alonglostwish:

comparing my eyes with my cats! i’m weird xD

no you’re not! ;)

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The Craziest Things Gary Busey Has Said

16 of the most wonderful, absurd things he’s ever said out loud.

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Musician Albert Hammond Jr. and model Agyness Deyn in Vogue.

(Source: Vogue)

fotojournalismus:

ID pictures of prisoners under Taliban rule inside Kunduz Jail. Northern Afghanistan, 2001.
[Credit : Alexandra Boulat]

fotojournalismus:

ID pictures of prisoners under Taliban rule inside Kunduz Jail. Northern Afghanistan, 2001.

[Credit : Alexandra Boulat]

bookspaperscissors:

extra terrestrial, Amelia Bauer

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My three favorite Photo Booth effects:

  • Comic Book
  • Glow
  • Color Pencil

(yes, because I look better with them)

I finally made a seperate blog for my pictures.

follow me at anyonecantakepictures for some awful and/or wonderful pictures :)

Sofia’s Dog by Me

Sofia’s Dog by Me

It Was Ending by Me


Near-Death by me

Near-Death by me


Over Troubled Waters by me

Over Troubled Waters by me

crookedindifference:

Yosemite’s Golden Horsetail Fall

If you head to Yosemite National Park this time of year and stop by Horsetail Fall at just the right time, you might see something spectacular: As the sun sinks low in the sky, the waterfall glows with streaks of gold and yellow — and it looks just like molten lava.

Photographers like Michael Frye flock to the park every February to try to capture the phenomenon.

“It’s this narrow ribbon of water falling from this high cliff, the eastern buttress of [the El Capitan rock formation],” he says. “Just that narrow little ribbon of water is lit and everything else around it is dark. And with the right light, that water can turn orange or even red.”

According to Frye, what makes Horsetail Fall so unique is its topography: The waterfall is perched high on an open cliff where it can catch light from the sunset — but not just any sunset.

“It’s this brief window of light around the third week of February where the sun sets at just the right angle to light Horsetail Fall just as it’s sinking,” Frye says.

(via owlcutyou)

brain-food:

Russian artist Dmitry Maximov,  created this fascinating set called, Invaded by Little Aliens. Using a mix of photography and illustration to create micro worlds, centered of solitude, where strange creatures seem to explore the world. (via koikoikoi)

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