Christopher Hermansson

Christopher Hermansson

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Sunset at Seoul Tower - The octagonal pavilion adjacent to the Seoul Tower shines brightly on Namsan Mountain as the sun begins to set. For amazing views of the city, head up to the top of Namsan Mountain at sunrise or sunset. To get there: Take the #2 bus at the bus stop just outside of exit 2 at Chungmuro Station (Lines 3 & 4).

Sunset at Seoul Tower - The octagonal pavilion adjacent to the Seoul Tower shines brightly on Namsan Mountain as the sun begins to set. For amazing views of the city, head up to the top of Namsan Mountain at sunrise or sunset. To get there: Take the #2 bus at the bus stop just outside of exit 2 at Chungmuro Station (Lines 3 & 4).

Octagonal pavilion at the Temple of the Tooth, Kandy, Sri Lanka.

Octagonal pavilion at the Temple of the Tooth, Kandy, Sri Lanka.

"Pelican Fish" from Living Lights: A Popular Account of Phosphorescent Animals and Vegetables by Charles Frederick Holder, 1887

"Pelican Fish" illustration by A. Clement for "Living Lights: A Popular Account of Phosphorescent Animals and Vegetables" by Charles Frederick Holder. post: Living Lights, via 50 Watts

Creepy Deep Sea Creatures (39 pictures) | memolition

Biggest bugs: most are small, even tiny, the order of Arthropods boasts over a million species and includes more than half the world’s living organisms.

Creepy Deep Sea Creatures (39 pictures) | memolition

Source: The Telegraph Picture: Creatures of the deep: terrifying macro pictures of polychaetes or bristle worms: These tiny monsters may look like they are from another planet but they are in fact creatures from our deepest oceans. How to Wear a Bandana

Print made by Giulio Campagnola.1500-1516

Print made by Giulio Campagnola The rape of Ganymede who is being carried off by Jupiter in the form of an eagle, with a landscape below.

Print made by Martin Schongauer  1470-1482

As a printing technique, engraving was invented in Germany about Martin Schongauer was one of the first artists to use the technique. Martin gained much more publicity for his print making then his paintings.