williamandthings:

A step-by-step of a spice spoon I made

williamandthings:

A step-by-step of a spice spoon I made

bryanseeee:

Lakeside perfection #campvibes #motocamping #tomontanaweshallgo

bryanseeee:

Lakeside perfection #campvibes #motocamping #tomontanaweshallgo

explore-everywhere:

crushedglass:

marksable:

THE SLAP

Remember that video where all those strangers kissed one another on film for the first time? Could anything be more beautiful than that? Yes. Something could.

My friend Max Landis made a video of strangers slapping each other. It’s by far my favorite thing he’s ever done.  Here’s Max describing what he did:

"I gathered acquaintances, friends both casual and close, paired them randomly, put them in a void, and asked them to hit each other in the face. No one was pressured, and everyone was hit as hard as THEY asked to be hit. To go beyond the parody for the full story of what happened, be sure to watch Point of Impact."

THIS IS A MILLION TIMES BETTER THAN THAT STRANGERS KISSING WHATEVER VIDEO. A MILLION TIMES BETTER.

this is amazing.

h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

Makes me want to rush away.

h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

Makes me want to rush away.

coffeentrees:

Join us in asking President @barackobama to stand up for rivers by removing obsolete dams across America, starting with four on the lower Snake River in southeastern Washington. These especially harmful, federally operated dams cost taxpayers millions every year, degrade water quality and impede salmon migration to and from the healthiest habitat remaining in the lower 48 states, while providing no flood control and little irrigation.

It’s time they came down. 
Sign the #DamNationFilm petition at Change.org and forward it to a friend. Your signature will be delivered with thousands more to the @whitehouse in the coming months.

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coffeentrees:

Join us in asking President @barackobama to stand up for rivers by removing obsolete dams across America, starting with four on the lower Snake River in southeastern Washington. These especially harmful, federally operated dams cost taxpayers millions every year, degrade water quality and impede salmon migration to and from the healthiest habitat remaining in the lower 48 states, while providing no flood control and little irrigation.

It’s time they came down.
Sign the #DamNationFilm petition at Change.org and forward it to a friend. Your signature will be delivered with thousands more to the @whitehouse in the coming months.

TAKE ACTION! Click the link in our profile or here —> http://ift.tt/1sBJbd2 by patagonia

daylachris:

Crater Lake, Oregon.

daylachris:

Crater Lake, Oregon.