The legendary Hanging Gardens of Babylon
Madonna of Korppoo, Finland’s oldest surviving work of sculpture. It was made in Cologne region in Germany, ca. 1200. The pic is bit shady, since she is sitting in a glass box.
National museum, Helsinki
Palestinian bedouins from the Arakat/Erakat tribe, ca. 1870- ca.1900
July 29, 1985
Vol. 126 No. 4 U.S. Edition
"A Hard Day’s Night" premiere, London. 1964
The Ishtar Gate, one of the eight gates of the inner city of Babylon, built during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II.
I got goosebumps when I walked into this room at the Pergamon in Berlin.
If you don’t think evolution is badass yet, here is a parasitic fungus that takes over EVERY tissue cell in the victim and the fruiting body eventually sprouts from the corpse in order to spread the infection. Some species affect the behavior of the host turning it into a zombie. Check out this video
cupid and pysche
“The Accolade” (1901) by Edmund Blair Leighton (1853-1922).