Gian Lorenzo Bernini - “Ratto di Prosperina” (particolare), marmo
Galleria Borghese, Roma.
We like hip-hop too.
Revealing images from the Dust Bowl by LIFE photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt.
(Alfred Eisenstaedt—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
We believe these are altocumulus.
more from Ms. Munoz on Flickr
Paz Gaia is totally on Spotify people! If you are a Spotify user we encourage you to follow him - just a click of a button shows a lot of support.
We love Lion Coffee 100% Kona…don’t go getting that blend shit.
[source] Official Lion Coffee Website
We like building ambience - and weird mechanical sounding Matrix bugs - we feel that this one has that.
When I did the Killer Mike show at Bonnaroo — he was born and raised in Atlanta, so any kind of slang stuff that he was — any, well, most of his stuff was slang he was throwing out in his performances — I made sure to make it as an indigenous as possible to Atlanta. So for example, the sign “brotha” in Atlanta is different than the one for New York City. So in order to make the interpretations as authentic as possible so the deaf patron is getting as close to the same experience as the hearing people are getting, I’m using signs that are indigenous to where that person grew up, or where they’re from or where they’re living currently.
— Sign language interpreter Holly Maniatty on making concerts come alive for the hearing impaired for NPR’s Tell Me More
Pazzy encanta los Gigantes.
"Giants Cap Closeup" - Kyle Breschini Source: Flickr