Bonobo, more like Boyessssssbo! #bonobo #ventura

Bonobo epicness, epicentered in Ventura. Encores forever. #goodvibes (at The Majestic Ventura Theater)

adbusters:

I woke up unusually early today—5am—and, instinctively, like a true slave to devices, immediately lunged for my MacBook. However, I decided to lend my senses to early morning stimuli instead.

Initially, the early morning is still; it assumes a certain reverence. Life stirs slowly, almost reluctantly; sleep is willed into exile. Soon, sounds shatter the hush of morning. A loud, rowdy motorcycle slices through the silence, echoing across city blocks like a long, angry growl. Voices ascend to the sixth floor weakened to a whisper; from an apartment above, a burst of laughter cascades the balcony and falls as mere chuckles. In stark contrast are shrill, sharp chirps of a thousand swallows. A streak of orange-colored light declares the coming of the sun; the increasing incandescence thrills me; I feel a sentiment of delight …
—Fritzroy Austin Sterling

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“The question about language is not who is right or wrong but, in the old Hegelian scheme, who is the master and who the slave? Puns are my freedom and my control.”
hydeordie:

Well look who’s got plans next weekend!

hydeordie:

Well look who’s got plans next weekend!

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“Writing is hard work. A clear sentence is no accident. Very few sentences come out right the first time, or even the third time. Remember this in moments of despair. If you find that writing is hard, it’s because it is hard. It’s one of the hardest things that people do.”
— William Zinsser (via writingquotes)

(via fixyourwritinghabits)

awkwardsituationist:

"rapport of sun, moon, earth and all the constellations, what are the messages by you from distant stars to us?" — walt whitman
astrophography by knate myers at the karl g. jansky very large array (vla), a radio astronomy observatory located on the plains of san agustin, fifty miles west of socorro, new mexico. the vla was perhaps made most famous by carl sagan in the original cosmos documentary, and in the movie “contact”, which was based on his novel.
(more astrophotography)
awkwardsituationist:

"rapport of sun, moon, earth and all the constellations, what are the messages by you from distant stars to us?" — walt whitman
astrophography by knate myers at the karl g. jansky very large array (vla), a radio astronomy observatory located on the plains of san agustin, fifty miles west of socorro, new mexico. the vla was perhaps made most famous by carl sagan in the original cosmos documentary, and in the movie “contact”, which was based on his novel.
(more astrophotography)
awkwardsituationist:

"rapport of sun, moon, earth and all the constellations, what are the messages by you from distant stars to us?" — walt whitman
astrophography by knate myers at the karl g. jansky very large array (vla), a radio astronomy observatory located on the plains of san agustin, fifty miles west of socorro, new mexico. the vla was perhaps made most famous by carl sagan in the original cosmos documentary, and in the movie “contact”, which was based on his novel.
(more astrophotography)
awkwardsituationist:

"rapport of sun, moon, earth and all the constellations, what are the messages by you from distant stars to us?" — walt whitman
astrophography by knate myers at the karl g. jansky very large array (vla), a radio astronomy observatory located on the plains of san agustin, fifty miles west of socorro, new mexico. the vla was perhaps made most famous by carl sagan in the original cosmos documentary, and in the movie “contact”, which was based on his novel.
(more astrophotography)

awkwardsituationist:

"rapport of sun, moon, earth and all the constellations, what are the messages by you from distant stars to us?" — walt whitman

astrophography by knate myers at the karl g. jansky very large array (vla), a radio astronomy observatory located on the plains of san agustin, fifty miles west of socorro, new mexico. the vla was perhaps made most famous by carl sagan in the original cosmos documentary, and in the movie “contact”, which was based on his novel.

(more astrophotography)

(via globalonenessprojectmagazine)

Watching the eclipse.

Total Lunar Eclipse of the Heart. #lunareclipse #bloodmoon

Airing out the tent. #tent #maintenance #mckinley #twoperson #tooshort #backpacking #lightweight #ultralightweight #camping #hooptent #drying #dryingout #airdry

Big Sur group photo! Awesome trip.