ambedo
(n.) a kind of melancholic trance in which you become completely absorbed in vivid sensory details—raindrops skittering down a window, tall trees leaning in the wind, clouds of cream swirling in your coffee—which leads to a dawning awareness of the haunting fragility of life.  sour patch kids
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crescendoes:

cabo da roca by remaininglight on Flickr.
sickpage:

PeteTaipei Night, 2012
florenttanet:

Florent Tanet x Série Limitée - Les Echos
www.florenttanet.fr

cosmofilius:

separation is such an illusion. we are one


Amy Winehouse photographed in London in 2004

unamusedsloth:

Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen

fashionsambapita:

Read each story here:http://vogue.cm/XSNWEq

boredgirlsguidetofashion:

tat-art:

Xiao Wen Ju photographed by Michael O’Neal for Vogue

Every outfit is so perfect

weirdvintage:

Dog with pipe, 1940s (via)
sixpenceee:

Italian special force soldier after 72 hour battle in Afghanistan

School for black civil rights activists. Young girl being trained to not react to smoke blown in her face, 1960

Disability activists abandon their wheelchairs and mobility devices and crawl up the 83 stone steps of the U.S. Capitol Building demanding the passage of the American with Disability Act, March 12, 1990.

A south Korean man cries as his brother is on a train back to North Korea. Separated by the war, they have not seen the other since 1950. They were allowed to see each other for three days, but one will go back spending life in luxury, and the other in hard labour

 The Mocambo night club in East Hollywood, a white’s only club, was the most popular dance spot around but would not book Ella because she was black. Marilyn, who adored Ella Fitzgerald and her music, called the manager and demanded that they book Ella immediately

Portrait of Istvan Reiner, taken shortly before he was killed in Auschwitz

Werfel, a 6 year old orphan from Austria has just been given his first pair of new shoes by the American Red Cross,1946.

The last Jew of Vinnitsa

Until the mid-60s, the Aboriginals came under the Flora And Fauna Act, which classified them as animals, not human beings. This also meant that killing an Aboriginal meant you weren’t killing a human being, but an animal.

Here’s a link to 75 iconic pictures of the 21st century
I hope you guys learned and teared up from this as much as I did. 
stunningpicture:

Robin Williams street art tribute in LA

arvidaportfolio:

Polyester 2014, shoot by Arvida Byström.