elysemarshall:

humansofnewyork:

"They say that you’re supposed to stand up to bullies, but there’s not much you can do when the whole class is like that."
“Why do they make fun of you?”
“Let’s see. My weight, obviously. The fact that I read for fun. Mostly sci-fi and fantasy. I watch Nova. I don’t like sports. You know those loud, obnoxious kids you see hanging out in groups, screaming at people? That’s my whole school.”
“So what do they do to you?”
“Just yell at me and throw stuff at me. But I am proud of one thing. Most kids who get picked on completely spaz out at some point, and get violent. That hasn’t happened to me yet.”

Oh my heart.

museumuesum:

Thomas Brown

photographs from the series (x-a)2 + (y-b)2 = r2, 2013

museumuesum:

Ken Griffiths

originally published in The Sunday Times Magazine in 1973

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museumuesum:

Joel Sternfeld

A Blind Man in His Garden, Homer, Alaska, June 1984

Digital c-print, 42 x 52 1/2 inches

blackpignotebook:

Arctic explorer Peter Freuchen and his wife Dagmar Gale

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Backstage at Chanel Haute Couture S/S 2014 by Anne Combaz

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fromobscuretodemure:

Gwen Lu by Jonty Davies for Twenty6 Magazine Issue I.

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Women hikers of the 1920s

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museumuesum:

Keith Arnatt

photographs from the series: Walking the Dog, 1976-9

28 silver gelatin prints, 38 x 38 cm each

vintagegal:

Puerto Rican Day Parade, New York City, 1963. Photo by Joel Meyerowitz (via)

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edenandink:

salahmah:

Spring in Afghanistan

this is so incredibly beautiful

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wonderous-world:

Photographer Matt Binstead captured these stunning photos of a TINY harvest mouse as it clinged to a dandelion blowing in the wind in the British Wildlife Centre in Lingfield. [Article]

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