Black Bird

marmarinou:

Erie-Lackawanna locomotives at Dearborn Station in Chicago.
May 13, 1964
Photo by Marty Bernard

marmarinou:

Erie-Lackawanna locomotives at Dearborn Station in Chicago.

May 13, 1964

Photo by Marty Bernard

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Harvey Dent never made it home. What have you done with him?

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Unpublished pictures of Heath Ledger as the Joker.

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Was that 30 seconds? That was way over 30 seconds, man.

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"You know sometimes, it just seems like you’re missing out on all these different people, but in reality? You’re just being saved for the right person, who’s even better."

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Dylan O’Brien + The Maze Runner Cast

I can’t find anywhere to stream the Chelsea game. Why

bradtorchia:

I’ve just returned home from an amazing few days at Phoot Camp in Joshua Tree, CA, and have been struggling to wrap my head around exactly what happened there.
I was of course excited leading up to Phoot, but honestly wasn’t sure what to expect - especially as I didn’t know anyone else headed out, and a majority of the group have been close for years.
Since the moment I arrived however, everyone went well beyond their way to welcome the new campers and the weekend quickly escalated into one of the most incredible few days of my life. 
We stayed up late, woke up early (occasionally), experimented with new styles, acted as both photographer and model, shared stories, danced (some better than others), and laughed A LOT.  It was impossible not to be effected by the overwhelming positivity of every single person there, and in the end I walked away with friends that will stay with me for life.
It’ll be a bit until I can get my film scanned, but for now here’s an image that sums up Phoot pretty well.  More soon.
Follow phootcamp to see more work from the rest of this ridiculous (and absurdly photogenic) crew!

bradtorchia:

I’ve just returned home from an amazing few days at Phoot Camp in Joshua Tree, CA, and have been struggling to wrap my head around exactly what happened there.

I was of course excited leading up to Phoot, but honestly wasn’t sure what to expect - especially as I didn’t know anyone else headed out, and a majority of the group have been close for years.

Since the moment I arrived however, everyone went well beyond their way to welcome the new campers and the weekend quickly escalated into one of the most incredible few days of my life. 

We stayed up late, woke up early (occasionally), experimented with new styles, acted as both photographer and model, shared stories, danced (some better than others), and laughed A LOT.  It was impossible not to be effected by the overwhelming positivity of every single person there, and in the end I walked away with friends that will stay with me for life.

It’ll be a bit until I can get my film scanned, but for now here’s an image that sums up Phoot pretty well.  More soon.

Follow phootcamp to see more work from the rest of this ridiculous (and absurdly photogenic) crew!

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“When people say ‘This is my baby,’ they don’t always mean a baby. Sometimes they mean a dog.”
— A Somali student, on what has surprised her most about the United States. (via africandogontheprairie)

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better-than-kanye-bitchh:

this is my favorite video

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Interviewer: Do you still speak to him now?

Eden: Yes and did when we played against him with West Ham last season. It’s always good to see this guy!

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star-anise:

mazarinedrake:

Aggressive/Dramatic Zuko that make me giggle.

Zuko is basically the most perfectly accurate teenager ever to appeal on TV.

Perfect typo is perfect.

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