Kalesnail
Kalesnail
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worldbehindthorns:

The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen. Illustration by Edmund Dulac, 1911
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bobbycaputo:

Beautiful Aerial Photographs of Africa Captured Through the Window of a Cessna
Photographer Joel Krahn has spent the last two years of his life putting his time and talents towards helping non-profits. And after two years of doing this work in his hometown of Vancouver, he was given the opportunity to take his endeavors overseas and shoot with On-Field Media, a media division of Nairobi-based organization Africa Inland Mission.
Over the course of the three months he was there, Krahn captured a gorgeous collection of aerial landscapes of the African environment — from the Nile River weaving its way through South Sudan to rural villages in Kenya.
Throughout his work for On-Field Media, Krahn was assigned to photograph in a number of remote locations that involved flying around in a small Cessna over the African landscape to get to where they needed to go.
“After flying over hours and hours of parched land, I wondered how anyone could live there,” Krahn tells us. “But sure enough, whenever I looked for it, I could see evidence of civilization — whether it was a hut, a road, or the outline of a pasture.”
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Beautiful Aerial Photographs of Africa Captured Through the Window of a Cessna
Photographer Joel Krahn has spent the last two years of his life putting his time and talents towards helping non-profits. And after two years of doing this work in his hometown of Vancouver, he was given the opportunity to take his endeavors overseas and shoot with On-Field Media, a media division of Nairobi-based organization Africa Inland Mission.
Over the course of the three months he was there, Krahn captured a gorgeous collection of aerial landscapes of the African environment — from the Nile River weaving its way through South Sudan to rural villages in Kenya.
Throughout his work for On-Field Media, Krahn was assigned to photograph in a number of remote locations that involved flying around in a small Cessna over the African landscape to get to where they needed to go.
“After flying over hours and hours of parched land, I wondered how anyone could live there,” Krahn tells us. “But sure enough, whenever I looked for it, I could see evidence of civilization — whether it was a hut, a road, or the outline of a pasture.”
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Beautiful Aerial Photographs of Africa Captured Through the Window of a Cessna
Photographer Joel Krahn has spent the last two years of his life putting his time and talents towards helping non-profits. And after two years of doing this work in his hometown of Vancouver, he was given the opportunity to take his endeavors overseas and shoot with On-Field Media, a media division of Nairobi-based organization Africa Inland Mission.
Over the course of the three months he was there, Krahn captured a gorgeous collection of aerial landscapes of the African environment — from the Nile River weaving its way through South Sudan to rural villages in Kenya.
Throughout his work for On-Field Media, Krahn was assigned to photograph in a number of remote locations that involved flying around in a small Cessna over the African landscape to get to where they needed to go.
“After flying over hours and hours of parched land, I wondered how anyone could live there,” Krahn tells us. “But sure enough, whenever I looked for it, I could see evidence of civilization — whether it was a hut, a road, or the outline of a pasture.”
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Beautiful Aerial Photographs of Africa Captured Through the Window of a Cessna
Photographer Joel Krahn has spent the last two years of his life putting his time and talents towards helping non-profits. And after two years of doing this work in his hometown of Vancouver, he was given the opportunity to take his endeavors overseas and shoot with On-Field Media, a media division of Nairobi-based organization Africa Inland Mission.
Over the course of the three months he was there, Krahn captured a gorgeous collection of aerial landscapes of the African environment — from the Nile River weaving its way through South Sudan to rural villages in Kenya.
Throughout his work for On-Field Media, Krahn was assigned to photograph in a number of remote locations that involved flying around in a small Cessna over the African landscape to get to where they needed to go.
“After flying over hours and hours of parched land, I wondered how anyone could live there,” Krahn tells us. “But sure enough, whenever I looked for it, I could see evidence of civilization — whether it was a hut, a road, or the outline of a pasture.”
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Beautiful Aerial Photographs of Africa Captured Through the Window of a Cessna
Photographer Joel Krahn has spent the last two years of his life putting his time and talents towards helping non-profits. And after two years of doing this work in his hometown of Vancouver, he was given the opportunity to take his endeavors overseas and shoot with On-Field Media, a media division of Nairobi-based organization Africa Inland Mission.
Over the course of the three months he was there, Krahn captured a gorgeous collection of aerial landscapes of the African environment — from the Nile River weaving its way through South Sudan to rural villages in Kenya.
Throughout his work for On-Field Media, Krahn was assigned to photograph in a number of remote locations that involved flying around in a small Cessna over the African landscape to get to where they needed to go.
“After flying over hours and hours of parched land, I wondered how anyone could live there,” Krahn tells us. “But sure enough, whenever I looked for it, I could see evidence of civilization — whether it was a hut, a road, or the outline of a pasture.”
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Beautiful Aerial Photographs of Africa Captured Through the Window of a Cessna
Photographer Joel Krahn has spent the last two years of his life putting his time and talents towards helping non-profits. And after two years of doing this work in his hometown of Vancouver, he was given the opportunity to take his endeavors overseas and shoot with On-Field Media, a media division of Nairobi-based organization Africa Inland Mission.
Over the course of the three months he was there, Krahn captured a gorgeous collection of aerial landscapes of the African environment — from the Nile River weaving its way through South Sudan to rural villages in Kenya.
Throughout his work for On-Field Media, Krahn was assigned to photograph in a number of remote locations that involved flying around in a small Cessna over the African landscape to get to where they needed to go.
“After flying over hours and hours of parched land, I wondered how anyone could live there,” Krahn tells us. “But sure enough, whenever I looked for it, I could see evidence of civilization — whether it was a hut, a road, or the outline of a pasture.”
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Beautiful Aerial Photographs of Africa Captured Through the Window of a Cessna
Photographer Joel Krahn has spent the last two years of his life putting his time and talents towards helping non-profits. And after two years of doing this work in his hometown of Vancouver, he was given the opportunity to take his endeavors overseas and shoot with On-Field Media, a media division of Nairobi-based organization Africa Inland Mission.
Over the course of the three months he was there, Krahn captured a gorgeous collection of aerial landscapes of the African environment — from the Nile River weaving its way through South Sudan to rural villages in Kenya.
Throughout his work for On-Field Media, Krahn was assigned to photograph in a number of remote locations that involved flying around in a small Cessna over the African landscape to get to where they needed to go.
“After flying over hours and hours of parched land, I wondered how anyone could live there,” Krahn tells us. “But sure enough, whenever I looked for it, I could see evidence of civilization — whether it was a hut, a road, or the outline of a pasture.”
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Beautiful Aerial Photographs of Africa Captured Through the Window of a Cessna
Photographer Joel Krahn has spent the last two years of his life putting his time and talents towards helping non-profits. And after two years of doing this work in his hometown of Vancouver, he was given the opportunity to take his endeavors overseas and shoot with On-Field Media, a media division of Nairobi-based organization Africa Inland Mission.
Over the course of the three months he was there, Krahn captured a gorgeous collection of aerial landscapes of the African environment — from the Nile River weaving its way through South Sudan to rural villages in Kenya.
Throughout his work for On-Field Media, Krahn was assigned to photograph in a number of remote locations that involved flying around in a small Cessna over the African landscape to get to where they needed to go.
“After flying over hours and hours of parched land, I wondered how anyone could live there,” Krahn tells us. “But sure enough, whenever I looked for it, I could see evidence of civilization — whether it was a hut, a road, or the outline of a pasture.”
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Beautiful Aerial Photographs of Africa Captured Through the Window of a Cessna
Photographer Joel Krahn has spent the last two years of his life putting his time and talents towards helping non-profits. And after two years of doing this work in his hometown of Vancouver, he was given the opportunity to take his endeavors overseas and shoot with On-Field Media, a media division of Nairobi-based organization Africa Inland Mission.
Over the course of the three months he was there, Krahn captured a gorgeous collection of aerial landscapes of the African environment — from the Nile River weaving its way through South Sudan to rural villages in Kenya.
Throughout his work for On-Field Media, Krahn was assigned to photograph in a number of remote locations that involved flying around in a small Cessna over the African landscape to get to where they needed to go.
“After flying over hours and hours of parched land, I wondered how anyone could live there,” Krahn tells us. “But sure enough, whenever I looked for it, I could see evidence of civilization — whether it was a hut, a road, or the outline of a pasture.”
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Beautiful Aerial Photographs of Africa Captured Through the Window of a Cessna
Photographer Joel Krahn has spent the last two years of his life putting his time and talents towards helping non-profits. And after two years of doing this work in his hometown of Vancouver, he was given the opportunity to take his endeavors overseas and shoot with On-Field Media, a media division of Nairobi-based organization Africa Inland Mission.
Over the course of the three months he was there, Krahn captured a gorgeous collection of aerial landscapes of the African environment — from the Nile River weaving its way through South Sudan to rural villages in Kenya.
Throughout his work for On-Field Media, Krahn was assigned to photograph in a number of remote locations that involved flying around in a small Cessna over the African landscape to get to where they needed to go.
“After flying over hours and hours of parched land, I wondered how anyone could live there,” Krahn tells us. “But sure enough, whenever I looked for it, I could see evidence of civilization — whether it was a hut, a road, or the outline of a pasture.”
(Continue Reading)
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vincentlittlehat:

Vincent Littlehat
 photographed 
by Selina MayerLondon
vincentlittlehat:

Vincent Littlehat
 photographed 
by Selina MayerLondon
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yourmothershouldknow:

MSGM Primavera/Verano 2015
Semana de la Moda de Milán
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MSGM Spring/Summer 2015
Milan Fashion Week
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20aliens:

The site of reversible destiny
The Reversible Destiny Foundation is an artists-architects-poets group formed by Madeline Gins and Arakawa. The Foundation’s work concerns the body, its simultaneously specific and non-specific relation to its surroundings. The philosophical findings of what a body or person is directs their architectural theories and works. The Foundation plans to collaborate with practitioners in a wide range of disciplines including, but not limited to experimental biology, neuroscience, quantum physics, experimental phenomenology, and medicine. Their architectural projects have included residences, parks and plans for housing complexes and neighborhoods.
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Outtakes from David Bowie’s 1977 “Heroes” cover photo shoot by Masayoshi Sukita.

Outtakes from David Bowie’s 1977 “Heroes” cover photo shoot by Masayoshi Sukita.
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lzbth:

correct method

same assumption for boys.  
lzbth:

correct method

same assumption for boys.  
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giloscope:

Modo Stare, Leeds, 2014
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blackcoffeecinnamon:

Itou Nisaburo (1910-1988) 伊藤仁三郎
Tea Flowers, late 20th cent.
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themaninthegreenshirt:

William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg and Leonardo DiCaprio
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urbanoutfitters:

We’re pretty much in love with Ira Chernova now. (Photography by Jeff Vallee)
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catsofinstagram:

WE’RE STILL ON THE PROWL FOR YOUR ANSWERS!
How does your cat make your life better?
Share your answer to this question for a chance to be featured on Cats of Instagram and at @Purina’s upcoming #BetterWithPets summit in New York City. —————————————————— TWO WAYS TO BE FEATURED:  1. Leave a comment below telling us how your life is better with your cat.
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2. Tag photos or videos of your cat or you & your cat with #BetterWithPets and share your answer in the post. —————————————————— @iamthegreatwent shares his answer: “This is me and my cat, Haroun. He’s a pretty cool cat and as my first, was the perfect introduction into a domestic cat partnership. Whereas previously I couldn’t imagine my life with a cat, now I can’t imagine my life without one. Aside from being the perfect subject for photos, he’s allowed me to slowly overcome a severe allergy to cats and dogs. He practices *mostly* unconditional love and perhaps most important of all, is always down to partake in one of my favorite activities: naps.” —————————————————— Share your answers using #BetterWithPets and follow @Purina for more details about the #BetterWithPets Summit. [source: http://ift.tt/1tOC3ew ]
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katiejonesbarlow:

Selected sketchbook pages
katiejonesbarlow:

Selected sketchbook pages
katiejonesbarlow:

Selected sketchbook pages
katiejonesbarlow:

Selected sketchbook pages
katiejonesbarlow:

Selected sketchbook pages
katiejonesbarlow:

Selected sketchbook pages
katiejonesbarlow:

Selected sketchbook pages
katiejonesbarlow:

Selected sketchbook pages
katiejonesbarlow:

Selected sketchbook pages