Noomi Nikola

malformalady:

Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome is a rare genetic disorder characterized by absent or under-developed teeth, mild craniofacial abnormalities, and various abnormalities of the eye, especially glaucoma. The main symptoms of Rieger syndrome are: eye anomalies including an underdeveloped iris, a small cornea, an opaque ring around the outer edge of the cornea, adhesions in the front of the eye, and displacement of the pupil of the eye so that it is not centered.

malformalady:

Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome is a rare genetic disorder characterized by absent or under-developed teeth, mild craniofacial abnormalities, and various abnormalities of the eye, especially glaucoma. The main symptoms of Rieger syndrome are: eye anomalies including an underdeveloped iris, a small cornea, an opaque ring around the outer edge of the cornea, adhesions in the front of the eye, and displacement of the pupil of the eye so that it is not centered.

skelelegs:

Haha I found some batteries. This is all the stuff that was in the tubs and buckets. I am very tired. Actually there are two buck skulls and three antler caps off to the side of this picture, too. You can see the waterbuck on the right. It’s looking better but it’s still not done.

skelelegs:

Haha I found some batteries. This is all the stuff that was in the tubs and buckets. I am very tired. Actually there are two buck skulls and three antler caps off to the side of this picture, too. You can see the waterbuck on the right. It’s looking better but it’s still not done.

(via malformalady)

mote-historie:

Art Nouveau in Brussels

1904

6 rue de Lac, Brussels, Belgium

Architect: Ernest de Lune (Belgian,1859-1947)

(Source: Flickr / memanda, via anachronisticsiren)

nubbsgalore:

photos from dubai’s 828 meter tall burj khalifa (save the first and last photos, which show the building) by (click pic) daniel cheongkarim nafatnibjoern lauen and dave alexander. duabai only experiences this in september and march, when seasonal changes in temperature creates an abundance of early morning fog. (see also: fog over new york, london and chicago)

(via glasmond)

(Source: boredpanda.com, via xhumed)

instagram:

A Look Inside Turkey’s Hierapolis-Pamukkale “Cotton Palace”

For more photos and videos from Pamukkale, browse the #Pamukkale hashtag and explore the Pamukkale Traventleri location page.

In Turkey’s southwest province of Denizli, white pools cover the landscape around a tiny cliffside village called Pamukkale, meaning “Cotton Palace” in Turkish. As calcium carbonate deposits flow down from hot springs above, the sediment collects in the lower limestone pools and shapes their snowy appearance. People have bathed in the Hierapolis-Pamukkale pools since 200 BCE when the ancient city of Hierapolis was erected near the top of the terrace to provide proximity to the spring and its restorative benefits. Today, local and visiting Instagrammers alike make the trek to partake in the ancient traditions and share the view of the valley below.

nyctophilicwitch:

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(Source: wildesage.etsy.com, via nyctophilicwitch)

gdfalksen:

Coat, early 20th century

From Whitaker Auctions

(Source: fripperiesandfobs)

instagram:

The Mysterious and Melancholy Resin Figurines of @doubleparlour

To see more of Cassie and Ernie’s figurines come to life, follow @doubleparlour on Instagram.

“We like our characters to look as if they have a past that they may or may not be willing to share,” explains Ernie Velasco. He and his wife Cassie make up the San Francisco, California, artistic duo Doubleparlour (@doubleparlour). Their figurines, which radiate a mysterious sadness, are hand-sculpted from resin.

“We spend a lot of time discussing ideas and bouncing them off of each other,” explains Ernie. The two have a similar aesthetic, however, which aids the creative process. “We both like our characters to display personalities that are melancholy, dark, contemplative or mischievous.”

While Cassie and Ernie endow their creations with rich character, they hold back from illustrating any particular figure’s story. Ernie says, “We like to leave that up to the viewer.”