Quirky Remarks

Mark Ahenda, 22, Calgary.
Casual blogger, growing musician, passionate geologist. Come inhabit my world.
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jtotheizzoe:

biomorphosis:

When you flip bats upside down they become exceptionally sassy dancers [x].

I have been laughing at this for at least 5 minutes straight.

Chiroptera choreography!

sunshinychick:

saddeer:

immigrantgirls:

#lit

classic

dude i don’t even believe this i know i just reblogged it like ten minutes ago but oh my god this baby eats shit from like 4ft in the air and nobody cares this is literally the funniest thing i’ve ever seen in my life 

(via bolognacolonel)

the-forces-of-nature:

Drystone wall and grasses overlooking Ladybower Reservoir, The Peak District. (by TomWilkinson)

(via fuckitandmovetobritain)

ilovetheworldeverythingeverybody:

Derwentwater Rowing Boats At Sunset by MarkHewitt

(via fuckitandmovetobritain)

robmiceli:

Underground maze at the partially abandoned psychiatric center.

(via destroyed-and-abandoned)

guidedthroughmountains:

Sometimes when life gets too busy you just need to take a week off, travel, rest and reconnect. So I headed out to the west coast, drank lots of coffee, wandered through record stores and book shops, went on some hiking adventures and experienced life in some pretty awesome cities. 

(via wearenotlonghere)

the-gasoline-station:

Castle Meur: The House Between The Rocks | Via

Castel Meur, also known as La Maison du Gouffre or “the house between the rocks”, is a charming cottage wedged between two huge jagged rocks that has been drawing tourists to the otherwise quiet little village of Plougrescant, located in the department of Côtes-d’Armor in the region of Brittany, in France, since the 19th century.

The house has her back turned towards the sea, against which her owner sought to protect her by building the house in a cradle between the two rocks to shield her from the violent storms that frequent this place. The tiny house was built in 1861, at a time when building permits did not exist, where anyone could build at will. After the death of her original owner, Castel Meur served as the second home to the descendant’s family who lived here sporadically. The current occupant, the granddaughter of the first master of the house, has lived here since 2004 after selling her business in America and returning back to her land.

perspectivesofourworld:

Lake on Flickr.

© Thaís

radiophile:

prokopetz:

Western Canadian Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my marriage.”

Eastern Canadian Literature: “The sea is cold and empty, like my marriage.”

Cultural differences.

(via loiteringdinosaurs)

wnderlst:

Torre de Santa Maria, Spain | Danilo Bruschi

crossconnectmag:

Ellen Jantzen was born and raised in St. Louis Missouri. Her first college degree was in graphic arts; later emphasizing fine art. In 1992, after a move to Los Angeles California, she graduated FIDM (the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising) with an advanced degree in fashion. She worked for several years at Mattel Toy Company as a senior project designer, but became disillusioned with the corporate world and longed for a more creative outlet. Having been trained in computer design while at Mattel, she set about to learn Photoshop.

As digital technology advanced and cameras were producing excellent resolution, she found her perfect medium. It was a true confluence of technical advancements and creative desire that culminated in her current explorations in photo inspired art using both a camera to capture images and a computer to alter and manipulate the pieces.

For more check out her profile at Saatchi Art.

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crossconnectmag:

Nicola Verlato born in Verona in 1965 is an Italian-American visual artist based in Los Angeles, CaliforniaA graduate in architecture from the University of Venice, Nicola is also fully trained in classical music and spent part of his career composing soundtracks for documentaries. He has also worked in stage design and comic books. His fine art though is his most successful venture, and he exhibited in the Italian pavilion of the 2009 Venice Biennale. Nicola applies fine art techniques to modern themes, exploring the romance of subculture and the reality of hooliganism amongst many other topics. 

He has shown his work internationally, mainly in Europe (Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway) and the United States, in public and private spaces such as Venice Biennale, Prague Biennale, Laguna Museum, MART, MACRO, Stux Gallery, White Columns, and the Jonathan Levine Gallery.

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wnderlst:

Ceillac, France | Stev Berru

earthstory:

Have you ever seen a landslide where the largest piece of debris is a backhoe? Well now you have.

uhmmmm

theartofmtg:

Feral Invocation || Eytan Zana