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Canon PowerShot A560
geopsych:

Let me tell you about my day.
When I took this picture, I was lying under a tree, enjoying the cool breeze and watching the leaves move, changing the places where the light came through. Then through my reverie I heard footsteps, and I looked to see a bunch of people in uniform—they had come to find out if I was dead!
One said, “You’ve been scaring the hell out of people. They thought you were a dead body.” It was both police AND emergency medical personnel, seven people and a dog, peering over the bank at me to make sure I was alive.
I was.
So that happened. Apparently people no longer lie down under a tree to relax on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, but I was not told. 🌳
(P.S.: I aten’t dead.)

geopsych:

Let me tell you about my day.

When I took this picture, I was lying under a tree, enjoying the cool breeze and watching the leaves move, changing the places where the light came through. Then through my reverie I heard footsteps, and I looked to see a bunch of people in uniform—they had come to find out if I was dead!

One said, “You’ve been scaring the hell out of people. They thought you were a dead body.” It was both police AND emergency medical personnel, seven people and a dog, peering over the bank at me to make sure I was alive.

I was.

So that happened. Apparently people no longer lie down under a tree to relax on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, but I was not told. 🌳

(P.S.: I aten’t dead.)

"The iPod, like the Walkman cassette player before it, allows us to listen to our music wherever we want. Previously, recording technology had unlinked music from the concert hall, the café, and the saloon, but now music can always be carried with us. Michael Bull, who has written frequently about the impact of the Walkman and the iPod, points out that we often use devices to ‘aestheticize urban space.’ We carry our own soundtrack with us wherever we go, and the world around us is overlaid with our music. Our whole life becomes a movie, and we can alter the score for it over and over again: one minute it’s a tragedy, and the next it’s an action film. Energetic, dreamy, or ominous and dark: everyone has their own private movie going on in their heads, and no two are the same….Theodor Adorno… called this situation ‘accompanied solitude,’ a situation where we might be alone, but we have the ability via music to create the illusion that we are not."
from How Music Works, by David Byrne (via girlfromtralfamadore)

On our way to Zion National Park.

On our way to Zion National Park.

Sorry (clip)
Laura Marling

uptownhags:

Laura Marling | Sorry (clip) | pre-order

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Canon EOS 5D Mark II
ellithor:

East Coast of Greenland, the first day of a 200km long journey from Ammassalik island to Knud Rasmussen glacier.

ellithor:

East Coast of Greenland, the first day of a 200km long journey from Ammassalik island to Knud Rasmussen glacier.

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SONY DSC-H10
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Canon EOS REBEL T4i
steepravine:

Bee Pollinating
(Point Reyes, California - 7/2014)

steepravine:

Bee Pollinating

(Point Reyes, California - 7/2014)

kantamizuno:

THE GREATEST MOMENT IN TV HISTORY

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Canon EOS 60D
kernducote:

Devon and Jess welcome the sunrise at Pear Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park.

kernducote:

Devon and Jess welcome the sunrise at Pear Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park.