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thesneakylittleminx:

cabin interior by Carrie Bergman on Flickr.

thehistoryofsilence:

untitled by kate.van.brocklin on Flickr.

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wnderlst:

Alberta, Canada | Quinn Johnson

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humansofnewyork:

"I do social work, focusing on young families. Basically I play and dance with babies."

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awkwardsituationist:

photos in tlapacoyan, mexico by tim temple (on tumblr) (previously featured) of fellow kayakers erik boomer, tyler bradt, and galen volckhausen. (video) (more kayaking pics)

lvndcity:

Guðjón Ottó Bjarnason (2010)

untrustyou:

Jon Vidar 

Fimmvörðuháls 03.04.2010

bobbycaputo:

Epic Photos Expose Mankind’s Uneasy Relationship With Water

Edward Burtynsky’s work can be seen as a 30-year-long meditation on the prime forces that shape our modern world. Through projects like Oil, Quarries, and Manufactured Landscapes, he’s developed a singular approach to presenting stop-you-in-your-tracks images of the staggering impact of human activity.

Burtynsky and his team are true to form in Water, a jaw-dropping survey in photos and film of the most essential substance to life on Earth.

“There are alternatives to oil,” he says. “There’s electricity in solar and wind, and electric cars. We can begin to do workarounds, albeit not rapidly, but over time we can work around and find alternative energy. But there is no alternative to water. It’s either there or it’s not.”

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