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Dhamma (Pali: धम्म): Amongst other things: The state of Nature as it is.

Mount Fitzroy at sunsetJimmy Mcintyre

Mount Fitzroy at sunset
Jimmy Mcintyre

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#542 | Scattered CloudsAnother morning shot from Upper Bavaria. The rising sun added some colourful accents to the scattered clouds that covered the sky after a dawn with rather muted colors | Germany, 2014 — with Kilian Schönberger.

#542 | Scattered Clouds

Another morning shot from Upper Bavaria. The rising sun added some colourful accents to the scattered clouds that covered the sky after a dawn with rather muted colors | Germany, 2014
— with Kilian Schönberger.

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Gran Canaria & Tenerife by (Sergio Formoso)

Gran Canaria & Tenerife by (Sergio Formoso)

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When airport employees get bored

When airport employees get bored

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Japanese Ukiyo-e: Golden Pavilion. Hiroshi Yoshida. 1933

Japanese Ukiyo-e: Golden Pavilion. Hiroshi Yoshida. 1933

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Falling Charcoal by (vector1771)

Falling Charcoal by (vector1771)

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Foxfire — The World-Between
Horai was born from a memory. Memories— of the kind where their forms stir restless and foggy, their colour intangible, at times uninviting. Light, dark, joyous, despairing, carefree, austere… the land was shaped by the push and pull of these elements which have no shape of their own.
And now the winds from the West are blowing, and a shimmer creeps slowly upon the horizon.

Foxfire — The World-Between

Horai was born from a memory. Memories— of the kind where their forms stir restless and foggy, their colour intangible, at times uninviting. Light, dark, joyous, despairing, carefree, austere… the land was shaped by the push and pull of these elements which have no shape of their own.

And now the winds from the West are blowing, and a shimmer creeps slowly upon the horizon.

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When nature inspires design: The “Abyss Table” by Duffy London

The Abyss Table is a conversation piece as much as a functional one. But while previous works play with gravity, this new design is concerned with depth, and creates a geological cross-section as mesmerising as the sea.

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