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jlewisphotography:

Taken By: J. Lewis

Western Massachusetts

architectureofdoom:

jlewisphotography:

Taken By: J. Lewis

Western Massachusetts

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soft-thighs:

A young Lithuanian named Auguste Abeliunaitewho had tears streaming down her face during both of her walks for Jil Sander in 2009. 
Auguste Abeliunaite: There wasnt any small shoes or my emotional problems! The lights was very strong and cameras was flashing all the time. My eyes are very sensitive thats why i was crying.

soft-thighs:

A young Lithuanian named Auguste Abeliunaitewho had tears streaming down her face during both of her walks for Jil Sander in 2009. 

Auguste Abeliunaite: There wasnt any small shoes or my emotional problems! The lights was very strong and cameras was flashing all the time. My eyes are very sensitive thats why i was crying.

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Andy Warhol Polaroids

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gravityinreality:

A Father Photographs The World Of His Autistic Son

“According to Timothy, his project Echolilia helped him understand the situation, his role as father, but most importantly, to accept his own son’s differences. Those habits that first drove him nuts completely changed through his photos. In Echolilia, father and son create their own visual language, thanks to which they can communicate with each other even when there are no words they both can understand. In fact, Elijah receives positive attention for his rituals, can share something with his dad, and has even started to take his own photos.” via

Full article on SNAP!

Photographer: Timothy Archibald

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boyirl:

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tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Pierre-Julien Fieux
Tumblr: pejiii.tumblr.com

Painting by Diego Gravinese

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transparentkiwi:

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transparentkiwi:

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Not my pic, just my edit

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