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creativehouses:

HUGE geode in bathroom

creativehouses:

HUGE geode in bathroom

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travelingcolors:

Rua da Sé, Silves | Portugal (by Nacho Coca)
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mistergoodlife:

Angelo’s Statues,  Vatican. | Mr. Godlife
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nonconcept:

Wind Dyed House in Yokosuka, Japan by ACAA.

nonconcept:

Wind Dyed House in Yokosuka, Japan by ACAA.

(Source: archdaily.com)

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nubbsgalore:

photos by (click pic) michael poliza, dennis fast and matthias brieter of polar bears amongst the fireweed in churchill, manitoba. the area has the largest, and most southerly, concentration of the animals on the planet. in late summer and early fall the polar bears make their way to the hudson bay, waiting for it freeze over so they can hunt for seals on the ice. but every year, the ice is forming later and later, forcing the polar bears to go hungry for longer. (more polar bear posts

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vacilandoelmundo:

Abuja National Mosque, Abuja, Nigeria
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Mas Simpsons aqui

Mas Simpsons aqui

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ianference:

At the dawn of the 20th century, Connecticut decided to build a new asylum in the town of Preston, just down the river from Norwich.  Dubbed Norwich State Hospital, the campus would expand to over 30 buildings at its peak, before deinstitutionalization closed it down.  Perhaps the most fascinating structure on the campus was the Salmon building, one of the first constructed on the grounds in 1905.  Salmon was a maximum-security forensic (not guilty by reason of insanity) & violent ward for male patients, with heavy iron bars built into the foot-thick brick walls; there would be no escape, with airlock-style doors throughout the hallways to ensure many layers of security.  Pictured here are some of the secure doors at sunset - a typical patient room at left, and a seclusion room at right.  Sadly, in 2012, the Salmon building was unceremoniously demolished along with Awl (the female equivalent), the Theatre, and the Powerhouse.  Read more about the Salmon Building on my blog.

ianference:

At the dawn of the 20th century, Connecticut decided to build a new asylum in the town of Preston, just down the river from Norwich.  Dubbed Norwich State Hospital, the campus would expand to over 30 buildings at its peak, before deinstitutionalization closed it down.  Perhaps the most fascinating structure on the campus was the Salmon building, one of the first constructed on the grounds in 1905.  Salmon was a maximum-security forensic (not guilty by reason of insanity) & violent ward for male patients, with heavy iron bars built into the foot-thick brick walls; there would be no escape, with airlock-style doors throughout the hallways to ensure many layers of security.  Pictured here are some of the secure doors at sunset - a typical patient room at left, and a seclusion room at right.  Sadly, in 2012, the Salmon building was unceremoniously demolished along with Awl (the female equivalent), the Theatre, and the Powerhouse.  Read more about the Salmon Building on my blog.

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