Burberry Autumn/Winter 2014 RTW
I was going to buy groceries last weekend and there was this new chain of paparazzi who just carry a video camera while they’re taking pictures of you, and they start making fun of you to try to make you mad to get a reaction so they can sell it. Like what you do to monkeys in the zoo, when you just bang on the glass to try to make them mad to get a reaction. It just hurts your feelings, because you’re like, ‘Dude, I just want to buy some groceries and you’re making fun of me with a camera in my face.’ So I think it’s really gross. And it makes me feel like people don’t expect me to be a human anymore.
|—||Cornelia Funke, Inkspell (via observando)|
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Svetlana Zakharova and Artem Shpilevsky in ‘Class Concert’, Bolshoi Ballet 2007.
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Are you a bear
Icebergs sometimes have stripes, formed by layers of ice deposited on different conditions. Blue stripes are created when a crevice in the ice sheet fills up with meltwater and freezes so quickly that no bubbles form. Green stripes form when an iceberg falls into the sea and a layer of water rich in algae freezes onto the bottom. Brown, black and yellow lines are caused by sediment, picked up when the ice sheet grinds downhill towards the sea.
(Photos: Antarctica Series by Steve Nicol)