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I am Vincent Hardy. I live in San Diego, California. I have lived for 22 years. This started out as a kind of journal and was created in an effort to express myself in a more complex way. I'm a nerdfighting vegetarian and I like friends, music, reading, film, dogs, exercise, snowboarding, surfing, longboarding, and many more things. Ask me something!


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amelodysoyoung:

I really enjoyed having you here. Already counting down the days until thanksgiving break.
dubiousbear

amelodysoyoung:

I really enjoyed having you here. Already counting down the days until thanksgiving break.

dubiousbear

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septagonstudios:

Björn Griesbach

septagonstudios:

Björn Griesbach

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likeafieldmouse:

Jonathan May - La Vie, L’Amour, La Mort (2012)

Artist’s statement:

"Mauritania is considered to be one of the least visited places in the world. The country’s only real exposure to photography is through journalism, and unfortunately after many Al-Qaeda kidnappings of tourists the media has ruined any potential travelers’ plans by painting it as an extremely dangerous place to visit. This in turn makes photography in the country extremely difficult. Journalists spreading fear have ruined the tourism industry, and many people’s livelihoods.

Chinguetti, established in the 13th century as a trans-Saharan trade route is considered to be the 7th holiest city of Islam. Sunni pilgrims en route to Mecca gathered here annually to trade, gossip, and say their prayers in the mosque built from stone. Desert caravans were the source of Chinguetti’s economic prosperity, with as many as 30,000 camels gathering there at the same time. The animals, which took refreshment at the oasis retreat, carried wool, barley, dates and millet to the south and returned with ivory, ostrich feathers, gold and slaves.

Today’s Chinguetti is a shadow of the prosperous metropolis it once was, and with the tourism industry basically dead the town and a lot of its workers have fled to larger cities like Nouakchott to survive.

When drinking tea with a nomad in the desert you must drink three glasses: the first glass is for life, the second glass is for love, and the third glass is for death.”

(via awelltraveledwoman)

Reblogged from djferreira224
You know how there’s the saying stop and smell the roses?
There should be a saying that goes, stop and pet the dogs.

You know how there’s the saying stop and smell the roses?

There should be a saying that goes, stop and pet the dogs.

(Source: djferreira224, via sittinginwindows)

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It is not so incomprehensible as you pretend, sweet pea. Love is the feeling we have for those we care deeply about and hold in high regard. It can be light as the hug we give a friend or heavy as the sacrifices we make for our children. It can be romantic, platonic, familial, fleeting, everlasting, conditional, unconditional, imbued with sorrow, stoked by sex, sullied by abuse, amplified by kindness, twisted by betrayal, deepened by time, darkened by difficulty, leavened by generosity, nourished by humor and ‘loaded with promises and commitments’ that we may or may not want or keep.

The best thing you can possibly do with your life is to tackle the motherfucking shit out of it.

Cheryl Strayed (via emotional-algebra)
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climbing-up:

"Watchtower of Turkey"
from Leonardo Dalessandri

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Kid gets a banana as a prank gift from his parents on his birthday. Look at his excitement. This kid is my hero. 

Kid gets a banana as a prank gift from his parents on his birthday. Look at his excitement. This kid is my hero. 

(Source: funnynhilariousgif, via champagne-in-plastic-cups)