kolbisneat:

Hey let’s end the week with another irrational fear!
Sometimes I think about the possibility that a satellite could fall out of the sky and get me when I’m least expecting it (Mean Girls bus-style). Flower pots and beer bottles also cause me to occasionally glance up when walking down the street in the summer.
I like to be prepared for the worst and appreciate when it doesn’t happen. It’s like a twisted optimism.

kolbisneat:

Hey let’s end the week with another irrational fear!

Sometimes I think about the possibility that a satellite could fall out of the sky and get me when I’m least expecting it (Mean Girls bus-style). Flower pots and beer bottles also cause me to occasionally glance up when walking down the street in the summer.

I like to be prepared for the worst and appreciate when it doesn’t happen. It’s like a twisted optimism.





instagram:

This Weekend’s Hashtag Project: #WHPbehindthelens

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes & hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a photo announcing the weekend’s project every Friday.

The goal this weekend is to capture self-portrait photographs! Some tips to help get you started: download a self timer application, if you don’t have a tripod try using rubber bands to secure your phone to something sturdy, and don’t be afraid to use props to add some depth. Try to think outside the box! Mirror portraits can be fantastic, but just remember that your self portrait should be a unique representation of who you are, so don’t be afraid to challenge yourself as a photographer.

PROJECT RULES: Please only add the hashtag #WHPbehindthelensto photos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any image taken then tagged over the weekend is eligible to be featured right here Monday morning!




minusmanhattan:

Virginia Placement by Stephen Mallon. 

minusmanhattan:

Virginia Placement by Stephen Mallon. 




senseibarry:

Do zombies have allergies?
If you’re allergic to something and you die, will the walking corpse version of you also suffer from that same allergy? Let’s say you’re allergic to gluten. Would eating the brains of a glutinous gluten-eater make your zombie belly ache? Or do the after dead have some sort of invincibility cloak when it comes to allergies? Please let me know if you or anyone else you know has the answer to this question. It’s important.

senseibarry:

Do zombies have allergies?

If you’re allergic to something and you die, will the walking corpse version of you also suffer from that same allergy? Let’s say you’re allergic to gluten. Would eating the brains of a glutinous gluten-eater make your zombie belly ache? Or do the after dead have some sort of invincibility cloak when it comes to allergies? Please let me know if you or anyone else you know has the answer to this question. It’s important.



burberry:

Flavio Sarahyba
Photographed by Tiago Petrik in Rio de Janeiro
Editor - Noo mag

burberry:

Flavio Sarahyba

Photographed by Tiago Petrik in Rio de Janeiro

Editor - Noo mag




theparisreview:

What will be the last bookI read? Woolf’s finest work,the only one I shunned?The Turgenev noveleveryone disdains?End Game in Poetry,a just-uncovered workby Grandmaster Borges,or Dinesen’s stories,seeking for a fourth timethe mercy of my eyes?What will be in my handsthe morning they find me?A dog-eared Borzoi,or sassy new Penguin?A pockmarked Pantheon,or pristine Random House?And will the failed-poetcoroner claim foul playand confiscate the thing?Will the book then appearin a dealer’s locked case,scarred by marginaliaclaimed to be authentic,where I propose a brieftying-up-of-ends-typepoem? Or will the last bookbe the one that I wroteand never could abide,but could read that nightwith kinder eyes, and whomI turned slowly to greetlike a long-lost daughter?—Robert Richman, “The Last Book”Photography Credit Fay Yu

theparisreview:

What will be the last book
I read? Woolf’s finest work,
the only one I shunned?
The Turgenev novel
everyone disdains?
End Game in Poetry,
a just-uncovered work
by Grandmaster Borges,
or Dinesen’s stories,
seeking for a fourth time
the mercy of my eyes?
What will be in my hands
the morning they find me?
A dog-eared Borzoi,
or sassy new Penguin?
A pockmarked Pantheon,
or pristine Random House?
And will the failed-poet
coroner claim foul play
and confiscate the thing?
Will the book then appear
in a dealer’s locked case,
scarred by marginalia
claimed to be authentic,
where I propose a brief
tying-up-of-ends-type
poem? Or will the last book
be the one that I wrote
and never could abide,
but could read that night
with kinder eyes, and whom
I turned slowly to greet
like a long-lost daughter?

Robert Richman, “The Last Book”
Photography Credit Fay Yu



penreadygallery:

Do you have fall on your mind?

In the comments credit: Olympus Visionary pro photographer Jamie A MacDonald uses the double exposure on the OM-D E-M5 with the 45mm f1.8 lens. 

penreadygallery:

Do you have fall on your mind?

In the comments credit: Olympus Visionary pro photographer Jamie A MacDonald uses the double exposure on the OM-D E-M5 with the 45mm f1.8 lens. 




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