Winter in Finland

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Ode to Autumn by John Keats (19th September 1819), illustrated by Robert Anning Bell.

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Étienne-Jules Marey, Flight of the Heron (Chronophotographic plates), c. 1883.

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I want to do things with my life but I also want to bury myself in a forest and let the moss grow over me so where does that leave us

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Auroras glow above Jupiter and moon, 1981

Ron Miller

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{ Chris Anthony, Hippocampi #1 }

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Finis Terræ, Jean Epstein, 1929

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Slowdive, Shine

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I’m not used to seeing people’s faces," he said. "There’s too much information there. Aren’t you aware of it? Too much, too fast.

The Strange Tale of the North Pond Hermit

Wow. This is an incredible story of a man who lived in the woods of Maine for nearly three decades, surviving almost entirely on things he stole from summer homes. He was finally caught, and reporter Micheal Finkel struck up a sort of friendship with him, visiting him in prison and learning about the years he spent silent and alone. 

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Four studies demonstrate that walking increases creative ideation. The effect is not simply due to the increased perceptual stimulation of moving through an environment, but rather it is due to walking.