1. 500 posts!

    500 posts!

  2. Hiking into Havasu Canyon (on Havasupai land). This is the largest side canyon of the grand Canyon and Havasu creek flows into the Colorado River.

  3. So true!

    So true!

  4. Always California’s golden hills and hollows…

    Walt Whitman from “Leaves of Grass” 

    I’m coming around to this place. 

    (via thelifeguardlibrarian)

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  5. http://thelifeguardlibrarian.tumblr.com/post/100278438716/thelifeguardlibrarian-between-listening-to-an

    thelifeguardlibrarian:

    Between listening to an absolutely haunting/disturbing DeLillo story two nights ago and seeing Lena Dunham last night, I miss writing. I don’t write much, you know, but I like to share the occasional story from my own archives and this is a fun place to do so, from…

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  6. beingblog:

    Paul @Holdengraber turned me on to this beauty: “Autumn Leaves” performed by trumpeter Chet Baker and Paul Desmond on the alto sax. Others of note include Hubert Laws (flute), Bob James (keyboard), Ron Carter (contrabass), and Steve Gadd (drums).

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  7. vituke:

Merkel в We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/126314171
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  8. Amen!

    Amen!

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  9. doctorswithoutborders:

Photo by Michael Goldfarb/MSF
This is the burned front gate of the Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital in the town of Leer, South Sudan as of February 2014. The hospital was thoroughly looted, burned, ransacked, and effectively destroyed, along with most of Leer, sometime between the final days of January and early February 2014, leaving hundreds of thousands of people cut off from critical, lifesaving medical care. The hospital, opened by MSF 25 years ago, was the only secondary health care facility in Unity State, South Sudan. Hospitals have been ransacked in the towns of Bor, Malakal, Bentiu, Nasir and Leer, often during periods of heavy fighting. The damage goes far beyond the acts of violence themselves as vulnerable people are cut off from healthcare when they desperately need it.

    doctorswithoutborders:

    Photo by Michael Goldfarb/MSF

    This is the burned front gate of the Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital in the town of Leer, South Sudan as of February 2014. The hospital was thoroughly looted, burned, ransacked, and effectively destroyed, along with most of Leer, sometime between the final days of January and early February 2014, leaving hundreds of thousands of people cut off from critical, lifesaving medical care. The hospital, opened by MSF 25 years ago, was the only secondary health care facility in Unity State, South Sudan. Hospitals have been ransacked in the towns of Bor, Malakal, Bentiu, Nasir and Leer, often during periods of heavy fighting. The damage goes far beyond the acts of violence themselves as vulnerable people are cut off from healthcare when they desperately need it.

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