zzzze:

Charles Marville Marché aux Chevaux (horse market) (fifth arrondissement) 1867

zzzze:

Charles Marville
Marché aux Chevaux (horse market) (fifth arrondissement) 1867

tagged: 1867  marville  paris  i will return  photography  
Nan Goldin

Nan Goldin

tagged: nowhere  nan goldin  photography  

Artist: Orange Juice
Song: Rip It Up
Album: Rip It Up
jpesce:

Television, 1977 Corner of 1st Ave & 9th St, NYC

jpesce:

Television, 1977
Corner of 1st Ave & 9th St, NYC

greyslate:

Robert Mapplethorpe, undated. 

greyslate:

Robert Mapplethorpe, undated. 

xarmula:

Alec Soth, Venice, “Sleeping by the Mississippi” series (2004).

xarmula:

Alec Soth, Venice, “Sleeping by the Mississippi” series (2004).

minusmanhattan:

From Broken Manual by Alec Soth.

minusmanhattan:

From Broken Manual by Alec Soth.

tagged: alec soth  nowhere  photography  
thelenscollective:

Alec Soth 

thelenscollective:

Alec Soth 

tagged: nowhere  
hurtos:

Garry Winogrand.

hurtos:

Garry Winogrand.

My best friend Henry died a year ago today. In every way, my life will never be the same without him. It’s a delicate grieving process that has taught me a lot about trust and facing fear.

I am constantly haunted by terrible nightmares of watching him struggle for life in the hospital. Sometimes, I wake up in the middle of the night and swear I can hear the machine breathing for him, I can hear his little brother gasping for breath in between cries of agony that seemed to be ridding his body of all joy.

Other nights, I lay in bed and think about walking around the block with him the night before he went back to school after spring break. It was the last time I ever saw him in person. It was raining and he called so late, I crept out of my parents house in my slippers and without a jacket. We walked for 45 minutes in darkness, covered in water, not giving it a second thought.

I see a lot of people my age who feel as though they’ve gone through a lot. They say that their life is so complicated and that the only thing that will make it complete is by attaining their aesthetically perfect existence - one void of anything other than materials and cinematic romances. To me, the idea of that rain-soaked walk seems to be the one thing left for me to grasp.

I’m now able to process what has happened and feel a little more confident every day. I have a new band, a great group of friends to lean on, and when the next storm hits, I’ll be ready. If I were ever able to take a time machine back to when Henry was alive but could only pick a few moments, they’d be the most insignificant flourishes. Collective laughs, deep silences, swimming late at night, the porch on the 4th of July when fireworks were blasting in every direction.

If you need a friend, work hard to find someone real. If you need relief, make it a priority. If you find yourself complaining today about your phone, your coffee, your car not starting, think about the person you love most. Think about grasping their hand and trying to make it grasp yours back, even though you know it never will. Live for every moment you have with your friends.

Here’s the happiest moment I’ve had since Henry died. Johnny Marr dedicating “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” to Henry at The Varsity Theater on April 23, 2013. You’ll never dim.

jesuisperdu:

phillip abbott

jesuisperdu:

phillip abbott

(via gunnarkauth)

tagged: cedar  365  
pursuable:

Oscar  LuisUntitled, 2014

pursuable:

Oscar  Luis
Untitled, 2014

(via thesisterskaramazov)

tagged: capture  photography  
gunnarkauth:

Henri Cartier-Bresson

gunnarkauth:

Henri Cartier-Bresson

(Source: schasem)

Daniel

Daniel


Artist: How to Dress Well
Song: Say My Name or Say Whatever
Album: Total Loss