mrgolightly:

I seriously can’t say enough about this movie. Butterflies in my stomach for days.
lyriquediscorde:

“That’s a lot of what the movie is about—the importance of everyday life, and that these big moments that we expect to define us in the end don’t mean anything, really, or don’t mean anything more than the other moments, and that it’s really every moment that counts. That’s more what our conversations were about—little things about how I interacted with my friends on a daily basis, and how I talked to my parents and what I would do when I was alone.” ~ Ellar Coltrane, on Boyhood
sun-thief-rai:

rainaweather:


Then and now

But notice how this headline from the civil rights era is more sympathetic to the victims than most you’d see today. 

^^^^ The ABOVE COMMENT.
cybergus:

We are one — Street Ghosts (VI) Series (Mexico City), by Abelardo Ojeda.
// More of my Street Photography:  http://cybergus.tumblr.com
watur-fall:

s-lc:

i would quite like to do this

she looks so free

1982, Banuae Terraces
pharrellwilliams:

This was taken at the end of the first day of the Gust of Wind music video shoot. It was rainy and freezing, but you would never know it was like that from this picture. The BAES never complained. 
whatsagarb: do you ship troyler

dennys:

we are a restaurant  


we would be together and have our books and at night be warm in bed together with the windows open and the stars bright.
-  Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast 
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costumefortheday:

Ugh.  I was sick allllllll last week.  It was the worst.  So in not leaving my bed - I think I wore this almost two days whilst babbling in a fever dream and re-watching all of season 9 of How I Met Your Mother - stopping it JUST before the ending - and playing the alt ending on YouTube instead.  Because no one needs to see him get together with Robin in the end.  Bleh.