Russian climber Kirill Oreshkin climbs to the top of tall buildings and takes photos with a wide-angle lens.
More than any other person I’ve ever interviewed, Turner is so profoundly aware of the need to express himself with precision that it occasionally seems to leave him vocally hamstrung. He stops himself, retraces his steps, leaves long gaps while searching for exactly the right metaphor.
"It’s why I don’t have Twitter," he says. "Too much pressure."
At one point, he interrupts his own disquisition on the merits of playing darts with: “Fuck it. I’m not going to bother with that. You don’t want to hear that analogy.”
Photo by Allin Boris
but not in the way
the sky is lonely at night,
when it wishes
the sun was there
to brighten it up.
No, I am lonely
like the sea,
like it is the only way
I know how to be.
i really admire the design for these stairs and how they incorporate a wheelchair access ramp. in a world were barrier free design is essential to living a full and happy life, its amazing to see landscape architect Cornelia Oberlander has taken literal steps to design stairs AROUND a ramp, instead of the other way around.
This is beautiful.
Form AND function excuse me while I die
#oh my god #look at this #how it starts off with reds and oranges and purples #bright colors #and then it gets continuously darker towards the end #it’s so fitting to the story #and then there is that strip of white at the end #which has to be the king’s cross scene #and it’s just #light #in a dark time #which is extremely beautiful
Every frame of the Harry Potter movies, condensed into a barcode.
you know why theres a white part at the end? because happiness can be found even in the darkest of times
only the harry potter fandom would make me have feelings about color stripes.
"…if only one remembers to turn on the light."