Thank you, Im glad you like it. I hope I will find more good stuff in the future.
It seems there is no end to it!

:-)

I really do.  It was a great idea. I love underwater photography… so beautiful and very calming. :)  

iseetheseainyoureyes:

The world champion freediver took time off during a freediving competition at Dean’s Blue Hole in the Bahamas (the World’s second deepest blue hole which plunges 202 meters/663 ft to the ocean floor) to make a short movie that emphasizes aesthetic images and innovative camera moves. The video featuring Guillaume Nery base jumping underwater into the depths of the Blue hole, takes your breath away just watching it. However, Nery clarified earlier rumors that he never reached the bottom which is at an impossible depth of 663 feet! Impressively enough though, the video is filmed entirely on breath hold by Guillaume’s girlfriend and french champion Julie Gautier.

http://aquaviews.net/amazing-videosworld-champion-free-diver-free-falls-blue-hole/

Artemis added: thismustbeunderwaterlove, I’m really enjoying your new blog.  Just wonderful.  :)

blysium:gypsypurpleloves:my-ear-trumpet:stellar-raven:Ruth St. Denis in Radha (c. 1906).

blysium:gypsypurpleloves:my-ear-trumpet:stellar-raven:Ruth St. Denis in Radha (c. 1906).

yama-bato:

In the mid-1930s, surrealist artist Marcel Duchamp—former fauvist, cubist, dadaist, and student of engineering and mathematics—reacted against the static quality of the paint medium with his Rotoreliefs series, one of which is pictured here.(http://bcm.bc.edu/issues/winter_2005/ll_surreal.html)
More http://www.ubu.com/film/duchamp_anemic.html
Anemic Cinema (1926)
“This characteristically dada film by Marcel Duchamp consists of a series of visual and verbal puns with nonsense phrases inscribed around rotating spiral patterns, creating an almost hypnotic effect. Silent.”

http://www.weirdwildrealm.com/f-experimentalpiffles.html
Also Marcel Duchamp’s Rotoreliefs
http://www.paris-art.com/marche-art/Images%20et%20inconscients%20en%20Europe%20%281900-1949%29/Duchamp-Marcel/6421.html
http://jacketmagazine.com/14/perl-witt.html
http://koti.mbnet.fi/cgurney/reality/rotoreliefs.html
http://www.arslibri.com/catalogues/cat154n.pdf

yama-bato:

In the mid-1930s, surrealist artist Marcel Duchamp—former fauvist, cubist, dadaist, and student of engineering and mathematics—reacted against the static quality of the paint medium with his Rotoreliefs series, one of which is pictured here.(http://bcm.bc.edu/issues/winter_2005/ll_surreal.html)

More http://www.ubu.com/film/duchamp_anemic.html

Anemic Cinema (1926)


This characteristically dada film by Marcel Duchamp consists of a series of visual and verbal puns with nonsense phrases inscribed around rotating spiral patterns, creating an almost hypnotic effect. Silent.”

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http://www.weirdwildrealm.com/f-experimentalpiffles.html

Also Marcel Duchamp’s Rotoreliefs

http://www.paris-art.com/marche-art/Images%20et%20inconscients%20en%20Europe%20%281900-1949%29/Duchamp-Marcel/6421.html

http://jacketmagazine.com/14/perl-witt.html

http://koti.mbnet.fi/cgurney/reality/rotoreliefs.html

http://www.arslibri.com/catalogues/cat154n.pdf

reblololo:

Imogen Cunningham‘Black and White Lilies’1928

reblololo:

Imogen Cunningham
‘Black and White Lilies’
1928

apostrophe9:

D A N C E R S…’9

apostrophe9:

D A N C E R S…’9

apostrophe9:

Mikhail Baryshnikov by Annie Leibovitz…’9

apostrophe9:

Mikhail Baryshnikov by Annie Leibovitz…’9

dualkelly:

Marble Autumn

dualkelly:

Marble Autumn

ubermenschbydebord:classics:kagurazakaundergroundresistance:qiring:sinitai:
sakurasakuras :cheebow:biccchi:00a:tsuyatsuya:mogumo:handa:Pixdaus:
Piccattoes 2009-02-09
heartbeatoz:

“If you are not too long, I will wait here for you all my life” (by ►i.anton)
ubermenschbydebord:classics:kagurazakaundergroundresistance:qiring:sinitai:
sakurasakuras:cheebow:biccchi:00a:tsuyatsuya:mogumo:
handa:Pixdaus:PopularTodayPiccattoes 2009-02-09
apostrophe9:

Mikhail Baryshnikov by Annie Leibovitz…’9

apostrophe9:

Mikhail Baryshnikov by Annie Leibovitz…’9

Burmese Reclining Buddha- Utah Museum of Fine Arts

Burmese Reclining Buddha- Utah Museum of Fine Arts