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There’s a light in all of us

10:09 PM   ·   914 notes

fotojournalismus:

A boy sleeps amid the rubble of his destroyed house in Gaza Strip on Sept. 1, 2014. (Ahmed Hjazy/Pacific Press/Barcoft Media)

fotojournalismus:

A boy sleeps amid the rubble of his destroyed house in Gaza Strip on Sept. 1, 2014. (Ahmed Hjazy/Pacific Press/Barcoft Media)

9:20 PM   ·   36,819 notes

salikawood:

The UnderwoodsThere are two kinds of pain. The sort of pain that makes you strong, or useless pain. The sort of pain that’s only suffering. I have no patience for useless things. 

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8:45 PM   ·   1,404 notes


Branches of an Almond Tree in Blossom (Interpretation in Red), 1890, by Vincent van Gogh

Branches of an Almond Tree in Blossom (Interpretation in Red), 1890, by Vincent van Gogh

7:11 PM   ·   26,104 notes

Title: Bottom Of The River
Artist: Delta Rae
Played: 5523 times

megaweapon:

"Don’t you lift him—let him drown alive,
The good Lord speaks like a rolling thunder.
Let that fever make the water rise,
And let that river run dry.”

6:38 PM   ·   919 notes

“Just because you see the lion’s teeth, don’t assume that the lion is smiling”

5:06 PM   ·   3,253 notes

COHLE’S POV FX: out the window, he sees the FLOCK OF BLACKBIRDS lift into the sky in a tight cluster, and in a pointillistic abstraction, they seem to suddenly form a WOMAN’S PORTRAIT—
—Then immediately the birds scatter into a looser grouping, the picture gone. The flock keeps swaying over the field like a phantom thumbprint— (x

4:26 PM   ·   763 notes

jaimelannister:

Photographer Richard Peters sat in his car and from a distance watched the fox hunting, just enjoying the performance. The fox was listening for rodents under the snow, then leaping high to pounce down on the unsuspecting prey. It was too far away to photograph, and so when it disappeared and suddenly reappeared, on a snow bank level with the car window, Richard was taken by surprise. “It was already in pounce position, and I barely had time to lift the camera before it leapt up into the air almost clean out of my field of view. I managed to get a sequence of the leap, but I love this quirky image best, which gives a real sense of just how high these wonderful animals can jump.”

jaimelannister:

Photographer Richard Peters sat in his car and from a distance watched the fox hunting, just enjoying the performance. The fox was listening for rodents under the snow, then leaping high to pounce down on the unsuspecting prey. It was too far away to photograph, and so when it disappeared and suddenly reappeared, on a snow bank level with the car window, Richard was taken by surprise. “It was already in pounce position, and I barely had time to lift the camera before it leapt up into the air almost clean out of my field of view. I managed to get a sequence of the leap, but I love this quirky image best, which gives a real sense of just how high these wonderful animals can jump.

2:03 PM   ·   16,084 notes

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