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hikethenorthwest:

Mount Rainier Macro. Mount Rainier, WA
esprit-confus:

"a heart of the growing cold"
https://www.facebook.com/espritconfus
massconflict:

A woman kneels on the street amid tear gas during a demonstration over the fatal shooting of black teenager Michael Brown by a police officer in Missouri.Aug18 2014Scott Olson/Getty
belaquadros:

L’air frissonne des choses qui s’enfuient
by Emannuelle Brisson
on flickr

Ferguson from my TL

julianahuxtable:

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(From what I understand, the police thought they heard a gunshot and started throwing tear gas into the crowd. Correct me if I’m wrong)

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(Source: thewilsonblog, via humanrightswatch)

humanrightswatch:

Smoke trails tear gas canisters fired into the air after protests in reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown turned violent near Ferguson, Missouri on August 17, 2014. © 2014 Human Rights Watch

largecoin:

postracialcomments:

Flash Grenades and Tear Gas

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I am so excited to collaborate on an aerial piece with this really talented musician. There is so much potential for something really great to happen and honestly I’m pleased with my progress.

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The angel lay in a little thicket. It had no need of love; there was nothing anywhere in the world could startle it—we can lie here with the angel if we like; it couldn’t have hurt much when they slit its throat.

"the evening slowly turns to black stone and the hammer of God chips at the sky, making stars. A child stands on the road watching us; upon her forehead is the yellow brand of this plague-summer. She waves to us and her hand, like a withered, white claw, falls to the ground; the fingers unclench once, then relax—I stuff the hand into my pocket, and we hurry on.

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- The opening of The Journal of Albion Moonlight by Kenneth Patchen

"The question is not: do we believe in God? but rather: does God believe in us? and the answer is: only an unbeliever could have created our image of God; and only a false God could be satisfied with it."

- The Journal of Albion Moonlight, Kenneth Patchen

amfortas:

Otto Dix; Nocturnal Encounter with a Lunatic.