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whiskeycl0ne:

Hokusai

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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.

newyorker:

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.

(Source: newyorker.com)

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anamorphosis-and-isolate:

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

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charliedaymemes:

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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archatlas:

Just an Apartments Building