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anyone please ask your crush out like this

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The thrilling answer

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and the awkward stupidity continues

baseball dude emails ghost boy to study together in the library

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bored with airplanes

(via eternallytemporal)

"O problema de todo homem é achar que tudo aquilo que eles fazem nenhum outro homem faz igual. E é verdade. Porém, só esqueceram de contar que tem muitos homens por ai que não fazem igual mesmo mas sim, melhor. Muito melhor."

Suelen Mendes  (via serenidades)

(Source: jontexx, via serenidades)

"Em 2014 serei outra mulher. Promessa. Vou ser tudo aquilo que sempre quis ser, sem me importar com a opinião alheia. Vou correr atrás dos meus objetivos. Vou viver. Vou amar sem medo. Vou me entregar. Novamente vou viver. Ser feliz."

Suelen Mendes   (via serenidades)

(Source: jontexx, via serenidades)

"Longe ou perto, tanto faz. Quem quer ser feliz corre atrás."

Clarice Falcão.  (via emendarei)

(Source: oficiosa, via emendarei)

"Porque amo você, eu acho. Não sei ao certo. Sei que jamais terei certeza se você continuar com essa bobagem estúpida de ficar longe de mim."

Gabito Nunes. (via emendarei)

(Source: decepciona, via emendarei)

"Fecho os olhos pra não ver passar o tempo, sinto falta de você."

Babado Novo (via emendarei)

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Through the Viewfinder with @anastasiatl

To view more of Anastasia’s photos and videos, follow @anastasiatl on Instagram and visit her website.

“Traditionally, photographers are taught not to share their work before it’s finished,” says documentary photographer Anastasia Taylor-Lind (@anastasiatl). “What if someone steals your idea, or the work turns out completely different than what you told people it would be about? Photojournalism is all about being invisible, but I think it’s more honest to show how I work and how I make my photographs.”

Anastasia’s Instagram account stands as a deep look into her photographic process. Since October, she has been working on a long-term personal project called Negative Zero that documents population decline in 19 European countries. She’s shooting entirely on 6x6 negative film using her Hasselblad and Bronica film cameras, but by holding her iPhone above the viewfinder and making photos directly through the ground glass, what she calls “the view from my belly button,” she’s creating a whole new subset of photographs that can be published and shared instantly on Instagram.

For Anastasia, being so open on Instagram “allows me to muse on my own process. To sound things out and be encouraged. It’s a way of pondering what I’m doing.”

Her integration of digital and analog expanded to shooting video portraits when she found herself in Ukraine during the outbreak of anti-government riots in Kiev. With a custom-built flexible mount for her iPhone that attaches to the camera body, she devised a hands-free system to record video while making portraits of protestors inside the barricades of Maidan Square. Through these video portraits, we are able to watch her subjects prepare to have their portrait made: we see the slight shift in their stance, their gaze tilting, and ultimately, the precise moment Anastasia releases the shutter. These videos bring her subjects to life and provide an immediate, living connection to the images that Anastasia will release this summer in a book entitled MAIDAN - Portraits from the Black Square.