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+Diniz Chico posted this fantastic image of a figure devoured by water.

Artist : Pnina Osguthorpe 

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Water is clear, but not as clear as my conscious,
Clear as the morning sky in a mind so spotless,
Eternal sunshine through a ring of flames,
Held close to my mind like an artist I frame,
Defined jaw lines against bright moon shine,
Slow tides find the gap between the moon and sky...

Clear waters from mountains so high,
Clear waters fall down till I die.

Thank you again to the people on here who inspire me.

+Shamna Rasheed 

Enjoy :)

Pnina Osguthorpe

Transparent watercolors on paper, yupo or silk
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A step back can often lead to a positive step forward. Enter the realm of lateral thinking and un-balanced wary when approaching a corner full of obstacles..for your next move made be crucial at this delicate junction...

(Image sourced from the internet : nebula)

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Julianna Barwick - Flown (The Magic Place)

Brilliant Song by Jullianna Barwick (the magic place)

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A dark brown to black pigment occurring in the hair, skin, and iris of the eye in people and animals.

JJ Doom - Winter Blues

"Melanin on melanin
Your dude need to recharge off your velvet skin
Make 'em feel like, like twelve again
Soon as you give the green light I'm delvin' in..."
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Salvador Dali - Battle of Tetuan | 1962 | Collection David Nahonad Milan

I have a book called "Dali" by Ramon Gomez de la Serna which I often refer to for some inspiration, Dali truly was a genius.

If you are a fan of Dali I would recommend a film called "Little Ashes" (

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Thank you for the info. I will take a deep look !!!
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Brilliant image of a bear walking on broken ice floes

Post by +Harley Vásquez 

Fantastic image of how this amazing creature commands the land taken by photographer +Anna Henly 

Thoughts on image:

Transposed with the cold winter days of nature, 
He sits upon the small island with no navigator,
Scale and size amount nothing but a mere number,
Crush the ice with heavy hands loud as thunder,
The next step is treacherous so please be careful,
Only a few remain small in number by fearful...
Winner. Photographer Anna Henly was on a boat in Svalbard -- an archipelago midway between mainland Norway and the North Pole -- when she saw this polar bear at around four in the morning. It was October, and the bear was walking on broken-up ice floes, seemingly tentatively, not quite sure where to trust its weight. She used her fisheye lens to make the enormous animal appear diminutive and create an impression of "the top predator on top of the planet, with its ice world breaking up". The symbolism, of course, is that polar bears rely almost entirely on the marine sea ice environment for their survival, and year by year, increasing temperatures are reducing the amount of ice cover and the amount of time available for the bears to hunt marine mammals. Scientists maintain that the melting of the ice will soon become a major problem for humans as well as polar bears, not just because of rising sea levels but also because increasing sea temperatures are affecting the weather, sea currents and fish stocks. (Anna Henly/Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year
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Nice post by +Diniz Chico 

Photography by Anna C

Whenever I come across flamingo images and anything to do with flamingoes, I think about this documentary I once watched called : The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos (2008).

She once was my flamingo with pink torn feathers,
She survived the cold winds and harsh toned weathers,
Thinned and scaled down, brawn and so clever,
Away she flew in silence, forever.....forever.

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All the artist's out there continue inspiring...

Photography by Anne C.

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Nice post of "Danger" by +Brian Dukes

Focus on the danger which is presented before us,
Passing it is stranger since the path is unknown,
Distance is irrelevant, since there is no place to go,
Only birds of prey, thread on the river slow,
Walk the route of danger or else you will never know..

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Thank you +Nisant art for sharing my image :)
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A great collection of sculptures by the artist Josep Sanchez Carrasco (

Structures of containment...refrained by nature..
Helplessly holding on to the stone for expression...
Bringing simple forms together with a hint of suppression..
Bodily gestures are soft and vivid...
sculpted with thoughts which are so timid..

Thanks again for all the great posts

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Keep them up!
Sculptures by Josep Sanchez Carrasco
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A collection of powerful digital manipulation work by artist -

Pierre-Alain D (
+Pierre-Alain D. /// 3mmi Design 

Post by : +Fernando Castilla 

Structures that | Openly resist or refuse to obey:
Contrast of colours leaving islands in dismay,
Into the fray we search for hope and glory,
possessed by the mind and becomes a story...

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Great post by +Diniz Chico 

Fantastic work by a Digital Art / 3-Dimensional Artist Kazuhiko Nakamura 

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Shapes that form the face and light up the iris,
Transformation from black and gold seems so vibrant,
Empty spaces between powerful figures close to their element,
The structure of head over heels contributes to whats relevant,
The pressure between a loaded gun and umbrella,
Both point behind the object of the seller...

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Digital Art / 3-Dimensional Art

Kazuhiko Nakamura
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Dia de los Muertos

Post by +Leodor Selenier 



Day of the Dead (Spanish: Dia de los Muertos) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and around the world in other cultures.

The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died.
It is particularly celebrated in Mexico, where it is a national holiday, and all banks are closed.
The celebration takes place on November 1, in connection with the Catholic holidays of All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day (November 2).

Traditions connected with the holiday include building private altars honoring the deceased using sugar skulls, marigolds, and the favorite foods and beverages of the departed and visiting graves with these as gifts.
They also leave possessions of the deceased.
Scholars trace the origins of the modern Mexican holiday to indigenous observances dating back hundreds of years and to an Aztec festival dedicated to the goddess Mictecacihuatl.
The holiday has spread throughout the world: In Brazil, Dia de Finados is a public holiday that many Brazilians celebrate by visiting cemeteries and churches.
In Spain, there are festivals and parades, and, at the end of the day, people gather at cemeteries and pray for their dead loved ones.
Similar observances occur elsewhere in Europe, and similarly themed celebrations appear in many Asian and African cultures.

A common symbol of the holiday is the skull (in Spanish calavera), which celebrants represent in masks, called calacas (colloquial term for “skeleton”), and foods such as sugar or chocolate skulls, which are inscribed with the name of the recipient on the forehead.
Sugar skulls as gifts can be given to both the living and the dead.
Other holiday foods include pan de muerto, a sweet egg bread made in various shapes from plain rounds to skulls and rabbits, often decorated with white frosting to look like twisted bones.

Jose Guadalupe Posada created a famous print of a figure he called La Calavera Catrina («The Elegant Skull») as a parody of a Mexican upper-class female.
Posada’s striking image of a costumed female with a skeleton face has become associated with the Day of the Dead, and Catrina figures often are a prominent part of modern Day of the Dead observances.

Some people believe possessing Day of the Dead items can bring good luck.
Many people get tattoos or have dolls of the dead to carry with them.
They also clean their houses and prepare the favorite dishes of their deceased loved ones to place upon their altar or ofrenda.


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