Passenger + Ed Sheeran = My Heart’s On Fire
juin 13 ne peut pas aller assez vite.
Margarita Kazanovich manipulates the camera to create wonderful images of crowded places in which the people all look like miniature toys.
hyperventilating in the library
I’m booking an overseas trip with a wonderful lady on StudentFlights, via email, with a teaching-english-in-France program, and I can no longer breathe because it is finally happening, after talking about it for a good 10 years, and the lady is just as excited as me. Our emails must look hilarious.
Daniel walked along the edge of the water, gazing greedily at everything, as if he wanted to know, in an instant, all that the sea would show him.J.M.G. Le Clézio,The boy who had never seen the sea
achievements and stuff
getting assignments in and being proud of them, i dig it.
why is it that I only really go on tumblr when something is due? surely that makes for annoying content.
It’s not that the course isn’t interesting, it’s that the lecturer has no credibility, the study guide is only 7% comprehensive, and the readings garble garble on about their own version of sociological history in the sort of language that is widely understood as ambiguous. And I am supposed to emanate these in an unemotional account of my own failed sense of cultural identity for the audience of the same lecturer that has no credibility. My brain is fucked, there are no other words.
a heartbreaking, slow 12/8 blues…
hey Bri, you’ll be good at that.. Can you do it for me?
like, OK i’m good at these types of songs for a REASON
but okay. I’d love to.
“It’s about 4 o’clock on a Thursday, and a caftan-bedecked Karlie Kloss is perched on the edge of a gigantic, fuming volcano crater, her bare legs and feet dangling into the hazy void.
‘Make it look more adventurous,’ calls out Ryan McGinley, the photographer snapping her from an equally precarious spot on a nearby outcropping of rock.
‘It’s pretty damn adventurous,’ Kloss yells back.”
Karlie Kloss at Masaya Volcano National Park by Ryan McGinley for T, The New York Times Style Magazine