AnnaM

Being short always provided an easy way to date guys that are taller (because most are over 5’1”) yet I’ve completely fallen for someone only 3 inches taller than me

dietfitnesshealth:

earth—eater:

quinoa toast, avocado, lime juice, red onion, arugula, black pepper

Yummm

dietfitnesshealth:

earth—eater:

quinoa toast, avocado, lime juice, red onion, arugula, black pepper

Yummm

born-t0-lose:

We Came As Romans - Tracing Back Roots

born-t0-lose:

We Came As Romans - Tracing Back Roots

echelonfree:

Andy Leo

The happiness on his face

echelonfree:

Andy Leo

The happiness on his face

conniephotog:

"The ocean is my cathedral." - Islay Aitchison.

The series is an exploration of contemporary religious-less self-baptism. Some photographed indoors and some photographed in nature, these photographs present the ritualistic and intrinsic quest for self-baptism in the contemporary age. The series can be seen as a portrait of the human condition, our primal search for meaning and self-discovery. Although these women do not identify with a religion, they feel a sense of renewal and reconciliation in certain places. I have photographed them carrying out their religious-less self-baptism with their eyes closed, in their private moment. Contrary to popular and historic representation of women in art, they have voices – a quote alongside their image concretes their intelligence and sense of spirituality and the honesty of the image. Also, they are named; they are real women with real thoughts on the world and their minds. They are not represented as fragile and small in their surroundings; rather, they appear empowered and in the process of renewal. Each photograph shows immersion, and through immersion these women find power and purpose. 

conniephotog:

"The ocean is my cathedral." - Islay Aitchison.

The series is an exploration of contemporary religious-less self-baptism. Some photographed indoors and some photographed in nature, these photographs present the ritualistic and intrinsic quest for self-baptism in the contemporary age. The series can be seen as a portrait of the human condition, our primal search for meaning and self-discovery. Although these women do not identify with a religion, they feel a sense of renewal and reconciliation in certain places. I have photographed them carrying out their religious-less self-baptism with their eyes closed, in their private moment. Contrary to popular and historic representation of women in art, they have voices – a quote alongside their image concretes their intelligence and sense of spirituality and the honesty of the image. Also, they are named; they are real women with real thoughts on the world and their minds. They are not represented as fragile and small in their surroundings; rather, they appear empowered and in the process of renewal. Each photograph shows immersion, and through immersion these women find power and purpose. 

punkwarren:

striderdaves:

i love catfish so much because they act like theyre fbi agents or something when theyre really just using reverse google image search

i thought you meant the animal and let me tell you that was a wild minute of me trying to figure out the psychology of fish thinking they’re federal law enforcement

duraraross:

Within the last couple days:

• Robin Willians died

• an innocent black teenager was shot to death

• a police officer at west lake mall maced a black man that just happened to walk by, then arrested him and refused him water

• policemen have been using brute force against peaceful protesters

• Ebola has broken out

• 94 people were killed in 3 days in the Ukraine

• people have begun to plan a real life purge

Someone please tell me. What, in THE HELL is going on

earlgrays:

whitechapelx:

feel-free-to-drop-dead:

music-sav3s-liv3s:

squidgywhore:

colorfull-darkness:

Everytime I see this I cry. I mean look at him. At first it looks like he is laughing and then the smile turns into tears.

why was he crying?

Because everyone was chanting his name, he was overwhelmed with the fact that all these kids came to see him and his band and that his music has a huge impact on them. They were happy tears.

This just made me cry. Austin tries so hard to please everyone.He’s my role model and probably the strongest person you’ll ever meet in your life. I have so much respect for him.

everytime i see this. i start to cry. hes so lovely and so strong. i wish i was as strong as he is. biggest fucking inspiration i have ever seen. i love him so much.

this makes me so happy, he deserves every single thing he has. an amazing band that makes amazing music and all the fame and happinessof mice and men are my role models and the biggest inspiration, i am so fucking proud of them

earlgrays:

whitechapelx:

feel-free-to-drop-dead:

music-sav3s-liv3s:

squidgywhore:

colorfull-darkness:

Everytime I see this I cry. I mean look at him. At first it looks like he is laughing and then the smile turns into tears.

why was he crying?

Because everyone was chanting his name, he was overwhelmed with the fact that all these kids came to see him and his band and that his music has a huge impact on them. They were happy tears.

This just made me cry.
Austin tries so hard to please everyone.
He’s my role model and probably the strongest person you’ll ever meet in your life.
I have so much respect for him.

everytime i see this. i start to cry. hes so lovely and so strong. i wish i was as strong as he is. biggest fucking inspiration i have ever seen. i love him so much.

this makes me so happy, he deserves every single thing he has. an amazing band that makes amazing music and all the fame and happiness

of mice and men are my role models and the biggest inspiration, i am so fucking proud of them