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"Adventure."
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HERE on hitRECord

hitrecord:

"Adventure."

Photo by wolpa

HERE on hitRECord

via hitrecord / 5 months ago / 303 notes

red-lipstick:

Ana Teresa Barboza (b. 1981, Lima, Peru)    Transfer and Embroidery on Fabric

(Source: anateresabarboza.blogspot.com)

via scrimz / 5 months ago / 14,656 notes

via frankocean / 5 months ago / 49,299 notes

❝ Don’t ever think I fell for you, or fell over you. I didn’t fall in love, I rose in it. I saw you and made up my mind. ❞

Toni Morrison (via bwildness)

(Source: liminalbrittany)

via nancyhoque / 5 months ago / 1,208 notes
humansofnewyork:

I was photographing in Penn Station late last night when I heard screaming and loud music. A huge crowd of people came around the corner. Everyone was dressed in costumes and bright colors. One dude was dressed as a rabbit. Another had a giant, flashing, neon sword. Everyone was laughing, dancing, and singing, as very loud dance music blared from a portable sound system. “This is a new type of dance party!” someone shouted into a microphone, “Join us!” The participants fanned out through the station, encouraging onlookers to join them. “Don’t just stand there!” said the man with the microphone, “This works better if everyone is dancing!”  I approached two participants along the edge of the crowd.  “What is this?” I asked. “We’re not exactly sure,” they answered. “We joined two hours ago, and still haven’t quite figured it out.” After a few more minutes of dancing in Penn Station, the dance party moved on, heading for another location…

humansofnewyork:

I was photographing in Penn Station late last night when I heard screaming and loud music. A huge crowd of people came around the corner. Everyone was dressed in costumes and bright colors. One dude was dressed as a rabbit. Another had a giant, flashing, neon sword. Everyone was laughing, dancing, and singing, as very loud dance music blared from a portable sound system.
“This is a new type of dance party!” someone shouted into a microphone, “Join us!” The participants fanned out through the station, encouraging onlookers to join them. “Don’t just stand there!” said the man with the microphone, “This works better if everyone is dancing!”
I approached two participants along the edge of the crowd.
“What is this?” I asked.
“We’re not exactly sure,” they answered. “We joined two hours ago, and still haven’t quite figured it out.” After a few more minutes of dancing in Penn Station, the dance party moved on, heading for another location…

via humansofnewyork / 11 months ago / 7,171 notes
humansofnewyork:

"English is a very precise language. I like to use it when I’m describing technical things. But when I’m talking about my feelings, I find it easier to use Spanish.""Why is Spanish best for describing feelings?""Latin people have a lot of feelings. So they have a lot of words to describe them."

humansofnewyork:

"English is a very precise language. I like to use it when I’m describing technical things. But when I’m talking about my feelings, I find it easier to use Spanish."
"Why is Spanish best for describing feelings?"
"Latin people have a lot of feelings. So they have a lot of words to describe them."

via humansofnewyork / 11 months ago / 12,378 notes
sebastianbieniek:

Sebastian Bieniek, 2013. “Doublefaced No. 23”. From the serial of photographs “Doublefaced”

sebastianbieniek:

Sebastian Bieniek, 2013. “Doublefaced No. 23”. From the serial of photographs “Doublefaced”

(Source: sebastianbieniek.com)

via scrimz / 11 months ago / 79 notes
langleav:

New book Love & Misadventure now available online from Amazon + Barnes & Noble and major bookstores including Barnes & Noble, Kinokuniya, Fully Booked, Periplus, Waterstones, Indigo/Chapters + more. 

langleav:

New book Love & Misadventure now available online from Amazon + Barnes & Noble and major bookstores including Barnes & Noble, Kinokuniya, Fully Booked, Periplus, Waterstones, Indigo/Chapters + more. 

via unbreakbroken / 11 months ago / 134,289 notes
hazfuckedlou:

nickxactly:

I love how they just fucking throw that last domino.

WAIT DID SOMEONE THROW A DOMINO AT IT BECAUSE THAT ONE PART DIDNT FALL IM DYiNG

hazfuckedlou:

nickxactly:

I love how they just fucking throw that last domino.

WAIT DID SOMEONE THROW A DOMINO AT IT BECAUSE THAT ONE PART DIDNT FALL IM DYiNG

via nancyhoque / 11 months ago / 485,122 notes

❝ That ‘writers write’ is meant to be self-evident. People like to say it. I find it is hardly ever true. Writers drink. Writers rant. Writers phone. Writers sleep. I have met very few writers who write at all. ❞

Renata Adler (via thessaly)

via nickmiller / 11 months ago / 1,676 notes
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