hindsight

striboga:

sonder-x:

sssummertime-sadness:

sizvideos:

Watch the video of this incredible advert

speechless

so fucking sad

Just shows me that people love to bitch, but they don’t like to really do anything about what they’re bitching about.

Its really sad.

twistedcysts:

hellotimbuktu:

There is a man out there … who rescues owls …

hope in humanity restored.

Living the dream.

intergalacticscum:

jenesaypah:

Immie’s bed (most perfect place/room ever)

:/

teenagebillofrights:

What’s it like to be a teenager in New York these days?
Photographer Ilana Panich-Linsman explores that world in Fifteen.
See some highlights on our Youth Culture Blog.
New Yorkers of all ages can see Teenage next Friday March 14th at Sunshine Cinemas!

teenagebillofrights:

What’s it like to be a teenager in New York these days?

Photographer Ilana Panich-Linsman explores that world in Fifteen.

See some highlights on our Youth Culture Blog.

New Yorkers of all ages can see Teenage next Friday March 14th at Sunshine Cinemas!

inrainbovvs:

this is me when i want to be cuddled

gasstation:

Nan Goldin

untrustyou:

Mark S. Wexler
The ‘pole of cold’ region in northeastern Siberia is the coldest permanently inhabited place on earth, especially the region centered around Oymyakon and Verkhoyansk where January temperatures average around -65°F. During the Soviet era children underwent ultraviolet treatment to make up for the long, dark, and cold Siberian winters with the consequent lack of sunlight.

untrustyou:

Mark S. Wexler

The ‘pole of cold’ region in northeastern Siberia is the coldest permanently inhabited place on earth, especially the region centered around Oymyakon and Verkhoyansk where January temperatures average around -65°F. During the Soviet era children underwent ultraviolet treatment to make up for the long, dark, and cold Siberian winters with the consequent lack of sunlight.

endthymes:

Guy Bourdin, Polaroids

endthymes:

Guy Bourdin, Polaroids