not all those who wander are lost.
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a2zfilms:
"I dont think i’ll ever take a better photo than this in my entire life. I have the love of my life swimming under and wave and one of my best friends on a wave"
-Will Skudin

frannieisdandy:

a2zfilms:

"I dont think i’ll ever take a better photo than this in my entire life. I have the love of my life swimming under and wave and one of my best friends on a wave"

-Will Skudin

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As Tears Go By (1988) Dir. Wong Kar Wai

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hopefisch:

stephaniesearches:

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dog trying to save fishes

I just cried over these gifs. my emotions are a mess 

How are dogs such perfect pure beings

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Shiva and his childhood friend Raksha 
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hanesonly:

I almost forgot my briefcase!

hanesonly:

I almost forgot my briefcase!

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nativelynative:

 

Alejandro Cartagena captured Mexican workers on their way to job sites in Car Poolers. This is such an amazing and simple photo series. 

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thekhoolhaus:

In 1982 Dustin Hoffman made a movie called ‘Tootsie’. It was a comedy about a male actor looking for work but a lot of the work was going to female actors. In an attempt to find work he transformed himself into the female form. It’s a great movie but the reasons Hoffman made the film were inspiring and had an influence on my perspective. He asked the executives at Columbia Pictures to make him look l like a woman and if they couldn’t do it, then the picture wouldn’t be made. They were able to make him look like a woman but Hoffman wanted more. Dustin Hoffman stated:

"Now you have me looking like a woman, now make me a beautiful woman because I thought I should be beautiful. If I was going to be a woman I would want to be as beautiful as possible. And they said to me ‘That’s as good as it gets, that’s as beautiful as we can get you Charlie’ and it was at that moment I had an epiphany. And I went home and started crying talking to my wife and I said ‘I have to make this picture’. And she said ‘Why?’ and I said ‘Because I think I’m an interesting woman when I look at myself on screen and I know if I met myself at a party I would never talk to that character because she doesn’t fulfill physically the demands that we’re brought up to think woman have to have in order for us to ask them out’. She say’s ‘What are you saying?’ and I said ‘There’s too many interesting women I have not had the experience to know in this life because I have been brainwashed.’"

thekhoolhaus:

In 1982 Dustin Hoffman made a movie called ‘Tootsie’. It was a comedy about a male actor looking for work but a lot of the work was going to female actors. In an attempt to find work he transformed himself into the female form. It’s a great movie but the reasons Hoffman made the film were inspiring and had an influence on my perspective. He asked the executives at Columbia Pictures to make him look l like a woman and if they couldn’t do it, then the picture wouldn’t be made. They were able to make him look like a woman but Hoffman wanted more. Dustin Hoffman stated:

"Now you have me looking like a woman, now make me a beautiful woman because I thought I should be beautiful. If I was going to be a woman I would want to be as beautiful as possible. And they said to me ‘That’s as good as it gets, that’s as beautiful as we can get you Charlie’ and it was at that moment I had an epiphany. And I went home and started crying talking to my wife and I said ‘I have to make this picture’. And she said ‘Why?’ and I said ‘Because I think I’m an interesting woman when I look at myself on screen and I know if I met myself at a party I would never talk to that character because she doesn’t fulfill physically the demands that we’re brought up to think woman have to have in order for us to ask them out’. She say’s ‘What are you saying?’ and I said ‘There’s too many interesting women I have not had the experience to know in this life because I have been brainwashed.’"

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nyctaeus:

Winslow Laroche