It’s #ArtThursday, Instagram! High on the Pennine Hills, a strange and beautiful tree overlooks the county of Lancashire in northern England. Made entirely of steel pipes, the Singing Ringing Tree is a musical sculpture that “sings” as gusts of wind pass through its tubes from different directions. Designed by architectural firm Tonkin Liu and completed in 2006, the sculpture is one of four modern landmarks titled “Panopticons,” which provide sweeping views over East Lancashire from unique locations.
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Photo by @jdavis84
This Halloween I’m putting the “boo” in boobs.
“Muda de vida .. Muda seu jeito.. Aprende a viver, curar seus defeitos, que assim vou tentando melhorar” @xanndynb #muitotop #MudadeVida
she loves her Halloween costume ☺️
I bought this lawn gnome today. @kylebown
@kilatemlm hoy es el encargado de llevar alegría y de endulzar a los niños de la ciudad. Si se lo encuentran por ahí el tiene regalos para uds de nuestra parte. #MalumaFamily #HappyHalloween
Police Baby! Happy Halloween to all!
Photo by @brianskerry
A stargazer fish photographed in Suruga Bay, Japan. From my NGM story 3-Degrees of Japan’s Seas.
Photo by @paulnicklen – On #Ellesmere Island, #Nunavut, four-month-old #polarbear cubs peek over their mother’s back. For two to three years they will rely on her for food and protection against large male bears and the elements – another shot from my new book, Bear: Spirit of the Wild that came out a couple weeks ago and was published by @natgeo books. **We’ll be doing another draw for a signed copy of Bear on December 25th. All you need to do to enter is be a follower of my personal Instagram feed.