Motorists pass people on a scenic road atop a cliff overlooking a bay near Trieste, Italy, 1956.Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic Creative

my professor took this picture of the sun a few days ago through his solar telescope

No cardboard, no cellophane, no throwaway plastic trays, and no brands: Berlin’s newest supermarket is certainly a step away from the usual neighborhood grocery store.
Opened last Saturday, Original Unverpackt (the name translates to “Original Unpackaged”) is a novel shop in Berlin’s Kreuzberg neighborhood that has dispensed entirely with disposable packaging. Granted, the term “supermarket” might be a little grandiose for this small but tightly packed store, but the concept’s legs are as long as the store’s frontage is narrow.
Not only is a minimum-waste grocery store a canny business idea in a country that’s packed with green-conscious consumers, it’s also an interesting pilot project relevant to any city trying to cut their landfill and recycling burden.

 (via The Supermarket of the Future Has No Packaging - CityLab)

Just two baby monkeys hugging.
(Kathmandu, Nepal)

Morocco. Marrakech. 1998
studying?? no actually i bought lipstick instead
St. Vincent The Neighbors
St. Vincent
The Neighbors

Clarence Gagnon (Canadian, 1881 - 1942), Evening on the North Shore, 1924  ||  National Gallery of Canada - Ottawa (Canada)

Agnes Denes —  Tree Mountain (Ylöjärvi, Finland), 1982/2001