— review of The Red Book of C. G. Jung: Creation of a New Cosmology at The Rubin Museum of Art in Chelsea.  I will get there before it closes in February.

i don’t know how this is different from a blog, but hey, whatever. It’s yeti season!

i don’t know how this is different from a blog, but hey, whatever. It’s yeti season!