In the hapless pursuit of perfection

12th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Ouwe Paparazzi with 239 notes

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5th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Design Binge with 372,300 notes

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5th July 2014

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margadirube:

untrustyou:Santiago Vanegas  Antarctica, 2009

margadirube:

untrustyou:Santiago Vanegas  Antarctica, 2009

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5th July 2014

Photo reblogged from indigoblue with 189 notes

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1st July 2014

Photo reblogged from Airows with 2,476 notes

29th June 2014

Photo reblogged from FROM THERE TO SOMEWHERE with 32,280 notes

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27th June 2014

Photoset reblogged from Cross Connect with 837 notes

cross-connect:

Alessandro Puccinelli (born 1969) is a professional photographer, living between Italy and Portugal (previously).

All my personal works are about the sea, 
as the presence of the ocean in my everyday life is a balancing factor that helps me reconnect with that internal equilibrium which, as a human being I, all too easily, lose.

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret

25th June 2014

Photo reblogged from Airows with 307 notes

23rd June 2014

Photo reblogged from the last pale light in the west with 234 notes

thealphagentleman:

Georgie ∆

thealphagentleman:

Georgie ∆

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23rd June 2014

Quote reblogged from the last pale light in the west with 2,451 notes

The gift of a mixtape was very personal. Often they were made for exactly one person, no one else. A radio program with one listener. Each song, carefully chosen, with love and humor, as if to say, “This is who I am, and by this tape you will know me better.” The song choice and sequence allowed the giver to say what one might be too shy to say outright. The songs contained on a mixtape from a lover were scrutinized carefully for clues and metaphors that might reveal the nuances and deeper meanings secreted in the emotional cargo. Other people’s music—ordered and collected in infinitely imaginative ways—became a new form of expression.
How Music Works, David Byrne (via ratsoff)

(via thealphagentleman)

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