1. nicholaskole:

    I don’t generally reblog things. But Miyazaki is an exception, and this is so so so so beautiful. He gets it.

    (Source: ricktimus)

  2. Social-media-tagged chalk scribbles on the playground? I must be back in Brooklyn.  (at James J Byrne Memorial Playground)

    Social-media-tagged chalk scribbles on the playground? I must be back in Brooklyn. (at James J Byrne Memorial Playground)

  3. Ad-hoc driftwood shelters all up and down the beach.  (at Parco Naturale della Maremma)

    Ad-hoc driftwood shelters all up and down the beach. (at Parco Naturale della Maremma)

  4. T-shirts with arbitrary California place names and Huey Lewis on the radio at the pizzeria.  (at Lungo Mare Castiglione Della Pescaia)

    T-shirts with arbitrary California place names and Huey Lewis on the radio at the pizzeria. (at Lungo Mare Castiglione Della Pescaia)

  5. It’s zucchini-flower pizza season.  (at Micropizza)

    It’s zucchini-flower pizza season. (at Micropizza)

  6. #green (at Catskill Park)

    #green (at Catskill Park)

  7. ASPCA horse trough on Butler. It’s hot out there for a horse.

    ASPCA horse trough on Butler. It’s hot out there for a horse.

  8. at Park Slope School PS/MS 282

    at Park Slope School PS/MS 282

  9. This is a thing now. #savekentile

    This is a thing now. #savekentile

  10. I took a picture of a rainbow.

    I took a picture of a rainbow.

  11. 30 May 2014

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    Reblogged from
    9eyes

  12. at South Brooklyn Casket Co.

    at South Brooklyn Casket Co.

  13. "Earth Parking Only," site-specific installation, Walter De Maria, 2014.

    "Earth Parking Only," site-specific installation, Walter De Maria, 2014.

  14. kickstarter:

    Project of the Day — Artist John Anderson creates 360-degree panoramas of the covered bridges of New Hampshire. The images are distorted and often disorienting, but the subject matter is time-honored and pastoral.