Photo 17 Sep Planing my walking tour trough the halls of Photokina, nice to enjoy free press wifi

Planing my walking tour trough the halls of Photokina, nice to enjoy free press wifi

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fCan piling logs be an art form? Yes, apparently. There are people out there who arrange huge piles of logs into beautiful pictures that will gradually disappear as they are burned throughout the cold winter months.

It can all seem a bit absurd until you realize that, depending on the type of wood and how they’re cut, logs actually present quite the variety of colors and textures for someone with the patience and the eye to take advantage of them. There are even art galleries that have showcased art like this. If you’ve been inspired to create your own log pile art, share it with us below!

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Photo 12 Sep 21,998 notes tastefullyoffensive:

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nationalfilmsociety:

Adaptation

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coraregina:

Cats, what the fuck.

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Photo 12 Sep Mannheim 21 _MAW7230 on Flickr.The joy of water #Mannheim #photo #bw

Mannheim 21 _MAW7230 on Flickr.

The joy of water #Mannheim #photo #bw

Photo 3 Sep 339 notes How is The Ice Bucket Challenge called in Scotland ?

How is The Ice Bucket Challenge called in Scotland ?

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Photo 30 Aug 26 notes 
Learning to make films is very easy. Learning what to make films about is very hard.
George Lucas

Learning to make films is very easy. Learning what to make films about is very hard.

George Lucas

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Photo 29 Aug In case you don’t know, these are the very best chips now available in HK. Don’t take the cheese or salted ones!

In case you don’t know, these are the very best chips now available in HK. Don’t take the cheese or salted ones!

Link 26 Aug 92,410 notes Have you ever wondered where books come from?»

randomhouse:

zwischendenstuehlen:

Well then, let me show you, because that’s what I do for a living.

Right now, it’s this time of the year, and the little ones have just freshly hatched:

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You’ll notice they’re still blind and naked when they hatch. So I make them little coats to…

Photo 25 Aug 1 note Two Birds_TPO7041-2 on Flickr.#photo #sepia #HK

Two Birds_TPO7041-2 on Flickr.

#photo #sepia #HK

Photo 24 Aug 1 note Sundowner #pastis #photo #filter #ftw

Sundowner #pastis #photo #filter #ftw

Photo 20 Aug 135 notes 
I love Bresson. I have a small collection of his films at home and I watch them very closely again and again. It’s like reading poetry. I don’t particularly like films and I also don’t understand them very well. For me, watching a film presents a strain of a special kind. However, when watching Bresson, I feel completely free and am scared of nothing. I’m not scared of anything. No wonder the French don’t understand or appreciate him at all. There’s nothing strange about it, he is too great even for a country like France.
-Aleksandr Sokurov
[Senses of Cinema]

I love Bresson. I have a small collection of his films at home and I watch them very closely again and again. It’s like reading poetry. I don’t particularly like films and I also don’t understand them very well. For me, watching a film presents a strain of a special kind. However, when watching Bresson, I feel completely free and am scared of nothing. I’m not scared of anything. No wonder the French don’t understand or appreciate him at all. There’s nothing strange about it, he is too great even for a country like France.

-Aleksandr Sokurov

[Senses of Cinema]

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Photo 17 Aug 512 notes 
François Truffaut and Jean-Pierre Leaud, June 1971
Photo by Richard Avedon

François Truffaut and Jean-Pierre Leaud, June 1971

Photo by Richard Avedon

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