1. 4gifs:

They see me rollin. [video]

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    4gifs:

    They see me rollin. [video]

    wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii safetyhandrails

    (Source: ForGIFs.com, via giantpandaphotos)

  2. reportagebygettyimages:

    In June 2012, Shannon Jensen was on the northern border of South Sudan as 30,000 people were fleeing the conflict in Blue Nile state. As a way of showing the plight of the refugees in a new way, she decided to focus on a telling detail - their shoes. Says Jensen: “The incredible array of worn-down, ill-fitting, and jerry-rigged shoes formed a silent testimony of the arduous nature of the trek, the persistence and ingenuity of their owners, and the diversity of these individuals thrown together by tragic circumstance”

    Jensen, a Reportage Featured Contributor, was awarded the 2014 Inge Morath Award in order to continue the project with subject interviews. See more images from ‘A Long Walk.’

  3. leslieseuffert:

    Melih Dönmezer (Turkey)  High Contrast Photo Manipulations, 2014

    (via theblackballerina)

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  5. englishfreakxoxo01:

    dynastylnoire:

    absolute-tripper:

    asylum-art:

    Martín De Pasquale:Photography

    this is fucking with my head woah

    whoaaaaaaaa

    wicked

    (via allthefucksidontgive)

  6. dawnawakened:

    Revisited: Serena Malyon, Tilt-Shifted Van Gogh Paintings (2010)

    "After seeing how tilt-shift photography could make real world scenes appear like miniature models, Serena Malyon, a third-year art student, decided to simulate the effect on Van Gogh’s famous paintings. Using Photoshop, she manipulated the light and adjusted the focus to make us see these paintings in ways we could have never imagined.

    Amazingly, nothing in these paintings was changed, added or removed. The incredible illusions are all created by the magic of Photoshop.” - Alice

    (via allthefucksidontgive)

  7. 
La collectionneuse (1967), dir. Eric Rohmer

    La collectionneuse (1967), dir. Eric Rohmer

    (Source: heavenhillgirl, via sosreelthoughts)

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Katrina Prado. 20. Manila, Philippines.

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