That Summer At Home I had become the Invisible Boy

snowce:

Akira Satō, Onna (Woman), 1971

snowce:

Akira Satō, Onna (Woman), 1971

31 minutes ago

haplologic:

untitled, 2014
5X7 fiber-base gelatin silver print,
Arista RC VC
Beseler 67C enlarger
35mm Arista Premium 100
©2014auxiliofaux

haplologic:

untitled, 2014

5X7 fiber-base gelatin silver print,

Arista RC VC

Beseler 67C enlarger

35mm Arista Premium 100

©2014auxiliofaux

(Source: haplologic)

33 minutes ago

hirxeth:

"You said for better or for worse. You said that. You said it. It was a promise. Now, this is my worst, okay? This is my worst. But I’m gonna get better."
Blue valentine (2010) dir. Derek Cianfrance

hirxeth:

"You said for better or for worse. You said that. You said it. It was a promise. Now, this is my worst, okay? This is my worst. But I’m gonna get better."

Blue valentine (2010) dir. Derek Cianfrance

(via filmvevo)

1 week ago

busyprocrabating:

admiral-yousmator:

You know what really gets to me, and I’m sure many know this, is the blatant abuse and betrayal that white photogs display in POC countries. Every time a photo has gotten famous like this photo did in history, the actual focus of the photo is left behind in the dust while the white photog is hailed as a hero for displaying the ills of that country. He didn’t even fucking ask her name. He didn’t ask for 17 years. The world knew nothing about her life and her story. He captured one moment that made him famous and she got nothing.
Every time I see this photo, I seethe.

“Names have power, so let us speak of hers. Her name is Sharbat Gula, and she is Pashtun" [x]

busyprocrabating:

admiral-yousmator:

You know what really gets to me, and I’m sure many know this, is the blatant abuse and betrayal that white photogs display in POC countries. Every time a photo has gotten famous like this photo did in history, the actual focus of the photo is left behind in the dust while the white photog is hailed as a hero for displaying the ills of that country. He didn’t even fucking ask her name. He didn’t ask for 17 years. The world knew nothing about her life and her story. He captured one moment that made him famous and she got nothing.

Every time I see this photo, I seethe.

Names have power, so let us speak of hers. Her name is Sharbat Gula, and she is Pashtun" [x]

(Source: madfuture, via moonii)

1 week ago