Milan-based photographer and body painter Guido Daniele is a mad genius. It helps that he etches out highly detailed textures that make his pictures drip with hyperrealism. Exceedingly jawdropping is the rather extensive photography collection he has amassed of animals painted on hands: komodo dragons, leopard murays, bald eagles and more.
One of my first nights in Iceland, where I travelled 2 weeks alone. This was one of the most amazing day of my life. In the afternoon fantastic lenticular clouds were formed between me and Myrdalsjökull glacier so I took some amazing shots at sunset. I came back at night and fantastic northern lights were painting the sky of green. I took some shots at the local lighthouse but suddenly my attention fell on this little house (I guess lighthouse's guardian home). The door was open and the…
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Why Enlightenment Takes Time ~ Enlightenment means different things to different people; most of us have different versions of what it is and how it occurs. In some descriptions it happens in an instant, perhaps as a realization of something, or as a result of doing a certain practice, or by a divine intervention. http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/08/06/why-enlightenment-takes-time/