laissez tomber les filles

don’t ever mistake my silence for ignorance, my calmness for acceptance, or my kindness for weakness.

keiu. this is a blog about how i like all kinds of different things %

oddpears:

Helsinki-born photographer Osma Harvilahti is absolutely killing it with his studies in colour, composition and visual abstraction. His images are aestheticised so far to the point that reality takes on an almost sculptural feel.

Osma’s photographs seem familiar, almost as though we have already seen or have taken mental screen shots of these images of every day life - clutter in a lounge room, clothes on a washing line, a plate of fruit. It’s this perfect balance between aesthetic and reality that he has found an almost comforting place for the viewer. 

Enjoy more of Osma’s work on his Tumblr and Instagram.

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natgeofound:

Motorists pass people on a scenic road atop a cliff overlooking a bay near Trieste, Italy, 1956.Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic Creative

natgeofound:

Motorists pass people on a scenic road atop a cliff overlooking a bay near Trieste, Italy, 1956.Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic Creative

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"I don’t think i’ll ever take a better photo than this in my entire life. I have the love of my life swimming under a wave and one of my best friends on a wave."- Will Skudin

"I don’t think i’ll ever take a better photo than this in my entire life. I have the love of my life swimming under a wave and one of my best friends on a wave."
- Will Skudin

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fotojournalismus:

Savannah, Georgia — July 1983

Photos by Alain Le Garsmeur

(via lostinurbanism)

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escapekit:

 Reflections From Above

Photographer Donna Dotan’s series captures the dazzling symmetry of New York City through the reflections of its skyscrapers. 

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vmagazine:

'Gilt Trip' - photographer: Tim Walker - location: Burma - W Magazine May 2014

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daiseas:

Issei Suda, Kuroishi Aomori, 1978

daiseas:

Issei Suda, Kuroishi Aomori, 1978

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