Stimmungsgasometer, a project by Richard Wilhelmer, Julius von Bismarck and Benjamin Maus from Berlin in 2008.
Via We Make Money Not Art’s review of A Touch Of Code. Image by Julius von Bismarck, from Eat Your Heart Out.
People silhouetted against the cloudy London sky, waiting on Parliament Hill for the eclipse, which wasn’t visible in the end. From the Big Picture’s set, The first solar eclipse of 2011.
Photograph: Matt Dunham/AP.
Didcot Substation: a promotional image for BBC Four’s The Secret Life of the National Grid.
A freighter carrying coal juxtaposed with a wind turbine at the port of Rotterdam.
Another photograph by Paul Langrock, from the co-existence series of his portfolio.
An OLED installation by Hannes Koch, who said the technology would “change the quality of light in public and private spaces.”
Photo by Sebastian Pons, from a New York Times story: “For Effect and Energy, Designers Are Intrigued by OLED Light”.
The sun setting behind some radio masts in Puglia, by Giuliano Froio, seen on the Telegraph’s gallery of the shortlisted photographs for the Astronomy Photographer of the Year.
A plane takes off in a stormy sky above Dusseldorf: BBC NEWS | Day in pictures.
Paul Mison's random stuff that doesn't go elsewhere. Is it microblogging, or microactivity?
(Previously known as 'tumblr is my sock drawer', for reasons that are somewhat unclear.)