1. "We are very good at preparing to live, but not very good at living. We know how to sacrifice ten years for a diploma, and we are willing to work very hard to get a job, a car, a house, and so on. But we have difficulty remembering that we are alive in the present moment, the only moment there is for us to be alive."
    Thich Nhat Hanh (via psych-facts)

  3. I’m thankful for:

    • The feeling I get while walking home (in the mornings, usually) with my headphones in, playing music— the feel of the sun, the people walking by.
    • Breaks between classes when I can read what I want and eat great lunches like yummy salads with lots of veggies.
    • Sitting down to do homework, thinking I have a ton to do and that it will take a ton of time, only to find out that I don’t actually have that much.

  4. "I also had to learn in taking pictures how to develop a personal vision; how to express my own feelings about it, and in order to do that, I had to get in touch with my own feelings and…through photography, through the discipline of the frame, I learned about the world, it became the way I discovered the world, and it also became the way in which I discovered myself."
    — James Nachtwey (via patrickjoust)

    (via kylemyles)


  5. "If I limit myself to knowledge that I consider true beyond doubt, I minimize the risk of error but I maximize, at the same time, the risk of missing out on what may be the subtlest, most important and most rewarding things in life."
    — E.F. Schumacher
  7. hannahpaprockiphotography:

    PJ | With Pineapple

  8. hannahpaprockiphotography:

    PJ | With Pineapple

  10. impetuousvortex:

    brenizer method almost feels like shooting film

    thenameistani is pretty awesome.

  11. (Source: ericmichvel)

  12. jordiortola:


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  14. somethingaboutusny:

    Enjoying beautiful summer mornings at home, my castle, my cozy zone, my favorite place in the world🌸.

    Brooklyn - New York
    July 2014

  15. (Source: kuzurka)