Death by detail!

la alhambra, granada, spain. summer 2013.


Pakistan - 112 Lahore Old City Wazir Khan Mosque by Arnim Schulz on Flickr.




Journalists at Sochi are live-tweeting their hilarious and gross hotel experiences

Amid continued debate over whether or not Sochi is prepared to host the 2014 Olympics, which begins Thursday, reporters from around the world are starting to check into local hotels — to their apparent grief. Some journalists arriving in Sochi are describing appalling conditions in the housing there, where only six of nine media hotels are ready for guests. Hotels are still under construction. Water, if it’s running, isn’t drinkable. One German photographer told the AP over the weekend that his hotel still had stray dogs and construction workers wandering in and out of rooms.

More entertaining than the actual Olympics could ever be.


Sriracha: A Documentary


This was it, that was the whole debate

Who sees the human face correctly: the photographer, the mirror, or the painter?
Pablo Picasso  (via fawun)


once again, pls no school



Every summer, hundreds, sometimes thousands, of pilot whales are deliberately and helplessly stranded before their spinal cords are severed with knives in a centuries old bloody ‘ritual.’ However, once the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society heard about this heart wrenching, inhumanely horrific massacre, they headed straight to the Island to challenge their ways. To make matters even more horrendous, pregnant females also fall victim to the knives of the Faeroese with their fetus chopped out of them and dumped into bins carelessly. 

“What the Faeroese do is even more cruel than the slaughter of the dolphins in Taiji, Japan,” said Sea Shepherd Chief Executive Officer Steve Roest from the United Kingdom. “What Sea Shepherd began in Taiji led to the production of the Academy Award film The Cove. We need to put a similar spotlight on the Faeroes.”


what the fuck 


i don’t think anyone can actually reach his vocal (and spiritual lbr) range. but wow still @ jeff buckley.

Jimmy Page makes a mistake during the intro of “The Rain Song,” laughs it off, and restarts, 1995.