by solestruckshoes

by hikingdreams

by carlsaganrocks

killthesummer:

293. Twice

by killthesummer

by kateoplis

by bryanformhals.com

maxwellmcmaster:

"Gradient Paintings" are available for purchase today!  Limited Edition of 4 paintings with custom painted frames.

Get them here

MaxwellMcMaster.com/shop

by maxwellmcmaster.com

nguanblr:

Japan, 2009

nguanblr:

Japan, 2009

by nguanblr

imagesfromitsnicethat:

Sam Bush tells us what it’s like to photograph riots (Read more)

imagesfromitsnicethat:

Sam Bush tells us what it’s like to photograph riots (Read more)

by imagesfromitsnicethat

elenikalorkoti:

Bristol Zine Fair is this Saturday! Me and Matt Swan will be there selling all sorts of things, among them my new zine published by Jazz Dad Books.

elenikalorkoti:

Bristol Zine Fair is this Saturday! Me and Matt Swan will be there selling all sorts of things, among them my new zine published by Jazz Dad Books.

by elenikalorkoti

rachellevit:

A piece for the NYT Sunday Review: “The Woman’s Heart Attack" written by Martha Weinman Lear.

rachellevit:

A piece for the NYT Sunday Review: “The Woman’s Heart Attack" written by Martha Weinman Lear.

by rachellevit

kateoplis:

"Here in the U.S., apples generally ripen between August and September. They pick the apples when they’re slightly unripe, treat them with a chemical called 1-methylcyclopropene, wax them, box them, stack them on pallets, and keep them in cold storage warehouses for an average of 9-12 months. …In fact, the development and use of 1-MCP has made it common for apples to sit even longer in cold storage."

"According to Martin Lindstrom…the average [U.S.] supermarket apple is 14 months old."

Your Apples Are a Year Old

Photos: Jane Stevens 

by kateoplis

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