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Vail (via Explore the world of form with Morphology · Mapzen )

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Rail in Cologne (via Explore the world of form with Morphology · Mapzen )

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15 of the busiest airports in the world (via Explore the world of form with Morphology · Mapzen )

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(via Mouse Reeve on Twitter: “I’m really into how the crocodile tail breaks frame here t.co/lIhd2Cwe1R” )

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The dots don’t represent anything in particular, nor is their number and placement indicative of any kind of data. But when you’re looking at them, all spread out on a map of the United States like that—it’s hard not to be a little blown away. (via We Put 700 Red Dots On A Map | ClickHole )

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(via JoooOOOOOosh Millard on Twitter: “And a detail view of the squares one. I’m using one inch tape on stretched canvas; you can see how texture plays a big role up close. t.co/z79nhhWzct” )

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dvdp : 171008 - I wanted to share this as a video - like I did on other platforms . but at this point, Tumblr’s video compression is hardcore and brutal. all my tiny lines get  killed

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(NACIS 2017) Doing Cartography as Professional Amateurs // Speaker Deck

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(via MickeyXtreme.net on Twitter: “Photos from @disneyland are straight from a horror story 📷 by @Kennybaker85 @nrnaik20 @ianthebeard @JasCochran t.co/LvScCHb6hJ” )

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(via The Night Skies Over Finland & Iceland Saturated with Stars Photographed by Mikko Lagerstedt | Colossal )

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Cloud Streets form over the Bering Sea as cold air flows from over the snow-covered continental surface (white land mass) and over open ocean waters. The open ocean waters warm the air from beneath, causing rising motion that cools the air, condenses the water droplets, and forms clouds. Image Source: NASA MODIS. (via Meteorologynews.com )

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