1. zeisenhauer:

    Cade’s Cove, Tennessee
    By : zeisenhauer

     
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  3. m0shmonster:

    stunningpicture:

    It’s all a matter of perspective

    that’s the tightest shit I’ve ever seen

    (via omg-megusta)

     

  4. officialunitedstates:

    me:  goes to lowes

    lowes man:  how can I help you son

    me:  first of all I am not your son.  second of all im only here because I love the thick stench of wood fibers and industrial chemicals

    (via arses)

     
  5. (Source: tundradesert, via lulz-time)

     
  6. tedbunny:

    Samar Hassan

    Chris Hondros was an American Pulitzer Prize-nominated war photographer. In 2005, he traveled to Iraq in order to cover the war. On January 18, 2005, Hondros was in Tal Afar when he witnessed a car that failed to stop at a U.S. checkpoint. U.S. Soldiers feared a suicide bomber and opened fire on the car killing both parents and injuring one of their five children. Hondros approached the scene and captured a picture of 5-year-old Samar Hassan splattered in her parent’s blood. After the photo was published, it quickly caused controversy and was spread across the world. Many feel the picture is the most iconic image of the Iraq War, similar to the naked Vietnamese girl screaming and running after a napalm attack. The Iraq War delivered few singular images, partly because it was too dangerous for photographers. The U.S. military also set strict rules for journalists.

    In 2011, Samar Hassan looked at the picture for first time and was interviewed by the New York Times Middle East. About the incident she said that her family was in the car because her brother was sick and that they were returning from the hospital. In 2011, Samar was living on the outskirts of Mosul in a two-story house with four other families, mostly relatives. Chris Hondros was quoted about the once in a lifetime photograph: “Almost every soldier in Iraq has been involved in some sort of incident like that or another, I would say. Their attitude about it was grim, but it wasn’t the end of their world.” It was reported on April 20, 2011, that Chris Hondros and photojournalist Tim Hetherington were killed by a mortar attack in Misrata while covering the 2011 Libyan civil war. (x)

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  9. booksfrommyshelf:

    I am haunted by all the editions of books that are prettier than the ones I already own.

    (via sarannosaurausrex)

     
  10. jacktheflipper-blog:

    Diepeschrath 8 | Germany

    The stunning vistas offered here on this paddock, inspired us to capture the early morning winter ambience.  On this location on an open area inside a larger forest in the green belt surrounding cologne we captured the definition of tranquility…

    (via imiging)