A running list of things I run across on the internet and would like to see again. All images are the property of their creators.
natgeofound:

A Native American sends smoke signals in Montana, June 1909.Photograph by Dr. Joseph K. Dixon, National Geographic Creative

natgeofound:

A Native American sends smoke signals in Montana, June 1909.Photograph by Dr. Joseph K. Dixon, National Geographic Creative

Geese heading north ahead of snow. I know how they feel.
From the twitter stream of @herdyshepherd1, the semi-famous tweeting shepherd from the UK Lake District.

Geese heading north ahead of snow. I know how they feel.

From the twitter stream of @herdyshepherd1, the semi-famous tweeting shepherd from the UK Lake District.

There is a real-life shepherd from England’s Lake District on twitter, posting gorgeous photos like this and sharing his life with us all. Go follow him.

There is a real-life shepherd from England’s Lake District on twitter, posting gorgeous photos like this and sharing his life with us all. Go follow him.

I stumbled on this set of photos by Joost J. Bakker this morning. Each one shows a single material, from plastic to steel. Gorgeous.

Abstract curtain walling (by on1stsite.)

Abstract curtain walling (by on1stsite.)

Dinosaur feathers, preserved in amber. Via National Geographic.

Dinosaur feathers, preserved in amber. Via National Geographic.

Untitled (by Smithsonian Institution)
Cyanotype by Thomas Smillie, the Smithsonian’s first photographer.

Untitled (by Smithsonian Institution)

Cyanotype by Thomas Smillie, the Smithsonian’s first photographer.

04-00039 Aerial view taken from a forest patrol plane. (by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives)

04-00039 Aerial view taken from a forest patrol plane. (by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives)

One of a set of “Locker Triptychs” by Stephen Coles.

One of a set of “Locker Triptychs” by Stephen Coles.

Seriously loving the “Public Library of NSW” stamp in the middle of the sky. I don’t know what possessed them to stamp the photo there, but I’m glad they did.
Fern trees, Mount Wilson, ca. 1888 / photographer unknown (by State Library of New South Wales collection)

Seriously loving the “Public Library of NSW” stamp in the middle of the sky. I don’t know what possessed them to stamp the photo there, but I’m glad they did.

Fern trees, Mount Wilson, ca. 1888 / photographer unknown (by State Library of New South Wales collection)

Schmitt with Flag and Earth Above (by George Eastman House)
Look at that color. And the reflection of the photographer in the helmet. Gorgeous.

Schmitt with Flag and Earth Above (by George Eastman House)

Look at that color. And the reflection of the photographer in the helmet. Gorgeous.

This blog is curated by Libby Levi, but contains none of her own work. All images are the property of their creators.