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untrustyou:

Ren Hang

richwhitelesbian:

bro i love sports and women. i got to like 8th base with this hot babe “8th base whats that” she took me to the house she grew up in and showed me pictures of her dead relatives. We sat in the living room and she told me the stories of her life that lead to that moment. Like quicksand they, and that moment were gone and we left back into the cold world which we’d been spat into. It was raining

Hemingway is that you?

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blastedheath:

Nils Dardel (Swedish, 1888-1943), Den drunknade flickan I [The drowned girl I], 1919. Gouache on paper, 36 x 50 cm.

blastedheath:

Nils Dardel (Swedish, 1888-1943), Den drunknade flickan I [The drowned girl I], 1919. Gouache on paper, 36 x 50 cm.

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micmojo:

viktoria on Flickr.
Rolleiflex 2.8F Kodak Tri-x

micmojo:

viktoria on Flickr.

Rolleiflex 2.8F
Kodak Tri-x

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cameraleaks:

© David Harriman

cameraleaks:

© David Harriman

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untrustyou:

Michael George

jessehimself:

Do not test Reza Aslan.

We must train and retain our ability to listen and process critically.

amen.

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Sometimes I remind myself that I almost skipped the party, that I almost went to a different college, that the whim of a minute could have changed everything and everyone. Our lives, so settled, so specific, are built on happenstance.
— Anna Quindlen, Every Last One  (via larmoyante)

^^^^^^^^^ !!!!!!

…you were free of everything except what was unquestionably locked within yourself.
Franz Kafka, from Letters To Milena  (via panda—)

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untrustyou:

Daniel Taub
Desires,
memories, fears,
passions form labyrinths in which
we lose and find and
then lose ourselves again.
— Bernhard Schlink, from The Reader  (via litverve)

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mpdrolet:

Emma Hartvig
vvolare:

Katrin Greiling
I have faith in nights.
— Rainer Maria Rilke  (via augustuszeus)

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newyorker:

Evan Osnos on Ian Teh’s photographs of Chinese landscapes:

“It might be tempting to see Teh’s work as a retreat from our moment, a search for timelessness. That would be a mistake. This series is an alarm, an announcement of terrible beauty, heralding the advancing threat that we pose to our planet.”

Photographs by Ian Teh.

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