Albert Bierstadt (1830-1902), Beach at Nassau (n.d.), oil on canvas, 47 x 28.6 cm. Via ARC.
Lost, lost, lost (1976), Jonas Mekas
I wish there was a carnival all-year round so that I could take a ride even in these melancholy moods.
Claude Monet (1840-1926), Garden (1876), oil on canvas, 100.5 x 75.5 cm. Via arthermitage.org.
Ivan Kramskoy (1837-1887), Moonlit Night (1880), oil on canvas. Collection of Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia. Via WikiArt.
Colin Campbell Cooper (1856-1937), Fifth Avenue, New York City (1906), oil on burlap, 27 x 39 inches. Via Wikimedia Commons.
In this photo taken Wednesday Aug. 13, 2014, bikers and spectators gathered to watch the Qiantang tidal bore run as a wave crashes inland on the banks of the Qiantang River in Hangzhou in east China’s Zhejiang province. Known as one of the world’s largest tidal bore, the tide rushing into the river mouth causes meters high waves that attracts throngs of tourists each year.