cvxn

I'm Hez. please enjoy my internets!
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edithshead:

pattern c. 1940s
Why is he shaving in the middle of the room?Why does that razor need such a long cord?Is he thinking or listening?
So many questions.

edithshead:

pattern c. 1940s

Why is he shaving in the middle of the room?
Why does that razor need such a long cord?
Is he thinking or listening?

So many questions.

iamsosorry:

elderdad:

Found a photoshoot.

My Senior Portraits leaked online!
This is mortifying!

wssrstrm:

omg
Forgotten hairlords of the 80s, “Bogart Co.” have an absolutely perfect video for you to enjoy forever and ever. (h/t to the NoMeansNo Facebook team for unearthing this glorious gem)

Forgotten hairlords of the 80s, “Bogart Co.” have an absolutely perfect video for you to enjoy forever and ever. (h/t to the NoMeansNo Facebook team for unearthing this glorious gem)

stephenfalk:

This is so good.

Wow. 

(Source: popculturebrain)

"One day, my brother, you will learn as I have not to struggle. It only prolongs things."

"One day, my brother, you will learn as I have not to struggle. It only prolongs things."

(Source: lovevenom)

pootee:

Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp Show 2012 - Jack Davey

The textbook definition of A LOT OF LOOK. (But the man purse makes it “Sexy,” in case you can’t read English… or have a merciful lack of eyeballs in your face.)

pootee:

Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp Show 2012 - Jack Davey

The textbook definition of A LOT OF LOOK. (But the man purse makes it “Sexy,” in case you can’t read English… or have a merciful lack of eyeballs in your face.)

lifeaquatic:

/spits out wine/

PLASTIC SWAG

lifeaquatic:

/spits out wine/

PLASTIC SWAG

(Source: lolfactory)

Oh dear.

Oh dear.

tallwhitney:

fotojournalismus:

The remnants of a roller coast sits in the surf three days after Hurricane Sandy came ashore in Seaside Heights, New Jersey November 1, 2012.
[Credit : Steve Nesius/Reuters]

This is the stuff of nightmares, honestly.

tallwhitney:

fotojournalismus:

The remnants of a roller coast sits in the surf three days after Hurricane Sandy came ashore in Seaside Heights, New Jersey November 1, 2012.

[Credit : Steve Nesius/Reuters]

This is the stuff of nightmares, honestly.

rommy:

smithsonianmag:

 
Photographer Explains How He Captured This Image of a Seagull Flying Straight Towards His Camera
Brutus Östling is a professional photographer from Sweeden who specializes in nature photography. In 2007, Östling was named “Nature Photographer of the Year” and he is currently an ambassador for Canon in Europe. I came across this photograph while browsing the “Pics” section of Reddit and immediately wanted to know how Östling captured such a powerful image. I caught up with him via email to get the story behind the photograph.
Where was the photo taken?
Ten years ago I was working a lot along the Norwegian coast on two books. One was about the white tailed eagle, the European and Russian twin species to the bald eagle. When the eagles didn’t show up I had to do something else, so I started photographing gulls.
Describe the scene before you took the photograph. Were the birds flying that close to you while you were on the boat?
I was leading a workshop group and we were shooting eagles going down for fish while on the boat. I was photographing the gulls following the boat as we fed them bread. I had all the photos I needed of the white tailed eagle so I was enjoying photographing the gulls.
How did you take this amazing photograph?
I had a piece of bread in my hand just beside the wide-angle lens that was 14mm, which gives a photographing angle of 114 degrees in the diagonal.
Did the bird hit your camera? What happened after you took the photo?
The bird took the piece of bread from my hand. As I did this repeatedly, some of the gulls landed on my lens when I was shooting upwards. The lens was expensive but to be honest, I didn’t care.
Ed note: Östling is currently preparing for an exhibition set to open in Stockholm on Saturday at Jakobsberg’s Art Hall and the gulls will be one of two main themes in the exhibition. He also writes a newsletter and a blog.
Want more great nature photography? Check out the winners of the Nature’s Best Photography competition.

WHAT A SHOT.

I am a little bit scared of birds sometimes and this is pretty much why.

rommy:

smithsonianmag:

Photographer Explains How He Captured This Image of a Seagull Flying Straight Towards His Camera

Brutus Östling is a professional photographer from Sweeden who specializes in nature photography. In 2007, Östling was named “Nature Photographer of the Year” and he is currently an ambassador for Canon in Europe. I came across this photograph while browsing the “Pics” section of Reddit and immediately wanted to know how Östling captured such a powerful image. I caught up with him via email to get the story behind the photograph.

Where was the photo taken?

Ten years ago I was working a lot along the Norwegian coast on two books. One was about the white tailed eagle, the European and Russian twin species to the bald eagle. When the eagles didn’t show up I had to do something else, so I started photographing gulls.

Describe the scene before you took the photograph. Were the birds flying that close to you while you were on the boat?

I was leading a workshop group and we were shooting eagles going down for fish while on the boat. I was photographing the gulls following the boat as we fed them bread. I had all the photos I needed of the white tailed eagle so I was enjoying photographing the gulls.

How did you take this amazing photograph?

I had a piece of bread in my hand just beside the wide-angle lens that was 14mm, which gives a photographing angle of 114 degrees in the diagonal.

Did the bird hit your camera? What happened after you took the photo?

The bird took the piece of bread from my hand. As I did this repeatedly, some of the gulls landed on my lens when I was shooting upwards. The lens was expensive but to be honest, I didn’t care.

Ed note: Östling is currently preparing for an exhibition set to open in Stockholm on Saturday at Jakobsberg’s Art Hall and the gulls will be one of two main themes in the exhibition. He also writes a newsletter and a blog.

Want more great nature photography? Check out the winners of the Nature’s Best Photography competition.

WHAT A SHOT.

I am a little bit scared of birds sometimes and this is pretty much why.

(Source: smithsonianmag)

oldloves:

J.C. Chasez & Tara Reid, 2002

Lord knows I love me some drugs, but everything going on here makes a pretty compelling argument against them. 

oldloves:

J.C. Chasez & Tara Reid, 2002

Lord knows I love me some drugs, but everything going on here makes a pretty compelling argument against them. 

Another shirt I will not be needing.

Another shirt I will not be needing.

tyleroakley:

OMG.

STOP EVERYTHING NOW. WATCH THIS.

IT GETS FUNNIER WITH EVERY REWATCH.

hallekiefer:

smitty-kitty:

stahp

I sort of admire the sociopath who could manage to feel sexy in this, Ernie’s skull perched atop her head like a horrific orange crown.

Life is the WORST. I, for one, welcome our new cockroach overlords.

hallekiefer:

smitty-kitty:

stahp

I sort of admire the sociopath who could manage to feel sexy in this, Ernie’s skull perched atop her head like a horrific orange crown.

Life is the WORST. I, for one, welcome our new cockroach overlords.

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