I want to rip off your logic
and make passionate sense to you.
- jeffrey mcdaniel

15th September 2014

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(Retired) #ballerinaproject

(Retired) #ballerinaproject

15th September 2014

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Film Anthology Archives - NYC

Film Anthology Archives - NYC

10th September 2014

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likeafieldmouse:

Jacob van Loon - Selections from the ongoing series Schaeffer 

1. Lions’ Den

2. Cavity

3. Cavern

4. Invertebrate

5. Quiet Pour

6. 43.217114 | -88.264342

7. Crossfader I

8. Crossfader I (detail)

9. Shorn West

10. Short West (detail)

View more of the series on Behance

Purchase prints from the series here

10th September 2014

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Last image before the mauling

Last image before the mauling

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25th January 2014

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15th January 2014

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hick-ups:

A photograph from the 1870’s showing tens of thousands of bison skulls. They were mass slaughtered by the U.S. Army to make room for cattle and force Native American tribes into starvation.

“Far from inciting feelings of disgust or horror, the slaughter of bison was seen by European settlers as a means to wealth, a healthy pastime, and most chilling of all, as a way to end the primary source of sustenance for the Plains Indians and so drive them from their land.”
The Near Annihilation of America’s Buffalo

stay-human:

hick-ups:

A photograph from the 1870’s showing tens of thousands of bison skulls. They were mass slaughtered by the U.S. Army to make room for cattle and force Native American tribes into starvation.

Far from inciting feelings of disgust or horror, the slaughter of bison was seen by European settlers as a means to wealth, a healthy pastime, and most chilling of all, as a way to end the primary source of sustenance for the Plains Indians and so drive them from their land.

The Near Annihilation of America’s Buffalo

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15th July 2013

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15th July 2013

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Sanskrit has ninety-six words for love; ancient Persian has eighty, Greek three, and English only one. This is indicative of the poverty of awareness or emphasis that we give to that tremendously important realm of feeling. Eskimos have thirty words for snow, because it is a life-and death matter to them to have exact information about the element they live with so intimately. If we had a vocabulary of thirty words for love … we would immediately be richer and more intelligent in this human element so close to our heart. An Eskimo probably would die of clumsiness if he had only one word for snow; we are close to dying of loneliness because we have only one word for love. Of all the Western languages, English may be the most lacking when it come to feeling.
— Robert Johnson, Fisher King (via yasodhara)

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3rd July 2013

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3rd July 2013

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showslow:

Map Drawings by Ed Fairburn 

3rd July 2013

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Unfortunately, some of my Senate colleagues do not believe in trusting women with their reproductive organs. It’s amazing to me that they do not trust women with a choice, but they trust them with a child.
— Senator Leticia Van de Putte (x(via jillhamburger)

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29th June 2013

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There is no exquisite beauty without some strangeness in the proportion.
— Edgar Allan Poe (via indicio)

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5th June 2013

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5th June 2013

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mynameisyentl:

Selfie on Flickr.

mynameisyentl:

Selfie on Flickr.

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5th June 2013

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We are put on this planet only once, and to limit ourselves to the familiar is a crime against our minds.
— Roger Ebert (via likeafieldmouse)