2nd December 2011

Photo reblogged from Where photography and art collide. with 2 notes

2nd December 2011

Photo reblogged from Pictory Blog with 64 notes

pictoryblog:

Four of us had been on a long, cross country road trip and we were finally heading home. This was taken near the end of our trip on Lions Back, a steep sandstone ridge in Moab, Utah. We climbed up the incline trying to catch the sunset as we battled severe winds and various states of unbalance. We laughed as the fierce wind whipped hair into our faces and sat swapping stories as we waited for night to fall. Finally, as the desert cold began to set in, we made our ascent down from the peak and we were greeted with this incredible view. Be it a beautiful sunset or dark, dingy diner, my happy place is anywhere with this crew.
— By Kate Ebinger (submitted to “Just Like Heaven”)
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pictoryblog:

Four of us had been on a long, cross country road trip and we were finally heading home. This was taken near the end of our trip on Lions Back, a steep sandstone ridge in Moab, Utah. We climbed up the incline trying to catch the sunset as we battled severe winds and various states of unbalance. We laughed as the fierce wind whipped hair into our faces and sat swapping stories as we waited for night to fall. Finally, as the desert cold began to set in, we made our ascent down from the peak and we were greeted with this incredible view. Be it a beautiful sunset or dark, dingy diner, my happy place is anywhere with this crew.

— By Kate Ebinger (submitted to “Just Like Heaven”)

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2nd December 2011

Photo reblogged from Pictory Blog with 95 notes

pictoryblog:

I worry. I want to control my surroundings, my destiny. It’s only when I get in my car and start driving to nowhere that the stress dissolves. There is no timetable and no expectation. Texas is made of threads of tiny country roads and it’s in my random exploration of its vastness that I feel enveloped and at peace.
— By Erin Hanson (submitted to “Everything’s Bigger in Texas”)
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pictoryblog:

I worry. I want to control my surroundings, my destiny. It’s only when I get in my car and start driving to nowhere that the stress dissolves. There is no timetable and no expectation. Texas is made of threads of tiny country roads and it’s in my random exploration of its vastness that I feel enveloped and at peace.

— By Erin Hanson (submitted to “Everything’s Bigger in Texas”)

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2nd December 2011

Photo reblogged from Phoot Blog with 88 notes

pauloctavious:

the Growing Bookbow 
Make a rainbow out of books!
Here is the final photo I made for a New Print available exclusively in the new SwissMiss Shop! : )

pauloctavious:

the Growing Bookbow 

Make a rainbow out of books!

Here is the final photo I made for a New Print available exclusively in the new SwissMiss Shop! : )

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Source: pauloctavious