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“For those who are willing, but fail to ask the right questions [they] end up carelessly undervaluing their work—seriously undercutting the market. Ask the uncomfortable questions. Usually they are only uncomfortable for you.” ~Jess Dudley
"For those who are willing, but fail to ask the right questions [they] end up carelessly undervaluing their work—seriously undercutting the market. Ask the uncomfortable questions. Usually they are...
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Originally posted on Cristian Mihai:“What if I fall?”  “Oh my darling, what if you fly?” Do you ever ask yourself if you like the person you are? If you are who you’ve always wanted to be? Do you know who you want to be? To be honest, it wasn’t until a…
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Drowning

Water rushes past.
Heart bleeds blue. Hand reaches up.
Last gasp for air. Drown.

#iPhoneography #poetics #experimental #dolphinvszombie
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When invited.
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It ain't poppin' unless you got some #mazapan up in this bitch!

#iPhoneography #vintagedays
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Gosh awful memories of my fat fat fatty younger self! ...not that I'm skinny now or fit.  I'm not Jason Fracarolol
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Keys to your Heart


#iPhoneography #objects #stilllife
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Thanks Jason!
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“Awards are merely badges of mediocrity.” ~Charles Ives
"Awards are merely badges of mediocrity." ~Charles Ives
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+Cleo Anderson Always on...never off.
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“It’s good that every actor is the best advocate for his or her own character. They are the…

“It’s good that every actor is the best advocate for his or her own character. They are the lawyer for their own defense. A good actor will be thinking, feeling and questioning.” ~Oliver Stone
"It’s good that every actor is the best advocate for his or her own character. They are the lawyer for their own defense. A good actor will be thinking, feeling and questioning." ~Oliver Stone
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It ain’t golden unless you get it in writing.
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Silent night. My feet hit the ground like distant rumbling thunder.
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The Fisherman and his Mindmelded Cormorant Bird

This was the wildest thing I've ever seen.  I got in close to this fisherman on the Li River, and he had his trusty bird-friend right behind him.  No matter which way the fisherman turned his head, the bird looked the exact same way.  It reminded me of the daemons from His Dark Materials.  I have about 6 frames I shot where they are all looking in the same direction as they rotate their heads... I wish I had it on video!  

This is a Cormorant Bird, and they have a little ring around their throats so they can't swallow the fish they catch...  the fisherman takes the fish out of his mouth and puts it in a straw basket at the back of the bamboo boat.  The ring is just wide enough to let little fishes go through...  

(this was taken with the Sony A7r and the Leica 24mm at f/1.4 - processed with my Lightroom Presets - "Fire of the Chandrian" I think)
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Wistful sounds of wind.
Trees sway as beams of light stream.
Thoughts of her. He smiles.

#iPhoneography #haiku #poetics #time #beauty
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The Button Bow
Eco-friendly fashion using scrap fabrics

So my friend and talented fashion designer +Alyssa Bird  has come out with an accessory line that takes scrap fabrics discarded from design studios and found a way to reuse them. The result? An eco-friendly line that helps reduce landfill waste. Plus, it'll make you look good and feel great!

Check out their project here: bit.ly/buttonbow

#fashion #recycledfashion #ecofriendly #accessories
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Not only was the food great, but what a wonderful experience. We were a little dismayed when we arrived the other night to closed doors. With a little diligence we were able to discover that the dining room was closed for renovations and that they were in fact still open. We then placed our order for to-go when we—by happenchance—met the owner of the restaurant. Apologies were made for the inconvenience and were given a sneak peak at what the re-grand opening was going to look like. And then we were treated with another surprise: drinks on the house! While we waited for our food we carried on with our conversation with the owner and he proceeded to buy us a round of beers. We politely refused at first, but was quick to realize our offense. At the end when it came near to finish our transaction, we found out that we were neatly taken care of in terms of our food for the evening. How nice of them; an example of going above and beyond taking care of their customers. ~*The Food*~ When we got home we quickly tore open the sweet naan (with coconut), basmatti rice, and proceeded with the saag paneer and chicken jalfrezi. One word: amazing! We ordered the food to be of medium spice and that was just enough for us. Just the threshold for me. (If you are sensitive to spiciness, I would recommend you go with mild or mild-medium if you still want a little spice to it.) The food was flavorful and enough for three people. Yes, we ordered rice and we received two containers of it. I hope this is the normal portion as I said before, the order is complete to serve three people with European portion sizes. If not, and rice is your thing—you may want to double up then. To end the evening we received a followup phone call from the owner to ensure that everything was to our liking, this and the fact that we were invited back to the reopening of their dining room once the renovations have finished. Again, a nice touch with the customer service. Service aside, we would definitely come back and I think the restaurant may have found itself with a new repeat customer. I realize that this may have been a special case and like anything else, your dining experience and opinion may vary, but I do hope that your experience (if not like ours) of Anarkali will be a positive experience. ~J.F.
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