There is a light that never goes out


Mathilde, 19, Denmark


bienenkiste:

"The Grey Lady". Anna J. by Lachlan Bailey for WSJ Magazine September 2014

bienenkiste:

"The Grey Lady". Anna J. by Lachlan Bailey for WSJ Magazine September 2014

furples:

Xiao Wen Ju

furples:

Xiao Wen Ju

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490tx:

 An Uproar of Authenticity   2014 

490tx:

An Uproar of Authenticity 2014 

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I am still drinking about you
—six word story (via deepseasadness)

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pullmybauhaus:

John Schabel. These close-up photographs of airline passengers awaiting takeoff are made from across the tarmac using a telephoto lens. The anonymous sitters are each tightly pinned in their oval porthole windows like the subjects of nineteenth century daguerreotypes-mementos of the departed before they disappear. Similarly, the uneasy conflation of proximity and distance recalls and expands upon the latent psychological tension in Walker Evans’ subway portraits, which were made with a camera hidden in the artist’s overcoat. Both haunting and melancholic, Schabel’s series is best understood as a poetic attempt to retrieve and rescue the world as it slips away-an apt metaphor for the photographic enterprise itself.

pullmybauhaus:

John Schabel. These close-up photographs of airline passengers awaiting takeoff are made from across the tarmac using a telephoto lens. The anonymous sitters are each tightly pinned in their oval porthole windows like the subjects of nineteenth century daguerreotypes-mementos of the departed before they disappear. Similarly, the uneasy conflation of proximity and distance recalls and expands upon the latent psychological tension in Walker Evans’ subway portraits, which were made with a camera hidden in the artist’s overcoat. Both haunting and melancholic, Schabel’s series is best understood as a poetic attempt to retrieve and rescue the world as it slips away-an apt metaphor for the photographic enterprise itself.

(Source: accidentalism)