1. Need some travel tips!

    Trying to go to London, Paris, and various places in Spain. Hit me up with any travel tips, friends across the waters that’s to you!

    Like good clothes to pack, sick things to see, easiest (cheapest) ways to get around, and how to not look like a tourist :) 

    anyone? send me messages!

  2. supersillyme:

    A fantastic interview that gives you insight into Robin’s tremendous presence, talent, and ability to bring joy to people. 

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  3. "I sound my barbaric yawp over the rooftops of the world."
    — Walt Whitman (via bookoisseur)

    (Source: vintageanchorbooks, via bookoisseur)


  4. It’s like this strange feeling of not being sad, but very angry—-I want to break your heart just like you broke mine.

  5. my favorite movies ~ Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) - Director: Chris Columbus

    My first day as a woman and I’m getting hot flashes.

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  8. "To you I was a chapter. To me you were the book."
    — (via year-0f-the-kyle)
  9. flannelsandcoffee:

    Some art just turns me on

    (Source: danandryan)


  10. I’m all I’ve got.

    Sometimes I wonder
    if needing you
    is a decision
    or a dependency

    your voice to soothe
    the static in my brain
    and your eyes as a focus
    to keep my balance
    as I make my way
    along this balance beam
    peering down in my times of doubt

    doubting myself
    doubting you
    but yet.
    even when your eyes shift elsewhere,
    my equilibrium does not quiver,
    for I’ve been alone more years
    than I’ll ever have known you.
    and yet,
    I always seem to make it.

    that’s why I wonder.
    if it’s a decision,
    or a dependency,
    that keeps you here,
    that keeps me needing you.

  12. I got clouds beneath my feet and a view too beautiful to make me feel anything but calm. (at High Cloud County )

  14. longboardsandsoftails:

    "Panning, slow shutter, stopping down, tracking, spraying and praying — call it what you like, but this technique has slowly become big in the surf photography world. Panning using a slow shutter speed was deemed somewhere along the line as a “speed blur.”

    Although gaining popularity in recent years, this effect is nothing new. Photography greats were using this technique almost 100 years ago, and guys like Ernst Haas from the 1940s really pushed the boundaries of slow shutter panning.” - Chris Delorenzo

    See more from Chris at ChrisDeLorenzophoto.com, and follow him on Instagram @chris_delorenzo.

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