Untitled by Florian Maier-Aichen, 2005.
Heligoland (Helgoland), circa 1890s.
This is the island of New Penzance. 16 miles long. Forested with old-growth pine and maple. Criss-crossed by shallow tidal creeks. Chickchaw territory.
Toronto, Canada, 1894.
Lovely teaser poster for Night in the Woods, an indie adventure game due out sometime next year. There’s a teaser trailer, too.
Random find: a music video of sorts featuring footage from Henri-Georges Clouzot’s unfinished 1964 film L’enfer (Inferno) and set to Lee Hazlewood singing My Autumn’s Done Come.
An M4 Sherman tank in France during World War II firing rockets using a T34 Calliope rocket launcher mount.
An American M10 tank destroyer firing near St. Lo, France, July 1944.
Privates William Jackson and Joseph King of the 1st Infantry Division take advantage of donkey transport on the Caen to Caumont-l’Éventé road.
Normandy, July 8th, 1944.
Off Limits To Troops. Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy, August 1944.
Photograph by Robert Capa.
Star Tracks by Wolf Strache, circa 1956.
Nevada Sky by Ernst Haas, 1960.
Ygritte, by AniaMitura.