Not a lumberjack and I’m okay #vacation #chillin #werma #werkin #derpin #sanehair #nofilter #wokeuplikethis (at Kamp Klamath)
Bet your bottom cushion I’m floating. See you guys upon my return! #klamathbound #klamath #truenorcal #latersocal #bye
1933 Daniel Masclet
Sushi girl by Gavi Crane
The Industrial Sublime: Edward Burtynsky’s Manufacturated Landscapes
Using photos and videos from photographer Edward Burtynsky's trip through China, Jennifer Baichwal created a feature length documentary which surveys the landscapes that have been altered by large-scale human activity. Manufactured Landscapes portrays these industrial terrains with very little commentary, allowing the viewer to focus on the contents of the images. Burtynsky’s photos, which combine vast scales, high resolution, and repetition, reveal environments that seem too large and too complex to fully grasp. Indeed, a sense of the sublime, and the uneasy tension between beauty and horror it invokes, is a continuous strain throughout Burtynsky’s work. The images raise questions about the interplay of environmental ethics and aesthetics, and ask Western viewers to consider their complicity in a industrial culture on which their societies rely.
Dark Ages, Schmark Ages. The De-Textbook cuts through that and so much more fake-fact bullshit.
cloudy with a chance of witch burning
your periodic reminder that a good chunk of Europe basically shat the bed for a few centuries while everyone else kinda did their thing.
I did the thing
duuude! looks awesome
Spiders eat their parents all the time and no one cares when they do it so what the fuck
did you eat your parents
How about you mind your own business
Seared Ribeye with potato wedges and grilled zucchini