"Come with us speeding through the night~ As fast as any bird in flight~ Silhouettes against the Mother Moon~ We will be there soon"
— M. Melia, The Unravelling Travelogue (via nirvikalpa)
E.W. & F.R. Lyon - Eclipse of the Sun, May 28,1900 (by The History of Photography Archive)
Woven branch circular arch, Andy Goldsworthy, Langholm, Dumfriesshire, April 1986
One of the oldest gravestones to be found in a churchyard. Below the skull carving are the words “memento more” which are usually written as Momento Mori. Memento mori is a Latin phrase meaning “Be mindful of death” and may be translated as “Remember that you are mortal,” “Remember you will die,” “Remember that you must die,” or “Remember your death”.