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Breathe

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Sean Simmons
Minimalist and stylish Retro Flashlight which is available in 3 different sizes to suit your lifestyle. The smallest model even fits your keychain so that you can carry it with you conveniently in your pocket. Solar Powered Lights, Flashlight, Industrial Design, Minimalist, Retro, Shake, Breathe, Modeling, Brick

Attractive Retro Flashlight By Janez Mesaric

Minimalist and stylish Retro Flashlight which is available in 3 different sizes to suit your lifestyle. The smallest model even fits your keychain so that you can carry it with you conveniently in your pocket. It’s simply attractive flashlight that you won’t mind place it out in the open, making it more accessible when you...

Is this why my skin looks so radiant after yoga? how yoga boosts beauty through detoxing internal organs Relax, Pilates, Health And Wellness, Health Fitness, Women's Health, Heart Health, Fitness Tips, Health Tips, Mental Health

Minutes to a Healthier You: A Few Deep Breaths

When you need to relax at a moment's notice, just breathe! The next time you start to feel anxious, put this breathing technique that begins with putting your

"Air movements studies / 1901 by Étienne-Jules Marey. People In Space, Philosophy Of Science, Ann Wood, Face Planters, Motion Design, Sacred Geometry, Time Travel, Online Art, Painting

Photographing Air

Etienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904), early chronophatographer and inventor of the photographic gun, devoted three years near the end of his life to photographing the movement of air. The mesmerizing photographs he took in his four wind tunnels helped create the modern science of aerodynamics, but Marey was in many ways less interested in interpreting his beautiful pictures than he was simply in appreciating them. More images from a centenary exhibit at the Musee d’Orsay.

Untitled: air currents revealed by streams of smoke broken by a solid object, Etienne-Jules Marey Eadweard Muybridge, Camera Obscura, My Poetry, Public Art, Installation Art, Time Travel, Fractals, Art History, Fashion Art

Photographing Air

Etienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904), early chronophatographer and inventor of the photographic gun, devoted three years near the end of his life to photographing the movement of air. The mesmerizing photographs he took in his four wind tunnels helped create the modern science of aerodynamics, but Marey was in many ways less interested in interpreting his beautiful pictures than he was simply in appreciating them. More images from a centenary exhibit at the Musee d’Orsay.