The Hand of the Desert and Monument to the Drowned
Chilean sculptor Mario Irarrázabal has produced two giant hand sculptures located in strange places. The first hand sculpture, The Hand of the Desert, is located deep in the the Atacama desert in Chile. The hand was constructed at an altitude of 1,100 meters above sea level. The work has a base of iron and cement, and stands 11 meters tall. The second hand, Monument to the Drowned, is a sculpture of five fingers partially submerged in sand, located at Brava Beach in Punta del Este, Uruguay.
i love u
monkeys riding capybara
aint nobody fuckin wit my clique
OOhhhh i luv ths
yay bob :o)
yayyayayayyyyyyy i found a place to live! its a 3 bedroom house where i had my bday party in march. its my old roommate jon gay and his sister the house is so lovely and theres a yard and hardwood floors omg im ecstatic!!!!
The sound of the ocean is dead. It’s just the echo of the blood in your head.
Waxahatchee - Black Candy (Nervous Energies session)
Human bites that break the skin, like all puncture wounds, have a high risk of infection. They also pose a risk of injury to tendons and joints.Human bites may be more dangerous than most animal bites. There are germs in some human mouths that can cause infections that are hard to treat.