10,000 feet above sea – five months straight – four years in a row. For 600 days Yu Yamauchi lived in a hut near the summit of Mt. Fuji, getting up while it was still dark to photograph the sunrise every day, from the same location. The resulting series, titled “DAWN,” is a stunning look at the colorful, sometimes abstract view of Earth waking up.
The series is on display at Miyako Yoshinaga gallery in New York through November 21, 2012.
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Anonymous asked: are you going to the beatles: the lost concert" movie when it comes out next month?
im going to try to go probably depends how much revision i get done. how about you?
I miss how i used to dress in some respect.
Baggy jeans, chain hanging to jeans with a t-shirt, hoody and skate shoes. The relaxed days. But now i have to dress more ‘sensible’ or ‘smart/casual’.
Its a shame i got rid of my chain. I may go back to bright colours this summer. When im not working. FUCK ‘smart/casual’.
Bright T-shirt, Varsity jacket, jeans and ice cream sneakers for me this summer.
As weird as this may sound. Wearing bright colours and standing out makes me brighter and happier inside, no matter what the weather or what crap happens that day :)
Kid Cudi | Pursuit of happyness
this does not get old..
APRIL 20, 2010: Deepwater Horizon Explosion
Two years ago today, an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig caused a massive oil spill that would last for months in the Gulf of Mexico.
Soon after the spill, FRONTLINE and ProPublica set out to joint investigate the trail of problems that led to the disaster, including deadly accidents and countless safety violations which long troubled the oil giant, BP.
Could the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico have been prevented?
Watch “The Spill” right here and read Azmat Khan’s “Do We Need a ‘Death Penalty’ for Negligent Oil Companies?”