(via come-at-me-bro96)Source: observando
does anyone else find it immensely comforting to have someone touching you? not like poking or tickling you or like sexually just feeling some other person being beside you and like your elbows or legs or something are touching and you’re like oh this person is alive too
(via 1burstofcolor)Source: highmiranda
A few years ago, johnycook and I stumbled across each others work on Twitter. He lives in the UK, so we haven’t met in person (yet), but we have kept up online quite a bit. I really dig his work, and his commitment to consistently shooting and sharing personal work. Over the past few months he has been posting images from an FPSO (an ocean rig they use in deep sea drilling), and I really loved them. His image captured the lives of the people on board so well, and the use of colors and light always kept me looking for the next post. I reached out to Johny to see if he would be interested in sharing some of his favorites on my blog, and this is what he sent….
"Over the past four months I was working on a FPSO that was dry docked for maintenance. These images just show some of the work and lifestyle that we had during our 12 hour shifts of 21 days on and 3 days off. These were all taken on an iPhone 5 and edited in VSCOcam."
Thanks Johny for sharing your work, and if you wanna follow along, you can check out his site here.
if you’re about to die, might as well try.
he puts his hands up like he’s pleading and catches the guy completely off guard. i mean. he’s got a gun. guy’s on his knees. he feels totally safe and in control of the situation. then the guys hands are right next to the gun and he surprises him and immediately tilts the weapon up and away from him and yanks the arm down while thrusting his legs forward to kneecap the guy and manages to wrench the gun away
so shit now the second guy is on the ground with probably a broken knee and no gun and the first guy has the weapon and is fucking free and clear remember this me you need to remember this
(via sloan-keefer)Source: jaidefinichon
Going through old photos. I miss Italy. It’s been six years…