danorst: #heligram (Taken with Instagram at Grand Canyon)

danorst: #heligram (Taken with Instagram at Grand Canyon)

from julia rothman’s hello, new york: an illustrated love letter to the five boroughs.

from julia rothman’s hello, new york: an illustrated love letter to the five boroughs.

(Source: brainpickings.org)

You know you are on the right track when you become uninterested in looking back.

—Unknown  (via the-dreamery)

(Source: purplebuddhaproject, via the-dreamery)

tanah lat sunset: fong qi wei’s “time in motion" series of animated photo collages that show a single vista at many different times of day all at once (via laughingsquid).

tanah lat sunset: fong qi wei’s “time in motion" series of animated photo collages that show a single vista at many different times of day all at once (via laughingsquid).

"Home, let me come home" by Edwin Abedi.
"I can’t really write the proper description for this day, except to say that it was one of the most beautiful sunsets I have seen in Los Angeles in my life. What makes this that much more special to me was how everything worked out so perfectly. I almost never bring my camera to work, but on this day just as I’m leaving my house I decided to grab it…mainly to take some photos of friends. While at work the weather changed drastically; clouds swept over the sky and you could tell that it was going to be one of those special occasions. Quickly after work, and before having to go meet up with people, I hurried to Griffith and was able to experience the beauty of this wonderful city. I don’t think my photo does the moment justice, but it was spectacular. Whether by pure chance, an act of God, or just dumb luck I was able to be there at the right moment. It is one of my favorite shoots I’ve had in a long time, if simply due to how many things went right when they could have easily gone the opposite way."

"Home, let me come home" by Edwin Abedi.

"I can’t really write the proper description for this day, except to say that it was one of the most beautiful sunsets I have seen in Los Angeles in my life. What makes this that much more special to me was how everything worked out so perfectly. I almost never bring my camera to work, but on this day just as I’m leaving my house I decided to grab it…mainly to take some photos of friends. While at work the weather changed drastically; clouds swept over the sky and you could tell that it was going to be one of those special occasions. Quickly after work, and before having to go meet up with people, I hurried to Griffith and was able to experience the beauty of this wonderful city. I don’t think my photo does the moment justice, but it was spectacular. Whether by pure chance, an act of God, or just dumb luck I was able to be there at the right moment. It is one of my favorite shoots I’ve had in a long time, if simply due to how many things went right when they could have easily gone the opposite way."

NIGHTNIGHT by DEDDY