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In 2000, after China’s Yellow River had begun to dry up in the warming climate, government officials started a program to protect its source, Sanjiangyuan (“Three River Source”), in Qinghai province. The Sanjiangyuan Reserve would, in theory, attract tourism. But, after a downturn in the national economy, China halted many real-estate projects, and construction on this hotel came to a sudden stop. A residential development northeast of Ngoring Lake. The Tibetans, who once occupied homes made of woven yak hair that were built to be moved around, now live in permanent structures.


Evan Osnos on Ian Teh’s photographs of Chinese landscapes:

“It might be tempting to see Teh’s work as a retreat from our moment, a search for timelessness. That would be a mistake. This series is an alarm, an announcement of terrible beauty, heralding the advancing threat that we pose to our planet.”

Photographs by Ian Teh.


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― Liv & Ingmar (2012)
"…and that’s a good lesson to learn in life. Let go.

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steal his look: charlie kelly

urban outfitters “horsin’ around” destructed tee ($78)
1989 gucci long johns ($690)
loius vuitton casual tube socks ($120)

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Just an Apartments Building