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Posted on 24th Jul at 11:21 AM, with 6 notes
Chinese doctors bowing down to a 11 year old boy diagnosed with brain cancer who managed to save several lives by donating his organs to the hospital he was being treated in shortly before his death.
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Chinese doctors bowing down to a 11 year old boy diagnosed with brain cancer who managed to save several lives by donating his organs to the hospital he was being treated in shortly before his death.

Posted on 22nd Jul at 8:00 PM, with 3 notes

Urban Isolation | Russell Houghten

You can also view the raw footage here.

Posted on 22nd Jul at 1:13 PM, with 14,144 notes

red-lipstick:

Carson Ellis (b. 1975, Vancouver, Canada) - The Infinite Corpse

Posted on 21st Jul at 4:29 PM, with 1 note

Rodeo Girls | Ilona Szwarc

“Rodeo Girls” explores gender role reversal among young girls in Texas, who compete in rodeos, engaging in a sport traditionally reserved for men. My portrait series examines how rodeo girls demonstrate strength and discipline as they project their femininity onto their well-groomed and pampered animals. The animals take on the feminine qualities and girls embrace masculine demeanor. Those girls adopted the dress code that follows male fashion system and many of them enjoy not having to look or behave in a feminine way. They grow up according to a male archetype and I am examining how their lives and identities are shaped by their surroundings. I came to know rodeo culture as a teenaged exchange student from Poland. Now many years later, I have returned to Texas to investigate a phenomenon that continues to amaze me. The photographs celebrate the beauty of the terrain and the idiosyncrasies of this old fashioned American tradition, which is recently vanishing. This series builds on my previous work, which explored the American Girl doll phenomenon – how young American girls collect customizable, look alike dolls.

Posted on 14th Jul at 11:30 AM, with 1 note

After years of faithfulness and growth, Samantha & Michael finally tied the knot! Their wedding was quite the whirlwind from a passing hail storm to missing groomsmen, but by the end of the ceremony, everyone was in as much bliss as the happy couple. Nothing could damper what these two have built and I think it’s apparent to see in their wedding. Only the second wedding I’ve ever shot, my wife (also Samantha) and I were so honored when our old friends trusted us to cover their wedding. We wish them a lifetime of happiness and can’t wait to see them next time we are down in Charleston, SC again!

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Posted on 9th Jul at 11:24 AM, with 2 notes
Nelson Mandela | Katie Hobbs
Made with broken crayons, glue, and crayon wrapper paper. 
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Nelson Mandela | Katie Hobbs

Made with broken crayons, glue, and crayon wrapper paper. 

Posted on 27th Jun at 4:14 PM, with 25,432 notes
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A history lesson you won’t get in school

This is really important.


I was taught this in middle school. Its important that we teach our kids how brutally native American’s land was stolen from them.

baristaissuesmesthree:

that-lovable-ginger:

real-hiphophead:

A history lesson you won’t get in school

This is really important.

I was taught this in middle school. Its important that we teach our kids how brutally native American’s land was stolen from them.

Posted on 10th Jun at 11:55 PM, with 1 note

The Spielberg Oner - One Scene, One Shot | Tony Zhou

A fantastic video essay on the use of Spielberg’s hidden long takes & their narrative purpose over their technological impressiveness. I particularly love the examination on how he uses his on-set effects in a wide shot to emphasize not only the power of the moment, but the reaction as well. The cut-away is smart and safe, but there’s nothing like seeing Elliot jump to ET’s hands in a wide shot.

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