chris magnusson

23 Jul 2014

breathtakingdestinations:

Great Wall - China (von Dorli Photography)

22 Jul 2014

22 Jul 2014

catsbeaversandducks:

It’s International Box Day!

Photos via BuzzFeed

22 Jul 2014

terrybain:

I think we should see other sunsets. #art #story #fiction #digitalpainting #painting #pleinair #artstagram #iphone #iphonography #filter #watercolor #waterlogue

terrybain:

I think we should see other sunsets. #art #story #fiction #digitalpainting #painting #pleinair #artstagram #iphone #iphonography #filter #watercolor #waterlogue

14 Jul 2014

tracy-westside:

The Ponds + Armed and D a n g e r o u s 

14 Jul 2014

6 Jul 2014

(Source: velovoodoo)

6 Jul 2014

jeuxdeau:

beepboopboopbeep:

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Highly suspect there are some younger folks on Tumblr who will not get this joke.

I envy them.

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#get off the internet i need to use the phone!!!

P E R F E C T I O N

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4 Jul 2014

Toothless being a dork

(Source: feanorr)

3 Jul 2014

weandthecolor:

Photography by Rebekka Guðleifsdóttir

Check out this selection of images by Rebekka Guðleifsdóttir, a photographer from Iceland.

More of her photographs on WE AND THE COLOR.

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2 Jul 2014

thisiscitylab:


By the Office of Planning’s own accounting, demand will greatly outstrip supply in D.C. if the status quo is maintained. The city needs to stop talking about whether pop-up condo conversions are “ugly”—full stop. That argument is a veiled sort of NIMBYism, whereby a debate over aesthetics implies mutual interest. But really, only one side wins when the rules are made to stop development to protect a homeowner’s lovely view.

-Income Inequality Lurks Beneath D.C.’s ‘Pop-Up’ Housing Debate
[Washington Fine Properties LLC/HomeVisit]

thisiscitylab:

By the Office of Planning’s own accounting, demand will greatly outstrip supply in D.C. if the status quo is maintained. The city needs to stop talking about whether pop-up condo conversions are “ugly”—full stop. That argument is a veiled sort of NIMBYism, whereby a debate over aesthetics implies mutual interest. But really, only one side wins when the rules are made to stop development to protect a homeowner’s lovely view.

-Income Inequality Lurks Beneath D.C.’s ‘Pop-Up’ Housing Debate

[Washington Fine Properties LLC/HomeVisit]

30 Jun 2014

samdesantis:

pups all day everyday 

30 Jun 2014

samdesantis:

Spent a few hours in the woods with the pup. We met so many dogs and he almost got in the water and it was just so fun :’)

30 Jun 2014

30 Jun 2014

Miss you, dad.

Miss you, dad.