A Walk at Dusk (Getty Museum)

His head bowed, a man walks alone in the silvery, cold moonlit night while contemplating a megalithic tomb and its implicit message of death. It is winter, and all around him nature is dying. Leafless trees loom behind like specters, but a grove of verdant oaks rises through the mist in the background with the promise of life. The waxing moon, high in the sky, also acts as a counterbalance to death, symbolizing Christ and the promise of rebirth for the artist Caspar David Friedrich.

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Air-Mountain: A Translucent Inflatable Structure Blurs the Boundary between Interior and Exterior Spaces

“Visitors to this year’s OCT Phoenix Flower Festival in Shenzhen, China encountered an unusual inflatable pavilion by Aether Architects. The translucent structure, called “air-mountain,” served dual functions as a protective exhibition space and a surface for people to climb up and over.”

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paintedjumper: Couldn’t find the horses in the fog. Luckily they found me.

paintedjumper:

Couldn’t find the horses in the fog. Luckily they found me.

# in a series of images of place

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