gravitysleeps:

Catch the solar eclipse yesterday?
The original photo from Yoshihiro Sekine, taken in Tokyo, is an excellent demonstration of the view taken in from all around the world.
There’s no opportunity like an actual eclipse to debut Gravity Sleeps’ new logo designed by Michael Gluzman.
In the history of humanity, the eclipse is an almost supernatural occurrence, a defying of the laws of the natural order, even a stoppage of time. 
Reflected upon by the Sumerians, the Byzantines, and Mark Twain, the eclipse and never-ending cycles of Earth’s sun and moon are enduring illustrations of every story ever told around the countless bonfires of humanity’s past.  They promise an end to every beginning, and equally signify the promise of  beginning wherever there is an end.
When Gravity Sleeps the impossible is possible.

gravitysleeps:

Catch the solar eclipse yesterday?

The original photo from Yoshihiro Sekine, taken in Tokyo, is an excellent demonstration of the view taken in from all around the world.

There’s no opportunity like an actual eclipse to debut Gravity Sleeps’ new logo designed by Michael Gluzman.

In the history of humanity, the eclipse is an almost supernatural occurrence, a defying of the laws of the natural order, even a stoppage of time. 

Reflected upon by the Sumerians, the Byzantines, and Mark Twain, the eclipse and never-ending cycles of Earth’s sun and moon are enduring illustrations of every story ever told around the countless bonfires of humanity’s past.  They promise an end to every beginning, and equally signify the promise of  beginning wherever there is an end.

When Gravity Sleeps the impossible is possible.

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