Back in Bahston
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Back in Bahston

Patio brunchin’ at Fritzel’s Lunchbox
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Patio brunchin’ at Fritzel’s Lunchbox

#BryantPark Summer Film Festival. #TheShining
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#BryantPark Summer Film Festival. #TheShining

Sunday night crepes
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Sunday night crepes

Man, it still hurts. #riprobinwilliams
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Man, it still hurts. #riprobinwilliams

Beatles photo project:She came in through the bathroom window
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Beatles photo project:
She came in through the bathroom window

Beatles photo project:Sun King
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Beatles photo project:
Sun King

thevampirequeen:

Civil Rights Movement vs Ferguson Protests

annstreetstudio:

What is the point to taking a photograph?

The point of making a photograph is to have a visual image that’s a representation of my thoughts, but the reason for making a photograph is something wholly different. The reason is very personal. I’m very, very lucky that I’m able to make photography for myself. I do it for myself and I’m lucky enough that people then want to experience it, or engage with it, or understand it.

Read more from our interview with photographer and professor Kyle Ford…

saintkieren:

Some of the most striking, war zone-like, almost hellish looking images from the ongoing peaceful protests in Ferguson, Missouri over the murder of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.

lloydbishop:

Another shot from when @St_Vincent came by @LateNightSeth this week (©NBC)
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lloydbishop:

Another shot from when @St_Vincent came by @LateNightSeth this week (©NBC)

redbarracuda:

I decided to visit the Boston Public Gardens today, to see the bench from Good Will Hunting, so I could pay my respects to one of my idols. I wasn’t alone, as crowds of young and old stood near, bound together by sadness.

Rest in peace Robin.

God, I love Boston.

lloydbishop:

@St_Vincent stopped by this week to sit in with the @8GBand
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lloydbishop:

@St_Vincent stopped by this week to sit in with the @8GBand

bobbycaputo:

Gaza Artist Turns Israeli Air Strike Smoke into Powerful Sketches

As the world looks on with horror at the growing civilian toll in Gaza, and Hamas and Israel consider the terms of a U.S.-proposed ceasefire, one young Palestinian architect is responding to the crisis through art. Gaza-based Tawfik Gebreel aims to send a message, in the “universal humanitarian language understood by all peoples of the world.” He is using photos of the smoke thrown up by rocket strikes and reworking the images with symbols of hope and unity.