Inspiration for A. M. Shaffer
Far from the twisted reach of crazy sorrow...
Inspiration for A. M. Shaffer
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Frecks.
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chrisburkard:

Exploring the Oregon coast has been unreal.. The diversity of landscapes makes this place one of most exciting locations I have photographed in a long time..
My favorite images so far have been from exploring the nights sky.. This photo had the help of a fishing boat to light up the cliff while I shot a 30 minute exposure..
For camera details and location out @traveloregon #traveloregon
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magnusatom:

The artists over at Pictoplasma academy are producing some pretty amazing stuff.


Okay.
magnusatom:

The artists over at Pictoplasma academy are producing some pretty amazing stuff.


Okay.
magnusatom:

The artists over at Pictoplasma academy are producing some pretty amazing stuff.


Okay.
magnusatom:

The artists over at Pictoplasma academy are producing some pretty amazing stuff.


Okay.
magnusatom:

The artists over at Pictoplasma academy are producing some pretty amazing stuff.


Okay.
magnusatom:

The artists over at Pictoplasma academy are producing some pretty amazing stuff.


Okay.
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#Oregon coast. #portlandphotomonth
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Nobody throws coins at Sigur Ròs.
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mpdrolet:

Michal Brezinsky


Light.
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schoolgirlskank:

anorsexic:

Julia Butterfly Hill lived in a 180 ft tall, roughly 1500 year old California Redwood tree for 738 days between December 10, 1997 and December 18, 1999. Hill lived in the tree, affectionately known as “Luna,” to prevent Pacific Lumber Company loggers from cutting it down.

she wrote a book about her time in the tree its really crazy at one point shes sobbing and she hugs the tree and the tree starts like pouring sap!! and it wasnt the time of year it would do that or anything


Plants have been documented to respond to human interaction. It’s super creepy because we’re assholes that eat a lot of plants. Vegans will probably be attacked most viciously.
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justmakemexscream:

Ludovic Taillandier 

Light.
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justmakemexscream:

Fox Harvard
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dailyactress:

Eva Mendes in Flare Magazine, Canada May 2014 Issue
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This was to document a moment of forest light so beautiful, no camera can possibly capture it. This is also a reminder that your own eyes are exponentially more sensitive to the value of light than any technology conceived by man. Nature is incredible. #portlandphotomonth