Halcyon Days

Connor Docherty.

Cleveland Browns Gigapixel - powered by Blakeway Panoramas and Fancam

Check out this multibillion pixel interactive gigapixel photo from the Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens game. Actually incredible. 

Reblogged from lovelylops

(Source: pycbunnies)

"We felt a strange fondness for the tiny bursts of fire that we glimpsed from time to time off to the side of the skyscraper, and we kept our arms locked tightly together as we stood there, fantastically excited, waiting for the next round of fireworks to explode."

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Banana Yoshimoto, from Asleep (via the-final-sentence)

"Eres el poema que nunca sé como termina, quizás porque no quiero que se acabe."

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Carlos Salem (via revolucion-es-poesia)

"El viento me ha traído
tu nombre en la mañana;
el eco de tus pasos
repite la montaña…"

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Antonio Machado (via denisesoyletras)

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humansofnewyork:

"Do you remember the happiest moment of your life?""The first time I kissed her."
(Ho Chi Minh City / Saigon, Vietnam)

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humansofnewyork:

"Do you remember the happiest moment of your life?"
"The first time I kissed her."

(Ho Chi Minh City / Saigon, Vietnam)

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"But do you think they could die?"

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Alice Notley, from “Locust” in In the Pines (via the-final-sentence)

"Exercise actually does help with depression. My dad councils professionally and he regularly perscribes exercise to patients who suffer from depression no matter what their size. It releases endorphins & over time gives you more freedom to be active."

Asked by estherbjerga

thisisthinprivilege:

Actually, most recent studies have shown that the effect is minimal, short-lived, and that not everyone gets it. The benefits of exercise for depression have been MASSIVELY overstated.

-MG

LOL, TiTP going off the deep end.