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A simple architect-wanna-be, full of passion about photography, and delighted with all the simple and great things that world has to offer.

30secondstomars:

Recognize this? 30 Seconds to Mars in Manchester UK  2013

Coisa mai linda :D


aspiring-plant:

how about taking a minute to appreciate how fucking cool that movie is

aspiring-plant:

how about taking a minute to appreciate how fucking cool that movie is


unitedpiecesofanukphotos:

By the sea - Leça da Palmeira, Porto, Portugal.
This photo was taken during a nice walk by the sea with an amazing person and great friend. :)
More pics after the break
;)

unitedpiecesofanukphotos:

By the sea - Leça da Palmeira, Porto, Portugal.

This photo was taken during a nice walk by the sea with an amazing person and great friend. :)

More pics after the break

;)


evilswan:

"Oh, it’s so much fun. She is elegant, beautiful and a little wicked. You know, I have my horns which I love and I didn’t want to take them off. I wanted to wear them all the time. She is my favorite Disney character."


Hairdressing reference stills of Judy Garland for The Wizard of Oz (1939)


unitedpiecesofanukphotos:

I loved the sky reflected on the windows and behind the building - Rome,Italy.
More photos after the break ;)

unitedpiecesofanukphotos:

I loved the sky reflected on the windows and behind the building - Rome,Italy.

More photos after the break ;)


equal-rights-yoshi:

infamousvikas:

eb-n-flow:

awhsnapcountrygirl:

gerrardly:


Yesterday my mom posted a picture on Facebook of my 5 year old brother Sam wearing a pair of shoes he picked out for his first day of preschool.She explained to him in the store that they were really made for girls. Sam then told her that he didn’t care and that “ninjas can wear pink shoes too.”Sam went to preschool and got several compliments on his new shoes. Not one kid said anything negative toward him about it.
However, my mom received about 20 comments on the photo from various family members saying how “wrong” it is and how “things like this will affect him socially” and, put most eloquently by my great aunt, “that shit will turn him gay.”
My mom then deleted the photo and told Sam that he can wear whatever he wants to preschool, that it’s his decision. If he wants to wear pink shoes, he can wear pink shoes.
Sam then explained to her that he didn’t like them because they were pink, he liked them because they were “made out of zebras” and zebras are his favorite animal :)
What does it say about society when a group of adults could stand to take a lesson in humanity from a class of preschoolers?

equal-rights-yoshi:

infamousvikas:

eb-n-flow:

awhsnapcountrygirl:

gerrardly:

Yesterday my mom posted a picture on Facebook of my 5 year old brother Sam wearing a pair of shoes he picked out for his first day of preschool.

She explained to him in the store that they were really made for girls. Sam then told her that he didn’t care and that “ninjas can wear pink shoes too.”

Sam went to preschool and got several compliments on his new shoes. Not one kid said anything negative toward him about it.

However, my mom received about 20 comments on the photo from various family members saying how “wrong” it is and how “things like this will affect him socially” and, put most eloquently by my great aunt, “that shit will turn him gay.”

My mom then deleted the photo and told Sam that he can wear whatever he wants to preschool, that it’s his decision. If he wants to wear pink shoes, he can wear pink shoes.

Sam then explained to her that he didn’t like them because they were pink, he liked them because they were “made out of zebras” and zebras are his favorite animal :)

What does it say about society when a group of adults could stand to take a lesson in humanity from a class of preschoolers?


You always seem to find yourself
reading yourself into their words.
When they talk about the warmth
inside of their body, you think of
the warmth that they have
stored inside of you. This is not
a way of moving on, and this
is not a moment that has
been made for you. This is
a wake-up call. A 3 a.m.
confession of what life could
have been like if they would have
just stayed and fought for you
instead of fighting against
the love that you surrendered
when you thought that this
was the only way of keeping
what you have become used to.
But now that they are gone,
and there are no signs of returning,
you know that their absence
is something you have to
grow familiar with,
instead of grow against.

"In-between the lines," - Colleen Brown (via mostlyfiction)

lostsplendor:

Kenyan woman and chevrotain, Mombasa c. 1909 via imgur.com

lostsplendor:

Kenyan woman and chevrotain, Mombasa c. 1909 via imgur.com


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