shihlun:

Margaret Bourke-White (1904–1971) perches on an eagle head gargoyle at the top of the Chrysler Building and focuses a camera, New York, 1935.

shihlun:

Margaret Bourke-White (1904–1971) perches on an eagle head gargoyle at the top of the Chrysler Building and focuses a camera, New York, 1935.

englishsnow:

 Kaity Barrett || Iceland

“An actor spends all of his life being criticized – that’s what [actors] do in rehearsal. There’s a man sitting there and a woman sitting there and they’re paid to criticize you. If you get criticized, good, I don’t think people get criticized enough. People talk behind your back and they criticize you, but they don’t often come up and say it to you. And the older you get, the less likely you are to get advice, and that’s why it can be a shock for parents when they suddenly get the truth from their kids. I don’t think that you should ever resent someone who gives you advice, whatever their motive. They may not mean you well if they’re giving you advice, but you never know, there may be something worth listening to. We could all do with improvement.”

I wish I was far away

In the City of Lights
Roaming the streets
Watching the residents
Watching the sunset
Eating oysters
Drinking wine
Eating baguettes and cheese
Wearing my scarf
Walking and walking
Until I lay down
Until I sleep
nprfreshair:

Macro photograph of a hummingbird by Chris Morgan via TIC
More birds

nprfreshair:

Macro photograph of a hummingbird by Chris Morgan via TIC

More birds

life is on repeat

but it’s not the same
people are coming 
and they leave and stay
my hands move 
my mind moves
my heart stays
my soul cries
my spirit weak 

poem for Rachel

the dark gets darker
and I cannot see
I need you here
I need you with me
your voice is clear
other voices invade
let the others fade
I need to be safe
my thoughts are weeds
they killed my mind
cleanse the head
renew me inside 

gabrielhardman:

Storyboards for Alfred Hitchcock’s STRANGERS ON A TRAIN. As far as I know these were drawn by Art Director Ted Haworth. His son Sean Haworth brought them in for me to see when we were working on a film together years ago and I made copies. 

vanityfair:

America on a Plate 

April Bloomfield, Dominique Ansel, Marcus Sammuelsson, and more of NYC’s best chefs make Fourth of July meals for Vanity Fair. See more here.

Photographs by Justin Bishop. 

smithsonianmag:

17 Amazing Photographs of Abandoned Places

by Todd Stowell

In a world that is full of overcrowding and overpopulation, it’s hard to believe that there are places that, once populated, now sit unoccupied. Whether it be abandonment due to war, economic collapse or disaster, these locations offer a look into a place where time stopped. Once thriving locations are now modern day ruins, sitting in decay. 

See the rest of these amazing places on SmithsonianMag.com

jgrantbrittain:

A young @dannyway at Trashmore in Va Beach, late 80s. Photo: Brittain #dannyway #dway #mttrashmore #trashmore #madonna #vabeach #virginiabeach @theskateboardmag #theskateboardmag #grantbrittain #dcshoes

jgrantbrittain:

A young @dannyway at Trashmore in Va Beach, late 80s. Photo: Brittain #dannyway #dway #mttrashmore #trashmore #madonna #vabeach #virginiabeach @theskateboardmag #theskateboardmag #grantbrittain #dcshoes

“These days, whenever people talk about a “good screenplay,” they’re thinking about the plot. They assume that the actors are the ones who create the characters, who improve the action and dialog.”
Guillermo del Toro (via woodbetweenworlds)