Flotsam & Jetsam San Francisco
Churro of victory! #sfgiants #churro #heaven #sanfrancisco @lil_tuffy @wisetodagame

Churro of victory! #sfgiants #churro #heaven #sanfrancisco @lil_tuffy @wisetodagame

wmagazine:

Saturated Interiors
Photograph by Neil Gavin; W magazine August 2014. 

wmagazine:

Saturated Interiors

Photograph by Neil Gavin; W magazine August 2014. 

Missing my good times in Alaska.

Missing my good times in Alaska.

starghill:

Never today. Always tomorrow. #latergram #soldotna #alaska #stelias

starghill:

Never today. Always tomorrow. #latergram #soldotna #alaska #stelias

The Get Up Kids - Valentine

Saw Matt Pryor play this at Bottom of the Hill on Saturday. It was just as good as it was back in 2000.

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Same.

Same.

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soundonsight:

Richard Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’ stands as the most remarkable film of the decade
Artistic intent is an often-debated mode of dissecting a finished product. What the artist went into the project intending to render presumably dictates the manner in which we, as audience members and general consumers of art, perceive. With film, it’s also common conception that, once the piece is finished and released into the world, 50% of its production now lies in the hands of the audience. The thought is that a movie doesn’t fully exist without someone to watch and perceive it. Both concepts are true, while neither holds predominant sway over the reception of art. What we go into an experience knowing, or not knowing, can drastically alter our perception of any given event. But while in the moment of interpretation, we are subject to a series of perceptions that exist independently of pre-defined knowledge.
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soundonsight:

Richard Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’ stands as the most remarkable film of the decade

Artistic intent is an often-debated mode of dissecting a finished product. What the artist went into the project intending to render presumably dictates the manner in which we, as audience members and general consumers of art, perceive. With film, it’s also common conception that, once the piece is finished and released into the world, 50% of its production now lies in the hands of the audience. The thought is that a movie doesn’t fully exist without someone to watch and perceive it. Both concepts are true, while neither holds predominant sway over the reception of art. What we go into an experience knowing, or not knowing, can drastically alter our perception of any given event. But while in the moment of interpretation, we are subject to a series of perceptions that exist independently of pre-defined knowledge.

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#tbt to when I was being a ham.

#tbt to when I was being a ham.

My happy place😎#timetorelax

My happy place😎#timetorelax

She’s ready to party. #rosemarybaby #vacationboo #tahoe #america #usausa  (at Beach At Lake Tahoe)

She’s ready to party. #rosemarybaby #vacationboo #tahoe #america #usausa (at Beach At Lake Tahoe)

floresenelatico:

Kristyna Pojerova Greenhouse Lamp.

nevver:

The waiting is the hardest part, John Register

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I was born in the 80's