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Jul 29, 2014 / 11 notes

therachelcontinuum:

thephoenicianrealm:

I finished season 3 and now I feel hollow ;-;

It better get renewed or I might die.

Now your in the same boat as the rest of us that made it to the end of S3.

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Jul 26, 2014 / 180 notes

hitrecord:

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Interesting source.

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thisistheverge:

The year’s best drone photography, from eagles to fireworks Aerial photo site Dronestagram picks its 2014 winners

Beautiful shot.
Jul 12, 2014 / 305 notes

thisistheverge:

The year’s best drone photography, from eagles to fireworks
Aerial photo site Dronestagram picks its 2014 winners

Beautiful shot.

(via newsweek)

Jul 12, 2014 / 670 notes

photojojo:

With the increasing popularity of drones, the art of drone photography is finally starting to catch on!

The website Dronestagram teamed up with National Geographic to organize the first ever Drone Photography Awards. Check out the winners below!

Winning Photos From the First Ever Drone Photography Awards

via Fubiz

I want to learn drone photography. Checking out a class this fall.

Jul 12, 2014 / 76 notes

jaifkncourtney:

8 Gifs Per Episode: Continuum
↳ Alec Sadler (1x04)

Renew Continuum.

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Aug 10, 2013

New post

Watch this space for more pictures every week.

Aug 10, 2013

Shimmers and ripples

Aug 10, 2013

August changes

This is a month for changes — bringing some order to the changes to create transitions.

I read an article a few days ago about attention. We can take in only so much information per second, and we have only so many seconds in our lifetime. Think of attention as a finite resource.

The author of the article pointed out that we too often spend our lifetime’s allocation of attention without even thinking about it — another way of saying it’s important to be present and make good use of our time and energy.

But combining that idea with the fact that our brain capacity also is finite — very large but finite none the less — I realized I’m spending too much time and brain capacity on things that don’t matter. That’s a change I’m making as of now.

Aug 10, 2013