a day trip to the unknown

things I like.

Male,
16,
Canada

ghosthomo:

Princess Yvonne and Prince Alexander, 1955. Photographed by Princess Marianne Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn.

veriginous:

Philippe Petit’s incredible (and illegal) high-wire walk between the Twin Towers of New York’s World Trade Center, 1974

I watched a documentary on this in high school, fascinating.

"And as things fell apart, nobody paid much attention."

Recent picture taken in Gaza.

leslieseuffert:

Mark Tipple - Chaos of Waves from Below

20aliens:

Adrian Ghenie

slydig:

why be rude when you can be nude 

Posted 1 month ago With 257,361 notes

BECAUSE WHY THE FUCK NOT

liqiuid:

If you reblog this before June 1 2014, I will write your URL down and stick it in a jar or whatever. Over the summer I will take the jar of URL’s and I will scatter them around. They may get taped to public loos, they may be thrown into crowds at festivals, or they may get put under napkins at restaurants.

Some one may find your URL, and who knows, they could message you telling you where they found it. 

You have until June 1 to reblog. 

Posted 2 months ago With 51,832 notes

bassman5911:

Bage in the entrance to the Astronomic Observatory, Antarctica, 1911-1914 / Frank Hurley

Robert Bage (1888-1915) was an Australian soldier and explorer. He was the astronomer on Douglas Mawson’s Antarctic expedition. Bage was killed near Lone Pine in 1915.

via State Library of New South Wales collection

marywilliams:

Finished my Bambiraptor reconstruction and even tested myself with some hand lettering! The plumage and coloring are based off a Turkey Vulture. :)

I’ll make prints available once I get feedback from my instructor.