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The weather's been terrible last few days. I'm sitting at home with my computer, thinking about highlights from summer 2019. There were many great adventures and moments but I have to say, Lamborghini Avventura in Lofoten was definitely the best thing of them all! And only 19 days to Christmas!? Time goes way too fast 😅.#tourdevan2020 #bestmoments #bestcaravan #lamborghini #huracanevo #supercars #lofoten #NORWAY
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The weather's been terrible last few days. I'm sitting at home with my computer, thinking about highlights from summer 2019. There were many great adventures and moments but I have to say, Lamborghini Avventura in Lofoten was definitely the best thing of them all! And only 19 days to Christmas!? Time goes way too fast 😅 . #tourdevan2020 #bestmoments #bestcaravan #lamborghini #huracanevo #supercars #lofoten #NORWAY

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STARTING NOW, ENDING SUNDAY @ MIDNIGHT (PST)📣Use code “TURKEY” at checkout to get 25% off your order of prints on my site. Highly recommend ordering NOW for the holidays! Especially for those living outside of the US, to ensure a timely delivery.📣These are limited edition, signed chromogenic prints. There are only a few left of each! Link in bio.📣Grateful for you guys, always ❤️
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STARTING NOW, ENDING SUNDAY @ MIDNIGHT (PST) 📣 Use code “TURKEY” at checkout to get 25% off your order of prints on my site. Highly recommend ordering NOW for the holidays! Especially for those living outside of the US, to ensure a timely delivery. 📣 These are limited edition, signed chromogenic prints. There are only a few left of each! Link in bio. 📣 Grateful for you guys, always ❤️

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Me, before and after the holiday party 📸: @rachelbrosnahan

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BOURBON 〰️ Top Elle e Calcinha Lit disponíveis no vntta.com.br - Nova coleção Sopro SS’20

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Classic Montana scenes complimented with the crazies.
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Classic Montana scenes complimented with the crazies.

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As lava🌋meets the ocean 🌊
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As lava🌋meets the ocean 🌊

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@georgeskachaamy Rising Oases Float in the Air Defying GravityAlthough James Blish’s “Cities in Flight” was not the first attempt to combine architecture and anti-gravity technology, it was in this book series that we can see it prevailing on an urban scale. Throughout its evolution, architecture has crawled out of caves, settled on grounds, climbed on pilotis, floated on water, stood high, and even danced. Now many argue that it is high time for it to move forward and assume some of its multi-directional and forthcoming probabilities. While many predict a direction towards a virtual realm, automation, and digital fabrication, Dr. Georges Kachaamy, chair and associate professor of architecture at the American University in Dubai has been conducting ongoing research that portrays an architecture of a different kind. A kind of architecture that would allow itself to levitate, float in the air, and separate from the ground.His architectural designs titled “Rising Oases” are Gravity Defiance Architecture that has been exhibited in Venice and Dubai. The exhibition has showcased visualizations and physical models of architectural prototypes that defy gravity. His designs are a series of an unchained built environment that comprise natural resources (light, wind, water, flora, fauna, etc.). They are human-scale places of well-being that provide the opportunity to disconnect from the city and reconnect with nature on a higher plane.Like lotuses rising from the mud and oases thriving in the desert, these objects are floating beacons of detachment and symbol of omnipresence, unity and rejuvenation. The architecture is inspired by four main sources of water: a spring, a pond, a waterfall and a river. Each object comprises one of these sources and is levitated on a different plane than that of the city using a breakthrough technology that allows it to generate an architecture that challenges itself, defy gravity, and rise up.
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@georgeskachaamy Rising Oases Float in the Air Defying Gravity Although James Blish’s “Cities in Flight” was not the first attempt to combine architecture and anti-gravity technology, it was in this book series that we can see it prevailing on an urban scale. Throughout its evolution, architecture has crawled out of caves, settled on grounds, climbed on pilotis, floated on water, stood high, and even danced. Now many argue that it is high time for it to move forward and assume some of its multi-directional and forthcoming probabilities. While many predict a direction towards a virtual realm, automation, and digital fabrication, Dr. Georges Kachaamy, chair and associate professor of architecture at the American University in Dubai has been conducting ongoing research that portrays an architecture of a different kind. A kind of architecture that would allow itself to levitate, float in the air, and separate from the ground. His architectural designs titled “Rising Oases” are Gravity Defiance Architecture that has been exhibited in Venice and Dubai. The exhibition has showcased visualizations and physical models of architectural prototypes that defy gravity. His designs are a series of an unchained built environment that comprise natural resources (light, wind, water, flora, fauna, etc.). They are human-scale places of well-being that provide the opportunity to disconnect from the city and reconnect with nature on a higher plane. Like lotuses rising from the mud and oases thriving in the desert, these objects are floating beacons of detachment and symbol of omnipresence, unity and rejuvenation. The architecture is inspired by four main sources of water: a spring, a pond, a waterfall and a river. Each object comprises one of these sources and is levitated on a different plane than that of the city using a breakthrough technology that allows it to generate an architecture that challenges itself, defy gravity, and rise up.

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normalización
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normalización

2 weeks ago
Dreams you left behind!!!
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A couple posts ago I wrote a very long caption detailing a recent creative block and how I overcame it. Even though I didn't prove it as of yet by showing you new work, that wasn't a lie. It just takes a while for these things to completely resolve. I thought about how to use Instagram going forward for a long time and pretty often, too. Maybe more than I should have since I came to a conclusion that seems quite obvious: it doesn't actually matter. And that is precisely why from now on I will share whatever I like on here. I remember the "good old days": my feed was clean, white and minimal. It's not that I don't like the aesthetic anymore but let's be honest: I kept it consistent because it worked. I never strayed far from what I then presumed to be my style. It was what people expected, so it brought the attention that I admittedly craved. Attention which enabled me a brief stint in the outskirts of a world I quickly realized was no place for me. My whole thought process does not fit in a caption. For such purposes I will revive my blog next year. Just know that I arrived at the end of a strange internal journey and this is my way of saying: "Hey, I'm back for good!" Furthermore, these photos are actually a good indication of what's to come. Even though I didn't even take most of them as they show me. Thanks for this and all the other support goes to Sava (@thisissava), of course. But yeah. It's gonna get dark, it will be more personal, it won't always show happy times, rather I'd like to incorporate issues that are important to me into my work and share all my experiments with you. Just bought a medium format camera, for instance. Maybe one day I'll even manage to focus properly with it, who knows? So, wow, okay. That got very long once again. Anyway, it would mean a ton to me if you stayed with me during this new chapter. See you around! Regularly now.

2 days ago
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