ravivora:

yosemite national park
photos by Ravi Vora
ravivora:

yosemite national park
photos by Ravi Vora
ravivora:

yosemite national park
photos by Ravi Vora
ravivora:

yosemite national park
photos by Ravi Vora

ravivora:

yosemite national park

photos by Ravi Vora

thesylverlining:

ALMOST. JUST A LITTLE MORE.

thesylverlining:

ALMOST. JUST A LITTLE MORE.

(Source: pythonprincen)

1956- Gordon Parks documented the everyday lives of an extended black family living in rural Alabama under Jim Crow segregation for Life magazine’s photo-essay “The Restraints: Open and Hidden.” (via)

"I’m not where I need to be, but thank god I’m not where I used to be."
— (via mileyfornia)

(Source: grandmastermellemel)

(Source: movie-addicted)

asylum-art:

Tatiana Kazakova's Floating Worlds
on Behance, Facebook
Tatiana Kazakova is a graphic designer and illustrator based out of Moscow. Her unreal creations combine elements of the mundane with the fantastical, presenting strange images of flying saucers whizzing through ancient Japan, or floating islands of rock and ice sailing through abstract spaces. Most of Kazakova’s work begins as a pencil illustration or collage that is then edited and refined digitally, and the resulting otherworldly depictions are often featured in advertising campaigns, on book covers, and as clothing designs.
asylum-art:

Tatiana Kazakova's Floating Worlds
on Behance, Facebook
Tatiana Kazakova is a graphic designer and illustrator based out of Moscow. Her unreal creations combine elements of the mundane with the fantastical, presenting strange images of flying saucers whizzing through ancient Japan, or floating islands of rock and ice sailing through abstract spaces. Most of Kazakova’s work begins as a pencil illustration or collage that is then edited and refined digitally, and the resulting otherworldly depictions are often featured in advertising campaigns, on book covers, and as clothing designs.
asylum-art:

Tatiana Kazakova's Floating Worlds
on Behance, Facebook
Tatiana Kazakova is a graphic designer and illustrator based out of Moscow. Her unreal creations combine elements of the mundane with the fantastical, presenting strange images of flying saucers whizzing through ancient Japan, or floating islands of rock and ice sailing through abstract spaces. Most of Kazakova’s work begins as a pencil illustration or collage that is then edited and refined digitally, and the resulting otherworldly depictions are often featured in advertising campaigns, on book covers, and as clothing designs.
asylum-art:

Tatiana Kazakova's Floating Worlds
on Behance, Facebook
Tatiana Kazakova is a graphic designer and illustrator based out of Moscow. Her unreal creations combine elements of the mundane with the fantastical, presenting strange images of flying saucers whizzing through ancient Japan, or floating islands of rock and ice sailing through abstract spaces. Most of Kazakova’s work begins as a pencil illustration or collage that is then edited and refined digitally, and the resulting otherworldly depictions are often featured in advertising campaigns, on book covers, and as clothing designs.
asylum-art:

Tatiana Kazakova's Floating Worlds
on Behance, Facebook
Tatiana Kazakova is a graphic designer and illustrator based out of Moscow. Her unreal creations combine elements of the mundane with the fantastical, presenting strange images of flying saucers whizzing through ancient Japan, or floating islands of rock and ice sailing through abstract spaces. Most of Kazakova’s work begins as a pencil illustration or collage that is then edited and refined digitally, and the resulting otherworldly depictions are often featured in advertising campaigns, on book covers, and as clothing designs.
asylum-art:

Tatiana Kazakova's Floating Worlds
on Behance, Facebook
Tatiana Kazakova is a graphic designer and illustrator based out of Moscow. Her unreal creations combine elements of the mundane with the fantastical, presenting strange images of flying saucers whizzing through ancient Japan, or floating islands of rock and ice sailing through abstract spaces. Most of Kazakova’s work begins as a pencil illustration or collage that is then edited and refined digitally, and the resulting otherworldly depictions are often featured in advertising campaigns, on book covers, and as clothing designs.
asylum-art:

Tatiana Kazakova's Floating Worlds
on Behance, Facebook
Tatiana Kazakova is a graphic designer and illustrator based out of Moscow. Her unreal creations combine elements of the mundane with the fantastical, presenting strange images of flying saucers whizzing through ancient Japan, or floating islands of rock and ice sailing through abstract spaces. Most of Kazakova’s work begins as a pencil illustration or collage that is then edited and refined digitally, and the resulting otherworldly depictions are often featured in advertising campaigns, on book covers, and as clothing designs.
asylum-art:

Tatiana Kazakova's Floating Worlds
on Behance, Facebook
Tatiana Kazakova is a graphic designer and illustrator based out of Moscow. Her unreal creations combine elements of the mundane with the fantastical, presenting strange images of flying saucers whizzing through ancient Japan, or floating islands of rock and ice sailing through abstract spaces. Most of Kazakova’s work begins as a pencil illustration or collage that is then edited and refined digitally, and the resulting otherworldly depictions are often featured in advertising campaigns, on book covers, and as clothing designs.
asylum-art:

Tatiana Kazakova's Floating Worlds
on Behance, Facebook
Tatiana Kazakova is a graphic designer and illustrator based out of Moscow. Her unreal creations combine elements of the mundane with the fantastical, presenting strange images of flying saucers whizzing through ancient Japan, or floating islands of rock and ice sailing through abstract spaces. Most of Kazakova’s work begins as a pencil illustration or collage that is then edited and refined digitally, and the resulting otherworldly depictions are often featured in advertising campaigns, on book covers, and as clothing designs.

asylum-art:

Tatiana Kazakova's Floating Worlds

on Behance, Facebook

Tatiana Kazakova is a graphic designer and illustrator based out of Moscow. Her unreal creations combine elements of the mundane with the fantastical, presenting strange images of flying saucers whizzing through ancient Japan, or floating islands of rock and ice sailing through abstract spaces. Most of Kazakova’s work begins as a pencil illustration or collage that is then edited and refined digitally, and the resulting otherworldly depictions are often featured in advertising campaigns, on book covers, and as clothing designs.

Morning in Prague by Markus Grunau

"

1. Your skin may never be perfect, and that’s okay.

2. Life is too short not to have the underwear, the coffee, and the haircut you want.

3. Everyone (including your family, your coworkers, and your best friend) will talk about you behind your back, and you’ll talk about them too. It doesn’t mean you don’t love each other.

4. It’s okay to spend money on things that make you happy.

5. Sometimes without fault or reason, relationships deteriorate. It will happen when you’re six, it will happen when you’re sixty. That’s life.

"
— Five things I am trying very hard to accept. (via leunq)

(Source: aumoe)

reallyhealy:

xxtrumanblackxx:

tabswithunlimited0s:

1975kisses:

thematthewhealy:

Me // Royal Albert Hall, London

About 20 seconds before I recorded this, Matty turned around from facing George, to the Royal Albert Hall completely lit up with mobile phones, lighters, etc. He was so taken back and literally mouthed “wow”. His face in this short clip says it all - and then he started crying.

I can’t even believe I got to witness it all, and from the second row. I miss it already. Best night of my life.

i’m bawling 

this is so magical

Amazing.

this is my favorite video of a concert from them EVER

torsive:

visvxl:

Manhattan at 6 a.m.

BUT YOU REALLY GOTTA ACTUALLY CLICK ON THE PICTURE.

(Source: davykesey)

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
  2. Aperture: f/5
  3. Exposure: 1/160th
  4. Focal Length: 87mm
"

1. Cut your hair every now and then. Fresh starts are always nicer than you think. Who needs split ends anyways.

2. Pick a song you really like. Listen to that song a lot. And I mean a lot. Dance around your room naked to that song, beat the song lifeless till it annoys the hell out of you. Then pick a new song and go through the same process. We all need to really hear music, we need to understand what the song we are listening to is really about.

3. Paint your toes black, make it as perfect as possible. Then, scratch it off. Remember nothing is permanent.

4. Go on a run with your dog. Try to race him and beat him. Realize you can out run many things. Then go back and pet your dog, realize that some things you need to go back for.

5. Decorate a plain backpack. Glue on sparkles, glitter, diamonds, newspaper and magazine clippings, lace & ribbon, anything else that may fancy you. Remember, you don’t have to be the same person you were a minute ago.

6. Buy some pretty lights and string them up in your room. Turn off all the lights except for one when you go to bed. Remember it isn’t always dark and lonely. Change your perspective.

7. Lay outside one night. Breathe in breathe out. Accept that you are only one person and cannot do everything at one time. You can take your time. The creator of the stars you’re looking up at did not do it all in one day. Pace yourself.

8. Get up every morning and stand in front of the mirror. Naked, fully clothed, backwards, upside down, who cares how, just do it. Observe yourself. Notice the wrinkles under your eyes from laughing a lot. Count your freckles. Admire your ass. Then name 3 things you love about yourself. You need to love yourself.

"
Tips from Blossite on how to be okay with yourself. (via blossite)
"If you want to learn what someone fears losing, watch what they photograph."
— Unknown (via elfyclo)

(Source: foreverthecuriousone)

adviceforvegans:

Say NO to captivity!
adviceforvegans:

Say NO to captivity!
adviceforvegans:

Say NO to captivity!
adviceforvegans:

Say NO to captivity!
adviceforvegans:

Say NO to captivity!
adviceforvegans:

Say NO to captivity!
adviceforvegans:

Say NO to captivity!
adviceforvegans:

Say NO to captivity!
adviceforvegans:

Say NO to captivity!

adviceforvegans:

Say NO to captivity!

(Source: adviceforvegans)

stairs-to-nowhere:

the-fast-and-the-fluffiest:

j-a-s-u:

My friend told me about a watercolouring techinque where you mix sugar and water and after “painting” the paper with the liquid, you add the watercolour.

I wanted to try it out and took a couple of photos…

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I give up arting forever

What the hell

"I don’t pay attention to the
world ending.
It has ended for me
many times
and began again in the morning."
— Nayyirah Waheed  (via daughterofgollum)

(Source: magnifiquementtragique)