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should not even try looking at tumblr tonight.

need to go get sleep. 

posted on July 28th with 60
newyorkcityfeelings:

Empire State Building by Nathan Camarillo

newyorkcityfeelings:

Empire State Building by Nathan Camarillo

posted on July 27th with 49

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posted on July 22nd with 4859
brideshead-deserted:

Irish Wolfhound and polo ponies at Errol Park.

brideshead-deserted:

Irish Wolfhound and polo ponies at Errol Park.

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posted on July 22nd with 210
highenoughtoseethesea:

A good friend once told me there are three crucial players in every great surf shot: the surfer, the wave and the photographer.
Surf photography is no easy day job. Instead, it’s more often a way of life, one that requires an acute understanding of both one’s equipment and one’s surroundings, commands an unwavering respect for the ocean and a knack for being in the right place at the right time.  It’s a labor of love that often has little to no monetary payout, yet carries an immeasurable reward.
There’s a story behind every viewfinder.  Many of you have even asked me about mine - what got me started, where I’ve been, what camera I bought as a beginner, what I’m using now.  We are all fortunate to be able to scroll through powerful surf imagery on our dashboards each day, and I wanted to give a glimpse at some of the industry’s finest photographers and their journeys.
In case you missed it, click here to see the interview I did with Ryan Miller.  Look for more from other photographers in the next couple of weeks.

Photo above: Brian Bielmann

highenoughtoseethesea:

A good friend once told me there are three crucial players in every great surf shot: the surfer, the wave and the photographer.

Surf photography is no easy day job. Instead, it’s more often a way of life, one that requires an acute understanding of both one’s equipment and one’s surroundings, commands an unwavering respect for the ocean and a knack for being in the right place at the right time.  It’s a labor of love that often has little to no monetary payout, yet carries an immeasurable reward.

There’s a story behind every viewfinder.  Many of you have even asked me about mine - what got me started, where I’ve been, what camera I bought as a beginner, what I’m using now.  We are all fortunate to be able to scroll through powerful surf imagery on our dashboards each day, and I wanted to give a glimpse at some of the industry’s finest photographers and their journeys.

In case you missed it, click here to see the interview I did with Ryan Miller.  Look for more from other photographers in the next couple of weeks.

Photo above: Brian Bielmann

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posted on July 21st with 35
newyorkcityfeelings:

New York City by Joseph Klibansky

newyorkcityfeelings:

New York City by Joseph Klibansky

"Growth is painful. Change is painful.But nothing is as painful as staying stuck somewhere you don’t belong."

Mandy Hale (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

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"Navy Blue" by The Story So Far

"Wish You Were Here" by Pink Floyd

imasoldieroflife said: So you have free reign to rant your heart out: Hairspray.

ivegothighhopes:

Hairspray:Biggest issue with society?

holy shit. 
that we fucking kill each other. 
Fuck politics, fuck religion, We’re all the same. We humans. we have one shot at life and we get 75 odd years to make a go of it.
It astounds me people choose to spend that time ruining other peoples lives and taking people from this earth. 
in the last few days we’ve seen so many innocent people be taken reason that are not worth it. 
we’ve seen a plane shot down and we’ve seen humans break Gaza and all people involved
we’ve seen 2 world wars and so many others. 
when the fuck are we going to learn killing each other is not the answer. 

You can never be right enough to make taking someone else’s life ok. 

He aha te mea nui o te ao? 
He tangata! He tangata! He tangata!
What is the most important thing in the world? 
It is people! It is people! It is people!

That little proverb means so, so much to me because its so true. 
no God is worth killing for, because that is not in any God’s nature. 

No political regime is worth killing people. 

We are humans at the end of the day, we are people. this life is about people. my life is about people and I refuse to believe I was born to ever take another innocent persons life. 

He aha te mea nui o te ao? 
He tangata! He tangata! He tangata!
What is the most important thing in the world? 
It is people! It is people! It is people!

posted on July 21st with 6422

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