1. Ryoko’s


  2. Ina Coolbrith Park


  3. HAIM


  4. Nothing has changed really. #batmanreturns #btas #batkid #tbt


  5. I woke up like this #literally #flawless #imnotababyijustnapalot



    63rd and Cottage Grove, 1967, Chicago. Lee Balterman

    (via fuckyeahvintage-retro)


  7. fuckyeahvintage-retro:

    Building on Railway Ave. Vancouver, 1975 © Greg Girard


  8. Kawah Putih (English: White Crater) is a striking crater lake and tourist spot in a volcanic crater about 50 km south of Bandung in West Java in Indonesia.

    It is one of the two craters that make up Mount Patuha, an andesitic stratovolcano (a ‘composite’ volcano). Mt. Patuha is one of numerous volcanoes in Java. Kawah Putih crater lake itself represents a relatively stable volcanic system with no records of significant activity since around 1600.

    The Kawah Putih site was opened to visitors in 1987. The lake is 2,430 meters above sea level so the local climate is often quite chilly. This makes a brisk change from the humidity of the north Java plain and the capital city of Jakarta.

    A sizeable, highly acid lake which changes color from bluish to whitish green, or brown, depending on the concentration of sulfur and the temperature or the oxidation state. 

    The sand and rocks surrounding the lake have been also leached into whitish colors through interaction with the acidic lake waters (with possible mineral precipitation as well).”

    (Source: likeafieldmouse)



  10. Danger



  12. Reading


  13. Betty Rubble


  14. Mykki tricky


  15. Where Children Sleep photographed by James Mollison around the world.

    "When photographer James Mollison was asked to do a project on children’s rights, he found himself thinking back to his childhood bedroom and the deep importance it played in his upbringing. Taking that idea with him around the world, he photographed a diverse cross section of children and the bedrooms they call home. His moving images remove the children from their home environment, showing them before a neutral background that mostly hides their economic status as if to say “kids are just kids.” Only when their bedroom is observed, however, does the full scope of their living situation become poiniently clear."

    (Source: architectureland, via masturb88)