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Aug 12, 2014 / 1,035 notes

danceabletragedy:

Fish Lamps by Frank Gehry

May 27, 2014 / 1,921 notes

designcube:

LIGHT IS TIME art installation by Tsuyoshi Tane

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ufansius:

Dragonfly leaded glass, bronze and mosaic table lamp - Tiffany Studios, circa 1905
Mar 24, 2014 / 100 notes

ufansius:

Dragonfly leaded glass, bronze and mosaic table lamp - Tiffany Studios, circa 1905

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Mar 15, 2014 / 2,687 notes

ethereo:

"Loy-Kratong" is one of the famous Thai cultural event usually held on November. For northern people, the festival also called "Yee Peng". Every year in Chiang Mai, thousand of people join the festival and release the floating lanterns in the hope that misfortune flies away with them.

Photo’s by Chattakan Kosol, Impossi[A]ble, Noomplayboy, Tassapon, Taradol, Anek

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felixinclusis:

Egyptian lanterns
May 8, 2013 / 53 notes

felixinclusis:

Egyptian lanterns

visitheworld:

Coloured glass lamps at Kybele Cafe in Istanbul, Turkey (by Thomas Roland).
Apr 15, 2013 / 943 notes

visitheworld:

Coloured glass lamps at Kybele Cafe in Istanbul, Turkey (by Thomas Roland).

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ink-heron:

Light After Death: Mihoko Ogaki’s ‘Milky Way’ Figures Project Stars from Within
Mar 16, 2013 / 27 notes

ink-heron:

Light After Death: Mihoko Ogaki’s ‘Milky Way’ Figures Project Stars from Within

kelledia:

Obon lamps for the ancestors.
Mar 16, 2013 / 125 notes

kelledia:

Obon lamps for the ancestors.

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mydarkenedeyes:

Stunning photos of Chiang Mai’s Floating Lantern Festival.

Thousands of people gather and launch hot-air lanterns into the night sky. They are made of a thin fabric - usually rice paper. A candle or fuel cell is attached so that when it’s lit, the hot air trapped inside creates enough lift for it to float away. It’s a spectacular sight as thousands of lanterns are released at the same time. The festival is a time to pay respect to higher deities - you say a prayer, make a wish and then watch as your lantern floats away. Many people also believe that the lantern will carry your troubles away with it.

Via My Modern Met (Click for more info and photo credits).

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