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mpdrolet:

The Washington Monument and a U.S. flag are reflected in the sunglasses of Austin Clinton Brown, age 9, of Gainesville, GA, August 28th, 1963

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guardian:

Fan Ho is one of Asia’s most beloved street photographers, capturing the spirit of Hong Kong in the 1950s and 60s. His work shows a love of people combined with unexpected, geometric constructions and a sense of drama heightened by use of smoke and light. More

Approaching Shadow, 1954. Photo: Fan Ho/AO Vertical Art Space

genarowlands:

Keira Knightley, Nicole Kidman, Naomi Campbell, Amber Valletta, Daria Werbowy, and Léa Seydoux by various photographers for Interview Magazine, September 2014

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philmcandrew:

Back in 2008 The Weekly Dig in Boston ran some of my art as their cover and the mayor of Boston went on the news and said it was “filth” because of some cartoon nudity. A proud moment in my career!

who writes these lines?? who is the smartass fucker that writes these?? it makes me sick

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the-goddamazon:

dilfgod:

I hate when people say money doesn’t buy you happiness. it does. it buys you financial stability, a nice house, nice cars, nice vacations and trips, healthier food, a better education, etc. like wearing burberry while driving around in an audi would probably make me pretty happy too. but it’s just that rich people often take their comfortable lives for granted and end up being spoiled and ungrateful for what they have 

Exactly.

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promo because i’m going to london in two days

christiancbale:

  • mbf me
  • first 50 to reblog (can go over)
  • i’ll choose 10 favourite blogs 
  • and one solo promo!
  • yay go go <3

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life-of-an-architecture-student:

How to Be a Creative Listener

Photo: Listen designed by Rémy Médard from the Noun Project

International design firm IDEO created a four-part podcast series on Creative Listening for the 2014 Aspen Ideas Festival. In a total of 30 minutes, you can learn key habits for better listening:

How to utilize your intuition: Sometimes too much information is just that. It can be overwhelming and logic can only get you so far. That’s when you need to trust your gut and ask, “What’s really important here?” “What’s going on behind the surface, the unsaid versus the said?”

How to hone your interpretation skills: Industry jargon and wordy explanations often mask the true value of something. Learning how to distill a message down to its essence, into simple, understandable language isn’t “dumbing it down,” it’s giving it wings…

And finally, learn how to amp up your curiosity: Curiosity pushes us beyond what we know and challenges us to look at long-held beliefs in a new light. Staying curious—always asking “Why?” like an earnest preschooler—is a critical muscle that needs to be continuously flexed if you want to have new, game-changing ideas.

By actively listening, you can find valuable information to inspire new ideas. The podcasts are rich in examples where innovative ideas have come to light because they listened to more than what was being said. As writer G. K. Chesteron noted, “There’s a lot of difference between listening and hearing.”

visual-poetry:

by darren bader

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asreoninfusion:

So, I realised I never posted any photos from when I went to Scotland a few months back now. I started going through my pictures, and I found this.

LOOK AT HOW CUTE AND FLUFFY AND ADORABLE THE BABY COOS ARE OMG I WANT TO CUDDLE ONE ;w;

Highland cows are best cows <3

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lost-hippie:

embrace this message

lost-hippie:

embrace this message

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20aliens:

Holly Lynton

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theniftyfifties:

Grace Kelly