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Serene Luminescent Waterfall Paintings by Hiroshi Senju
Internationally acclaimed Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju is known for his large-scale paintings of waterfalls painted in the tradition of nihonga, a traditional Japanese style that uses pigments ground from natural materials such as minerals and shells. The New York-based artist’s series Nightfall is a departure from his usual style, as Senju used acrylic and fluorescent pigments on Japanese mulberry paper to create the gorgeous forms of cascading waterfalls.
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jedavu:

Serene Luminescent Waterfall Paintings by Hiroshi Senju
Internationally acclaimed Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju is known for his large-scale paintings of waterfalls painted in the tradition of nihonga, a traditional Japanese style that uses pigments ground from natural materials such as minerals and shells. The New York-based artist’s series Nightfall is a departure from his usual style, as Senju used acrylic and fluorescent pigments on Japanese mulberry paper to create the gorgeous forms of cascading waterfalls.
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jedavu:

Serene Luminescent Waterfall Paintings by Hiroshi Senju
Internationally acclaimed Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju is known for his large-scale paintings of waterfalls painted in the tradition of nihonga, a traditional Japanese style that uses pigments ground from natural materials such as minerals and shells. The New York-based artist’s series Nightfall is a departure from his usual style, as Senju used acrylic and fluorescent pigments on Japanese mulberry paper to create the gorgeous forms of cascading waterfalls.
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jedavu:

Serene Luminescent Waterfall Paintings by Hiroshi Senju
Internationally acclaimed Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju is known for his large-scale paintings of waterfalls painted in the tradition of nihonga, a traditional Japanese style that uses pigments ground from natural materials such as minerals and shells. The New York-based artist’s series Nightfall is a departure from his usual style, as Senju used acrylic and fluorescent pigments on Japanese mulberry paper to create the gorgeous forms of cascading waterfalls.
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jedavu:

Serene Luminescent Waterfall Paintings by Hiroshi Senju
Internationally acclaimed Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju is known for his large-scale paintings of waterfalls painted in the tradition of nihonga, a traditional Japanese style that uses pigments ground from natural materials such as minerals and shells. The New York-based artist’s series Nightfall is a departure from his usual style, as Senju used acrylic and fluorescent pigments on Japanese mulberry paper to create the gorgeous forms of cascading waterfalls.
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jedavu:

Serene Luminescent Waterfall Paintings by Hiroshi Senju

Internationally acclaimed Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju is known for his large-scale paintings of waterfalls painted in the tradition of nihonga, a traditional Japanese style that uses pigments ground from natural materials such as minerals and shells. The New York-based artist’s series Nightfall is a departure from his usual style, as Senju used acrylic and fluorescent pigments on Japanese mulberry paper to create the gorgeous forms of cascading waterfalls.

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Lightning Appreciation Post:
There are nearly 500 lightning strikes every second around the world.
Only about 100 of these strike the earth, the others are between and within the clouds themselves.
Lightning is very visible from space (last gif from Astronaut Reid Wiseman)
Besides regular storms (thunder storms, hurricanes, etc.) lightning can be found in volcanoes (gif 3) and even intense forest fires.
In conclusion: nature is fucking awesome!
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thatscienceguy:

Lightning Appreciation Post:
There are nearly 500 lightning strikes every second around the world.
Only about 100 of these strike the earth, the others are between and within the clouds themselves.
Lightning is very visible from space (last gif from Astronaut Reid Wiseman)
Besides regular storms (thunder storms, hurricanes, etc.) lightning can be found in volcanoes (gif 3) and even intense forest fires.
In conclusion: nature is fucking awesome!
Zoom Info
thatscienceguy:

Lightning Appreciation Post:
There are nearly 500 lightning strikes every second around the world.
Only about 100 of these strike the earth, the others are between and within the clouds themselves.
Lightning is very visible from space (last gif from Astronaut Reid Wiseman)
Besides regular storms (thunder storms, hurricanes, etc.) lightning can be found in volcanoes (gif 3) and even intense forest fires.
In conclusion: nature is fucking awesome!
Zoom Info
thatscienceguy:

Lightning Appreciation Post:
There are nearly 500 lightning strikes every second around the world.
Only about 100 of these strike the earth, the others are between and within the clouds themselves.
Lightning is very visible from space (last gif from Astronaut Reid Wiseman)
Besides regular storms (thunder storms, hurricanes, etc.) lightning can be found in volcanoes (gif 3) and even intense forest fires.
In conclusion: nature is fucking awesome!
Zoom Info
thatscienceguy:

Lightning Appreciation Post:
There are nearly 500 lightning strikes every second around the world.
Only about 100 of these strike the earth, the others are between and within the clouds themselves.
Lightning is very visible from space (last gif from Astronaut Reid Wiseman)
Besides regular storms (thunder storms, hurricanes, etc.) lightning can be found in volcanoes (gif 3) and even intense forest fires.
In conclusion: nature is fucking awesome!
Zoom Info
thatscienceguy:

Lightning Appreciation Post:
There are nearly 500 lightning strikes every second around the world.
Only about 100 of these strike the earth, the others are between and within the clouds themselves.
Lightning is very visible from space (last gif from Astronaut Reid Wiseman)
Besides regular storms (thunder storms, hurricanes, etc.) lightning can be found in volcanoes (gif 3) and even intense forest fires.
In conclusion: nature is fucking awesome!
Zoom Info
thatscienceguy:

Lightning Appreciation Post:
There are nearly 500 lightning strikes every second around the world.
Only about 100 of these strike the earth, the others are between and within the clouds themselves.
Lightning is very visible from space (last gif from Astronaut Reid Wiseman)
Besides regular storms (thunder storms, hurricanes, etc.) lightning can be found in volcanoes (gif 3) and even intense forest fires.
In conclusion: nature is fucking awesome!
Zoom Info
thatscienceguy:

Lightning Appreciation Post:
There are nearly 500 lightning strikes every second around the world.
Only about 100 of these strike the earth, the others are between and within the clouds themselves.
Lightning is very visible from space (last gif from Astronaut Reid Wiseman)
Besides regular storms (thunder storms, hurricanes, etc.) lightning can be found in volcanoes (gif 3) and even intense forest fires.
In conclusion: nature is fucking awesome!
Zoom Info

thatscienceguy:

Lightning Appreciation Post:

  • There are nearly 500 lightning strikes every second around the world.
  • Only about 100 of these strike the earth, the others are between and within the clouds themselves.
  • Lightning is very visible from space (last gif from Astronaut Reid Wiseman)
  • Besides regular storms (thunder storms, hurricanes, etc.) lightning can be found in volcanoes (gif 3) and even intense forest fires.

In conclusion: nature is fucking awesome!