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April 13 2017

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April 07 2017

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undesordredelicieux:

Ogawa Ghessu, 1925

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March 28 2017

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Pattern recognition, Dani Olivier (via xtc.tumblr.com)

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March 26 2017

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derpsdale:

artisansoulleader:

thepowerofmoonlight:

Learnt an interesting thing today on this arabic course,

The original Arabic number system looked like this, the one we now use.

It was designed so each character had the corresponding number of angles to the number, so the number 1 has 1 angle, 2 has 2 angles, 3 has 3, 0 has none etc…

It is so obvious now, I’ve always assumed its one of those things that just is, with no logical explanation, but here it is, perfectly simple and satisfying

My jaw is legit on the floor right about now :D

OH MY LORD!!!!! I AM IN MATH NERD HEAVEN!!

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20 Images Of Norwegian Architecture Plucked Straight From A Fairytale

culturenlifestyle:

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The Norwegian countryside is strewn with architecture that looks better suited to crown the pages of a fairytale book. More commonly known for its Vikings heritage and fjords, these photographs display a wide variety of architectural styles that have been used throughout the Middle Ages to the 19th century in Norway. Check out the stunning collection below.

Crooked and towering wooden churches beckoning like an old crone’s fingers, winding stone path weaving through a forest, hidden waterfalls and lonely wooden cabins overlooking a vast valley at its base are some of the outlandish homes and architectural designs we have featured in this series. Teetering Stave churches, eerie waterfalls cascading down like a creature with its own mind, wooden homes made in the typical Norwegian indigenous style called byggeskikk have none of the linearity or conformity that modern buildings do, and have whimsical elements that heighten its sense of magic.  

Each of these structures below have a particular way of being set into its own environment, standing out from the elements without obstructing nature. Most of the buildings and bridges and pathways have been built with stone and wood balance the scene it has been engineered upon.

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Barn In Valldal

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Renndølsetra

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Ancient Road Vindhellavegen

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Bridge Over Låtefossen Waterfall

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Kvednafossen Waterfall In Norway

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Old Farmhouses

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At The End Of The World, Tjome

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Natural Swimming Pool In The Forest

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Old House

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House In Norway

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Fjord Houses

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Old Village

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Fisherman Hut, Undredal

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Bridge In Norway

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Rogaland, Gullingen

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Lake Bondhus

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Small House In Norway

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Fairy House In Hunderfossen, Lillehammer

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Under The Aurora

h/t: boredpanda

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March 24 2017

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derpsdale:

artisansoulleader:

thepowerofmoonlight:

Learnt an interesting thing today on this arabic course,

The original Arabic number system looked like this, the one we now use.

It was designed so each character had the corresponding number of angles to the number, so the number 1 has 1 angle, 2 has 2 angles, 3 has 3, 0 has none etc…

It is so obvious now, I’ve always assumed its one of those things that just is, with no logical explanation, but here it is, perfectly simple and satisfying

My jaw is legit on the floor right about now :D

OH MY LORD!!!!! I AM IN MATH NERD HEAVEN!!

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March 23 2017

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March 22 2017

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motherduckingwinchester:

I think spilled is an understatement

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