1. knives-joans:

swipedsweetrolls:

lexet:

everythingshinesunderthesun:

thats-a-little-gay:

lexet:

melody-of-the-sea:

camiekahle:

WHAT BABE

THE BABE WITH THE POWER

WHAT POWER

THE POWER OF VOODOO

WHO DO?

YOU DO

DO WHAT?

THAT’LL DO

    knives-joans:

    swipedsweetrolls:

    lexet:

    everythingshinesunderthesun:

    thats-a-little-gay:

    lexet:

    melody-of-the-sea:

    camiekahle:

    WHAT BABE

    THE BABE WITH THE POWER

    WHAT POWER

    THE POWER OF VOODOO

    WHO DO?

    YOU DO

    DO WHAT?

    THAT’LL DO

    Reblogged from: legendofzeldaforlife
  2. nocturnaltrenches:

nature & vintage blog
    Reblogged from: nocturnaltrenches
  3. tal3nted:

=vintage and nature blog, Following back!=

    tal3nted:

    =vintage and nature blog, Following back!=

    Reblogged from: inspiraled
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  6. So me and likeliterallyy totally met thisismoko at Tramlines this weekend!

    So me and likeliterallyy totally met thisismoko at Tramlines this weekend!

  7. photomgxx:

#3 on Flickr.

    photomgxx:

    #3 on Flickr.

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  9. ianference:

As discussed in this post, sometimes it makes the most sense to enter a building in the middle of the night for various reasons.  Under the auspices of the full moon, it made sense to enter the North Carolina School for the Deaf in Morganton at about 3 AM because I had no idea of the security posturing protocols there.  So I set up my camera for several 15 minute exposures while I ran around the building, peering out windows and looking for security apparatuses.  This was the final shot taken; the seemingly-bright orange glow was actually the dim glow of a light mounted on a nearby building, and the dim white light on the floor near the radiator was that of the moon.  As this shot was exposing, I came across an active alarm system, LEDs blinking - it had not been triggered, but the building was not interesting enough to take the risk.  By 4:30 I had killed this exposure and was on my way back to the car.

    ianference:

    As discussed in this post, sometimes it makes the most sense to enter a building in the middle of the night for various reasons.  Under the auspices of the full moon, it made sense to enter the North Carolina School for the Deaf in Morganton at about 3 AM because I had no idea of the security posturing protocols there.  So I set up my camera for several 15 minute exposures while I ran around the building, peering out windows and looking for security apparatuses.  This was the final shot taken; the seemingly-bright orange glow was actually the dim glow of a light mounted on a nearby building, and the dim white light on the floor near the radiator was that of the moon.  As this shot was exposing, I came across an active alarm system, LEDs blinking - it had not been triggered, but the building was not interesting enough to take the risk.  By 4:30 I had killed this exposure and was on my way back to the car.

    Reblogged from: ianference
  10. wolverxne:

    Idaho | by: { Kevin Russ }

    Reblogged from: somaticallyincorrect
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