Feels Familiar!

Aug 18

1956- Gordon Parks documented the everyday lives of an extended black family living in rural Alabama under Jim Crow segregation for Life magazine’s photo-essay “The Restraints: Open and Hidden.” (via)

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Aug 17

Tibetan Monks living in exile in India flew to Ferguson to show support for Mike Brown and community.

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Aug 17

Famous for its scenery, cinematography, and near complete lack of special effects (almost exclusively used simply to remove bystanders from shots), The Fall was filmed over a period of four years in over twenty countries, including India, Namibia, South Africa, Italy, and Indonesia. One review said, “See it for no other reason than because it exists. There will never be another like it.”

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Aug 17

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Aug 16

micromanor:

Hand Built Luxury Tiny House has Fireplace built into stairs and Jacuzzi Bath and Shower for sale.

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Gustav Klimt, The Beethoven Frieze (detail), 1902
Aug 16

Gustav Klimt, The Beethoven Frieze (detail), 1902

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ruininoyima:

there’s an armored convoy about tossing tear gas now so much for that fucking “resolution” earlier today

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don’t let this shit die. we still don’t have justice and even at that police CONTINUE to oppress the people so quit it and start paying attention again. open your eyes.

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Aug 16
y’all realize martial law is back in ferguson right
jeromeof:

Austria - Alphonse Mucha
Aug 16

jeromeof:

Austria - Alphonse Mucha

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emmahyphenjane:

321. Cathédrale de Chartres.
Aug 16

emmahyphenjane:

321. Cathédrale de Chartres.

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Aug 16

lip-lock:

Birds Of A Feather | by Claire Rosen.

A brilliant live portrait series by Claire Rosen featuring vintage wallpaper backdrops to accentuate and highlight the colors of each bird, which range from the common Parakeet to the exotic Hyacinth Macaw.

As seen on: Honestly WTF.

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Aug 16

softboycollective:

meanwhile the police fill the block with tear gas. who’s protecting and serving here

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nguanblr:

from Singapore
Aug 15

nguanblr:

from Singapore

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arthurkobin:

paint this
2014
Aug 15

arthurkobin:

paint this

2014

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angrydragon90:

frostied:

whenyouwere-east:

thoselonelyeyes:

fullmoon-unicorn:

the starry sky on the himalayas

CLICK ON THE PIC BRO

Woah

THIS IS MY FAVOURITE THING EVER

Love these pictures
Aug 15

angrydragon90:

frostied:

whenyouwere-east:

thoselonelyeyes:

fullmoon-unicorn:

the starry sky on the himalayas

CLICK ON THE PIC BRO

Woah

THIS IS MY FAVOURITE THING EVER

Love these pictures

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treyratcliffphotos:

The Crazy Colors of Death Valley
I had no idea Death Valley would be so full of colors! Of course, the HDR process takes the existing colors and really helps them to stand out… and, as everyone knows, that’s perfectly cool with me!I was close to this area back in college when I used to have a double-major in geophysics and computer-science. I ended up dropping the geo bit of it because of a fight with the professor, but I’ve always kept my fascination with rocks. I don’t know enough about everything I see… like, when I see this below, I have a few ideas on what probably made it like this, but I don’t know for sure. Either way, it’s awesome… I’m glad for all the sulfur and iron in the area and its apparent randomness!- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.
Aug 15

treyratcliffphotos:

The Crazy Colors of Death Valley

I had no idea Death Valley would be so full of colors! Of course, the HDR process takes the existing colors and really helps them to stand out… and, as everyone knows, that’s perfectly cool with me!

I was close to this area back in college when I used to have a double-major in geophysics and computer-science. I ended up dropping the geo bit of it because of a fight with the professor, but I’ve always kept my fascination with rocks. I don’t know enough about everything I see… like, when I see this below, I have a few ideas on what probably made it like this, but I don’t know for sure. Either way, it’s awesome… I’m glad for all the sulfur and iron in the area and its apparent randomness!

- Trey Ratcliff

Click here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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