The Oracle of Art
May the gods speak through art of any form.


Here,my photos and musings
The Oracle of Art
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pixandum:

3.14.14
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3.14.14
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3.14.14
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3.19.14.
"drumming"
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3.17.14.
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3.17.14.
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3.17.14.
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3.17.14.
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3.23.14.
"Lost Time"
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3.16.14.
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Luz en hipocratia by Emma Cano.
A portrait of humanity in Spanish hospitals.
Luz en hipocratia by Emma Cano.
A portrait of humanity in Spanish hospitals.
Luz en hipocratia by Emma Cano.
A portrait of humanity in Spanish hospitals.
Luz en hipocratia by Emma Cano.
A portrait of humanity in Spanish hospitals.
Luz en hipocratia by Emma Cano.
A portrait of humanity in Spanish hospitals.
Luz en hipocratia by Emma Cano.
A portrait of humanity in Spanish hospitals.
Luz en hipocratia by Emma Cano.
A portrait of humanity in Spanish hospitals.
Luz en hipocratia by Emma Cano.
A portrait of humanity in Spanish hospitals.
Luz en hipocratia by Emma Cano.
A portrait of humanity in Spanish hospitals.
Luz en hipocratia by Emma Cano.
A portrait of humanity in Spanish hospitals.
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Michael Paul Smith´s Enlin Park
What started as an exercise in model-making and photography became a dreamlike reconstruction of the town Michael grew up in. It’s not an exact recreation, but it does capture the mood and feel of his memories.
The buildings are constructed of resin-coated paper, styrene plastic, and basswood, plus numerous found objects. The vehicles are from Michael’s collection of 300+ commercially produced, diecast models.
No Photoshop was used in these images; they’re all composed in the camera. It is the oldest trick in the special effects book: lining up a model with an appropriate background, then photographing it. 
Michael Paul Smith´s Enlin Park
What started as an exercise in model-making and photography became a dreamlike reconstruction of the town Michael grew up in. It’s not an exact recreation, but it does capture the mood and feel of his memories.
The buildings are constructed of resin-coated paper, styrene plastic, and basswood, plus numerous found objects. The vehicles are from Michael’s collection of 300+ commercially produced, diecast models.
No Photoshop was used in these images; they’re all composed in the camera. It is the oldest trick in the special effects book: lining up a model with an appropriate background, then photographing it. 
Michael Paul Smith´s Enlin Park
What started as an exercise in model-making and photography became a dreamlike reconstruction of the town Michael grew up in. It’s not an exact recreation, but it does capture the mood and feel of his memories.
The buildings are constructed of resin-coated paper, styrene plastic, and basswood, plus numerous found objects. The vehicles are from Michael’s collection of 300+ commercially produced, diecast models.
No Photoshop was used in these images; they’re all composed in the camera. It is the oldest trick in the special effects book: lining up a model with an appropriate background, then photographing it. 
Michael Paul Smith´s Enlin Park
What started as an exercise in model-making and photography became a dreamlike reconstruction of the town Michael grew up in. It’s not an exact recreation, but it does capture the mood and feel of his memories.
The buildings are constructed of resin-coated paper, styrene plastic, and basswood, plus numerous found objects. The vehicles are from Michael’s collection of 300+ commercially produced, diecast models.
No Photoshop was used in these images; they’re all composed in the camera. It is the oldest trick in the special effects book: lining up a model with an appropriate background, then photographing it. 
Michael Paul Smith´s Enlin Park
What started as an exercise in model-making and photography became a dreamlike reconstruction of the town Michael grew up in. It’s not an exact recreation, but it does capture the mood and feel of his memories.
The buildings are constructed of resin-coated paper, styrene plastic, and basswood, plus numerous found objects. The vehicles are from Michael’s collection of 300+ commercially produced, diecast models.
No Photoshop was used in these images; they’re all composed in the camera. It is the oldest trick in the special effects book: lining up a model with an appropriate background, then photographing it. 
Michael Paul Smith´s Enlin Park
What started as an exercise in model-making and photography became a dreamlike reconstruction of the town Michael grew up in. It’s not an exact recreation, but it does capture the mood and feel of his memories.
The buildings are constructed of resin-coated paper, styrene plastic, and basswood, plus numerous found objects. The vehicles are from Michael’s collection of 300+ commercially produced, diecast models.
No Photoshop was used in these images; they’re all composed in the camera. It is the oldest trick in the special effects book: lining up a model with an appropriate background, then photographing it. 
Michael Paul Smith´s Enlin Park
What started as an exercise in model-making and photography became a dreamlike reconstruction of the town Michael grew up in. It’s not an exact recreation, but it does capture the mood and feel of his memories.
The buildings are constructed of resin-coated paper, styrene plastic, and basswood, plus numerous found objects. The vehicles are from Michael’s collection of 300+ commercially produced, diecast models.
No Photoshop was used in these images; they’re all composed in the camera. It is the oldest trick in the special effects book: lining up a model with an appropriate background, then photographing it. 
Michael Paul Smith´s Enlin Park
What started as an exercise in model-making and photography became a dreamlike reconstruction of the town Michael grew up in. It’s not an exact recreation, but it does capture the mood and feel of his memories.
The buildings are constructed of resin-coated paper, styrene plastic, and basswood, plus numerous found objects. The vehicles are from Michael’s collection of 300+ commercially produced, diecast models.
No Photoshop was used in these images; they’re all composed in the camera. It is the oldest trick in the special effects book: lining up a model with an appropriate background, then photographing it. 
Michael Paul Smith´s Enlin Park
What started as an exercise in model-making and photography became a dreamlike reconstruction of the town Michael grew up in. It’s not an exact recreation, but it does capture the mood and feel of his memories.
The buildings are constructed of resin-coated paper, styrene plastic, and basswood, plus numerous found objects. The vehicles are from Michael’s collection of 300+ commercially produced, diecast models.
No Photoshop was used in these images; they’re all composed in the camera. It is the oldest trick in the special effects book: lining up a model with an appropriate background, then photographing it. 
Michael Paul Smith´s Enlin Park
What started as an exercise in model-making and photography became a dreamlike reconstruction of the town Michael grew up in. It’s not an exact recreation, but it does capture the mood and feel of his memories.
The buildings are constructed of resin-coated paper, styrene plastic, and basswood, plus numerous found objects. The vehicles are from Michael’s collection of 300+ commercially produced, diecast models.
No Photoshop was used in these images; they’re all composed in the camera. It is the oldest trick in the special effects book: lining up a model with an appropriate background, then photographing it. 
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mediumaevum:

Gramática de la lengua castellana is a book written by Antonio de Nebrija, published in 1492. It was the first grammar of a modern European language to be published. When it was presented to Isabella of Castile, the queen questioned what the merit of such a work might be; Fray Hernando de Talavera, bishop of Avila, answered for the author in prophetic words:

After Your Highness has subjected barbarous peoples and nations of varied tongues, with conquest will come the need for them to accept the laws that the conqueror imposes on the conquered, and among them will be our language.
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nurnielfa:

Some bicycles in Copenhagen, by Nur Nielfa
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 Christiansborg Slot, Copenhagen, by Nur Nielfa