Anglomania
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Anglomania

Guess I have to start dressing like an adult now. #postgrad
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Guess I have to start dressing like an adult now. #postgrad

gunrunnerhell:

And they who for their country die shall fill an honored grave, for glory lights the soldier’s tomb, and beauty weeps the brave.” - Joseph Rodman Drake

jacksgap:

Heres some shots of the team shooting behind the scenes on The Rickshaw Run. Photography by Ben Brown. Check out www.mrbenbrown.com


Gene Kelly on the streets, 1955.

Gene Kelly on the streets, 1955.

guardian:

Weekend readers’ best photographs - theme: high
Jane Harris: ‘The world always looks better from above.’ See more photos
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guardian:

Weekend readers’ best photographs - theme: high

Jane Harris: ‘The world always looks better from above.’ See more photos

"Light means a lot to me in life."
Master cinematographer Gordon Willis speaking with Fresh Air’s Terry Gross in 2002. He died this Sunday at the age of 82.  (via nprfreshair)
guardian:

Transforming a Victorian home – in pictures
Photo: Michael Franke

I absolutely adore this home. I love victorians more than anything.
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guardian:

Transforming a Victorian home – in pictures

Photo: Michael Franke

I absolutely adore this home. I love victorians more than anything.

Wild Friday night.
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Wild Friday night.

tyleroakley:

Photos of famous landmarks while they were still under construction.

guardian:

The architecture of the river Thames – in pictures
London is a city divided by the Thames, but united by its bridges, which allow people to navigate the city. An exhibition at theMuseum of London Docklands displays rare archive photographs. See more photos
The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben taken from the south side of the River Thames near Westminster bridge in 1965. Photograph: Henry Grant
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guardian:

The architecture of the river Thames – in pictures

London is a city divided by the Thames, but united by its bridges, which allow people to navigate the city. An exhibition at theMuseum of London Docklands displays rare archive photographs. See more photos

The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben taken from the south side of the River Thames near Westminster bridge in 1965. Photograph: Henry Grant

nprradiopictures:

With parents flooding their camera phones with hundreds of photos — from loose teeth to hissy fits to each step in the potty training process — how might the ubiquity of photos change childhood memories?
Maryanne Garry, a psychology professor at the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, is trying to figure that out. For years, she’s studied the effects of photography on our childhood memories.
"I think that the problem is that people are giving away being in the moment," she says.
Those parents at the park taking all those photos are actually paying less attention to the moment, she says, because they’re focused on the act of taking the photo.
Overexposed? Camera Phones Could Be Washing Out Our Memories
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Rebecca Woolf
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nprradiopictures:

With parents flooding their camera phones with hundreds of photos — from loose teeth to hissy fits to each step in the potty training process — how might the ubiquity of photos change childhood memories?

Maryanne Garry, a psychology professor at the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, is trying to figure that out. For years, she’s studied the effects of photography on our childhood memories.

"I think that the problem is that people are giving away being in the moment," she says.

Those parents at the park taking all those photos are actually paying less attention to the moment, she says, because they’re focused on the act of taking the photo.

Overexposed? Camera Phones Could Be Washing Out Our Memories

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Rebecca Woolf

guardian:

The dough boy: cake, doughnuts and pudding recipes from Justin Gellatly
Photograph: Andy Sewell
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Casual afternoon bowl
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Casual afternoon bowl