serendlplty:


First light in the Canyon was extremely cold, but such a beautiful site to see.

serendlplty:

First light in the Canyon was extremely cold, but such a beautiful site to see.

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joelbearstudios:

Sunsets here are unreal. #yesssyosemite  #campvibes  #solarlife @goalzero (at Tuolumne Meadows )

joelbearstudios:

Sunsets here are unreal.
#yesssyosemite
#campvibes
#solarlife @goalzero (at Tuolumne Meadows )

liz-pls:

I’m only sharing tweets for those who are not on twitter and can’t see how passionate and outraged journalists are as they tweet from #Ferguson.

If you are on Twitter, here’s a good roster of people to follow if you want to keep updated.

patagonia:

The Sea King seeking,  Big Sur, California
Submitted by Daniel Kuras
instagram @dpkuras

patagonia:

The Sea King seeking,  Big Sur, California

Submitted by Daniel Kuras

instagram @dpkuras

pussyxriot:

THIS IS SUCH AN ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OF CATS IF CATS COULD TALK THIS IS WHAT THEY WOULD SAY

unspoken-misinterpreted-words

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lehroi:

0086b, 0086c, 2011.
Ashley Goldberg

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They say every atom in our bodies was once part of a star. Maybe I’m not leaving. Maybe I’m going home.
ledacreates:

starry pattern I did a while back. :o)

ledacreates:

starry pattern I did a while back. :o)

To ignore the elders rallying for the sake of our babies and young people peacefully protesting on behalf of our future while some (white) visitors instigate disarray is morally reprehensible. Beyond Ferguson, the pattern is clear. Blacks are always to blame, even as we are brutalized by police, ghettoized by neoliberal policies, and disenfranchised by a racist criminal (in)justice system.

But that’s the crux of white supremacist racial logic: the problem with black people is … well, black people – not mass incarceration and the deindustrialization of urban America, not educational inequality and generational poverty, not 400 years of slavery, lynchings, and Jim Crow. To be black in America is to be victimized and then made responsible for our victimization. We built this country. But, apparently, it is we who are lazy and dependent. We are bullied politically, socially and economically. But it is we who are called ‘thugs.’