JÖRN VANHÖFEN, select images from ‘Elbe’ and ‘Sudafrika’, 1992-2007
syād-asti—in some ways, it is
syād-nāsti—in some ways, it is not
syād-asti-nāsti—in some ways, it is, and it is not
syād-asti-avaktavyaḥ—in some ways, it is, and it is indescribable
syād-nāsti-avaktavyaḥ—in some ways, it is not, and it is indescribable
syād-asti-nāsti-avaktavyaḥ—in some ways, it is, it is not, and it is indescribable
syād-avaktavyaḥ—in some ways, it is indescribable
William Vanderson, 1930s
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
|—||Bela Tarr (via filmsboutique)|
Click through to Field & Stream for the full story and lots more pictures, but be warned, some of them are grisly:
The best way to untangle the pileup, Burke and Shields decided, was to sever the heads of two of the deer and remove their bodies; then the third deer would be removed intact, with the racks of the first two bucks still locked in its antlers.
(Hat tip to Radiolab listener Mercedes!)
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