on back: it makes me feel rotten

on back: it makes me feel rotten

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icarusthesupernaturalpig:

Look at him, he is so happy with himself.

icarusthesupernaturalpig:

Look at him, he is so happy with himself.

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onetownthatwontletyoudown:

fluffymoalabear reblogged your post and added:

raising—me: Liz and anon, sitting in a tree…

not helping mo.

I’m confuzzled. I thought there was a room involved/promised by reasons anon? Or is it after tree wooing and teasing from everybody?

weedyart:

sofapizza:

your sheep looks confused

ragingscooter
this should be you.

Almost forgot. What’s up with ragingscooter's concussion anyway? Maybe she needs her head wrapped up too! Don't want that brilliant brain to be harmed at all. Because that would just be D:

weedyart:

sofapizza:

your sheep looks confused

ragingscooter
this should be you.

Almost forgot. What’s up with ragingscooter's concussion anyway? Maybe she needs her head wrapped up too! Don't want that brilliant brain to be harmed at all. Because that would just be D:

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The person I blogged this from deserves to have a great day

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breakfastburritoe:

*drinks water to avoid talking*

when water or contents of container is no more, *reads ingredients, nutritional panel, distributing company details to avoid talking*

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sofapizza:

your sheep looks confused

sofapizza:

your sheep looks confused

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nythroughthelens:

New York City - 1 WTC at Sunset
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There are some nights so magical and special, so all-encompassing in their scope that it feels impossible to relay their magnitude.
Last night was one of them.
This is one of the photos I took last night as I watched one of the most stunning sunsets paint itself across the sky from a terrace on the top of 4 World Trade Center.
I was up there to take night photos of 1 World Trade Center and hadn’t even seen the sky until I made it up to the 57th floor unfinished terrace. For a few seconds, it scarcely seemed real, as if the giant hand of an artist had crafted a colorful composite to serve as a background for the majestic 1 World Trade Center.
When I was asked to take photos to accompany an upcoming article about the World Trade Center for the Guardian, I was honored and also a bit curious about how I would feel photographing such an iconic symbol of strength built upon the hallowed, sacred ground of loss, and despair.
I have written about September 11th a few times on this blog usually accompanying photo-sets that remain a bit too emotional for me to view to this day: 1) The opening of the 9/11 Memorial, 2) In remembrance - The World Trade Center Memorial , 3)Tie a Ribbon of Remembrance - Public Art and the World Trade Center. Since 2001, the site has largely remained a solemn place of reflection for me and many New Yorkers.
Visiting the site initially a few weeks ago was a cathartic experience in retrospect. What once felt like a deep abyss of despair has been partially transformed into a powerful site of strength demonstrating New York City’s tenacity and ability to regrow while also carefully dwelling in deep remembrance.
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And so, last night I stood high up on a terrace of 4 World Trade Center looking out towards 1 World Trade Center which rose up in front of me like a phoenix as the sun spilled across the sky, and I smiled with happy tears in my eyes.
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* This is an 8 second long exposure taken with my Sony A7R.
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Information about my New York City photography book which is releasing in stores and online in the autumn of 2014 (including where to order it):
NY Through The Lens: A New York Coffee Table Book
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View: My photography portfolio, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me, or ask for help.

nythroughthelens:

New York City - 1 WTC at Sunset

—-

There are some nights so magical and special, so all-encompassing in their scope that it feels impossible to relay their magnitude.

Last night was one of them.

This is one of the photos I took last night as I watched one of the most stunning sunsets paint itself across the sky from a terrace on the top of 4 World Trade Center.

I was up there to take night photos of 1 World Trade Center and hadn’t even seen the sky until I made it up to the 57th floor unfinished terrace. For a few seconds, it scarcely seemed real, as if the giant hand of an artist had crafted a colorful composite to serve as a background for the majestic 1 World Trade Center.

When I was asked to take photos to accompany an upcoming article about the World Trade Center for the Guardian, I was honored and also a bit curious about how I would feel photographing such an iconic symbol of strength built upon the hallowed, sacred ground of loss, and despair.

I have written about September 11th a few times on this blog usually accompanying photo-sets that remain a bit too emotional for me to view to this day: 1) The opening of the 9/11 Memorial, 2) In remembrance - The World Trade Center Memorial , 3)Tie a Ribbon of Remembrance - Public Art and the World Trade Center. Since 2001, the site has largely remained a solemn place of reflection for me and many New Yorkers.

Visiting the site initially a few weeks ago was a cathartic experience in retrospect. What once felt like a deep abyss of despair has been partially transformed into a powerful site of strength demonstrating New York City’s tenacity and ability to regrow while also carefully dwelling in deep remembrance.

——-

And so, last night I stood high up on a terrace of 4 World Trade Center looking out towards 1 World Trade Center which rose up in front of me like a phoenix as the sun spilled across the sky, and I smiled with happy tears in my eyes.

——-

* This is an 8 second long exposure taken with my Sony A7R.

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Information about my New York City photography book which is releasing in stores and online in the autumn of 2014 (including where to order it):

yvonensadultsleepover:

partytrasha:

huffingtonpost:

Matt Damon Does Ice Bucket Challenge With Toilet Water For 800 Million Without Clean H2O

Matt Damon was conflicted when friends Jimmy Kimmel and Ben Affleck called on him to complete the ALS ice bucket challenge.

Find out who Damon challenges here. 

This I can deal with. A*, 11/10.

I liked this twist! But the line “I have collected it from various toilets around my house” is also classic and hilarious.

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Think of You

halfrobotchicken:

Part of the MS MR Secondhand Serenade Songfic Extravaganza. Track 8 ‘Think of You’

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My Darling, What Wonder

onetownthatwontletyoudown:

Post-Heart to Heart. Pre-Loving You a Little More Every Minute

(For halfrobotchicken)

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Her wife was driving her crazy.

Her wife was driving her crazy, her period was due in three days, and Gail was pretty fucking sure she was pregnant.

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Anonymous said: Same anon who just went a bit freaky over your handwriting... what do you do? Like would you say you are analytical? artsy? I'm sorry I'm weird...

Um is being involved in pharmacy considered analytical? If so, I’m an analytical toting card member. I also like photography and have an ongoing project where I take a photo a day to accompany a quote. Not really sure if my my photos can be considered artsy. Maybe more in the vicinity of fartsy.