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idiacanthidae:

A small Moomin painting in honor of Tove Jansson’s 100th birthday today!! Sometimes you just gotta drop everything and draw a screen full of flowers. It’s good for you.
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idiacanthidae:

A small Moomin painting in honor of Tove Jansson’s 100th birthday today!! Sometimes you just gotta drop everything and draw a screen full of flowers. It’s good for you.

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tryfon-topalidis:

"Fishing net making in Mekong Delta" (Photograph credit: Tuyet Trinh Do)
Do Tuyet Trinh’s photograph “Fishing net making in Mekong Delta”, features a group of women from the fishing community of the Mekong Delta weave a fishing net, and highlights the problems created by climate change and the inconsistency of the annual flooding of Mekong river and its tributaries, has been selected as one of the best five at the Atkins CIWEM’s Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014 competition. The winners – chosen from more than 10,000 entries – will be announced on June 24. Shortlisted entries to the competition, which showcases the best in environmental photography and film, will be exhibited at the Royal Geographical Society in London from June 23 to July 4, 2014. Launched in 2007 by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), and sponsored by Atkins Group, the exhibition will show contemporary, creative, and original pictures taken by international photographers and filmmakers. 
Born in Hanoi, Vietnamese amateur photographer Tuyet Trinh Do is an expert in the banking and financial sector. In 2010, she was awarded a Virgin Humphrey scholarship from the US Government to study at Boston University. She attended a press photographer course taught by famous journalist and photojournalist Joe Lippincott. Travel is her first and foremost priority in her free time. Having been to five continents, she was fortunate to have chance witnessing and experiencing many facets of lives. Capturing the wildlife in Africa’s largest wildlife reserves, the Cuban salsa parties in Trinidad, staying in the hotel built totally by salt in the world biggest salt desert Salar De Uyuni in Bolivia, admiring the natural American beauty of Antelope Canyon, discovering the history of The Rocks in Sydney, exploring the colorful coral reefs in Haiwaii and Maldives, roaming around in the Burmese misty morning of the picturesque Old Bagan, and watching the opera performance by Florence street artists during a summer night, are some of her favourite photographic experiences. The Fishing Net Making in fishing villages in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta has brought her two awards from ”The Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014” in the UK and ”The People and Planet International Photo Competition 2013” in Australia.

tryfon-topalidis:

"Fishing net making in Mekong Delta" (Photograph credit: Tuyet Trinh Do)

Do Tuyet Trinh’s photograph “Fishing net making in Mekong Delta”, features a group of women from the fishing community of the Mekong Delta weave a fishing net, and highlights the problems created by climate change and the inconsistency of the annual flooding of Mekong river and its tributaries, has been selected as one of the best five at the Atkins CIWEM’s Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014 competition. The winners – chosen from more than 10,000 entries – will be announced on June 24. Shortlisted entries to the competition, which showcases the best in environmental photography and film, will be exhibited at the Royal Geographical Society in London from June 23 to July 4, 2014. Launched in 2007 by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), and sponsored by Atkins Group, the exhibition will show contemporary, creative, and original pictures taken by international photographers and filmmakers. 

Born in Hanoi, Vietnamese amateur photographer Tuyet Trinh Do is an expert in the banking and financial sector. In 2010, she was awarded a Virgin Humphrey scholarship from the US Government to study at Boston University. She attended a press photographer course taught by famous journalist and photojournalist Joe Lippincott. Travel is her first and foremost priority in her free time. Having been to five continents, she was fortunate to have chance witnessing and experiencing many facets of lives. Capturing the wildlife in Africa’s largest wildlife reserves, the Cuban salsa parties in Trinidad, staying in the hotel built totally by salt in the world biggest salt desert Salar De Uyuni in Bolivia, admiring the natural American beauty of Antelope Canyon, discovering the history of The Rocks in Sydney, exploring the colorful coral reefs in Haiwaii and Maldives, roaming around in the Burmese misty morning of the picturesque Old Bagan, and watching the opera performance by Florence street artists during a summer night, are some of her favourite photographic experiences. The Fishing Net Making in fishing villages in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta has brought her two awards from ”The Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014” in the UK and ”The People and Planet International Photo Competition 2013” in Australia.

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magictransistor:

Max Ernst. Selects from Collage Novels La Femme 100 Têtes (The 100 Headless Woman), Rêve d’une Petite Fille qui Voulut Entrer au Carmel (A Little Girl Dreams of Taking the Veil), Une Semaine de Bonté (A Week of Kindness). 1929-1934.

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