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juliancallos:

Happy 8-15! To celebrate, I’ve made my LOST-inspired piece, “There Goes the Neighborhood,” which features Ben Linus and Oceanic Flight 815, available as a print here!

And if you can’t get enough Ben Linus, my other LOST piece from a few years ago, “No Man Is an Island,” is still available as a print as well. That’s over here.

I have plenty of other non-LOST-related prints in the rest of my INPRNT store too!

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destielfrackles:

Lost, though.

destielfrackles:

Lost, though.

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bikeladiesunite:

afgurri:

tiffanyb:



"using her fists in a scientific faction, to the delight of several colliers who were passing."

marry me

bikeladiesunite:

afgurri:

tiffanyb:

"using her fists in a scientific faction, to the delight of several colliers who were passing."

marry me

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queentinabelcher:

Alcohol vs marijuana

queentinabelcher:

Alcohol vs marijuana

(Source: theoreticaldolphin, via cuddybrisp)

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photojojo:

With the increasing popularity of drones, the art of drone photography is finally starting to catch on!

The website Dronestagram teamed up with National Geographic to organize the first ever Drone Photography Awards. Check out the winners below!

Winning Photos From the First Ever Drone Photography Awards

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Gah, I want!

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At this point, the rockets targeting Israel have done very little damage. There are no reported Israeli deaths. But the fact that dozens of Palestinians had died, including several children, by the time ABC aired its report apparently did not cause them to consider this more newsworthy than Israeli fear. The rocket attacks on Israel are treated as being more fundamentally important than the attacks being launched on Gaza. Sawyer’s introduction at the top of the broadcast was this: “On the brink: Rockets raining down on Israel. The Israelis trying to blast them out of the sky. And our reporter is there on the front lines.” With that kind of set up, a newscast is bound to believe that the destruction they’re showing viewers must be in Israel–even though anyone who’s actually followed this story would know that the images show a level of destruction that is only happening in Gaza. That’s why ABC’s error should be seen less as a simple mistake, and more as a reflection of a worldview. Why ABC Thought Suffering Palestinians Were Israelis (via poppoppopblowblowbubblegum)

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thespiritoflearning:

Upon camping for the night the hunter, unless Bushmen are suspected to be in the neighbourhood, invariably lights a fire, first to cook his supper, and secondly, and often principally, to make the spot his home. The hearth is home, whether there be walls round it or not. Directly there are glowing embers the place is no longer wild, it becomes human.
-After London By: Richard Jefferies

thespiritoflearning:

Upon camping for the night the hunter, unless Bushmen are suspected to be in the neighbourhood, invariably lights a fire, first to cook his supper, and secondly, and often principally, to make the spot his home. The hearth is home, whether there be walls round it or not. Directly there are glowing embers the place is no longer wild, it becomes human.

-After London By: Richard Jefferies