Collected
Artifacts of inspiration. Stuff by others, stuff by me.
Collected
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Spring is herehttp://www.shanereetz.com/blog
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untrustyou:

Akira Asakura
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"Hard work is not a chore, to struggle is not a curse, and success is not a straight path"
Joshua Kissi (via streetetiquette)

Yes.

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Last touch of sun reflecting on a train.
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acehotel:

Zavrazhye, Russia

On this day in 1932, the world was given one of its most gifted visionaries, the filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky whose recurring themes of dream, memory, childhood, running water accompanied by fire, indoors rain and hazy reflections help us see the world from an indelible new strange and soft angle. His films give breath to dreams of unmistakable beauty. 
Tarkovsky loved the Polaroid camera and always carried one with him. These are a selection of his photos.
acehotel:

Zavrazhye, Russia

On this day in 1932, the world was given one of its most gifted visionaries, the filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky whose recurring themes of dream, memory, childhood, running water accompanied by fire, indoors rain and hazy reflections help us see the world from an indelible new strange and soft angle. His films give breath to dreams of unmistakable beauty. 
Tarkovsky loved the Polaroid camera and always carried one with him. These are a selection of his photos.
acehotel:

Zavrazhye, Russia

On this day in 1932, the world was given one of its most gifted visionaries, the filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky whose recurring themes of dream, memory, childhood, running water accompanied by fire, indoors rain and hazy reflections help us see the world from an indelible new strange and soft angle. His films give breath to dreams of unmistakable beauty. 
Tarkovsky loved the Polaroid camera and always carried one with him. These are a selection of his photos.
acehotel:

Zavrazhye, Russia

On this day in 1932, the world was given one of its most gifted visionaries, the filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky whose recurring themes of dream, memory, childhood, running water accompanied by fire, indoors rain and hazy reflections help us see the world from an indelible new strange and soft angle. His films give breath to dreams of unmistakable beauty. 
Tarkovsky loved the Polaroid camera and always carried one with him. These are a selection of his photos.
acehotel:

Zavrazhye, Russia

On this day in 1932, the world was given one of its most gifted visionaries, the filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky whose recurring themes of dream, memory, childhood, running water accompanied by fire, indoors rain and hazy reflections help us see the world from an indelible new strange and soft angle. His films give breath to dreams of unmistakable beauty. 
Tarkovsky loved the Polaroid camera and always carried one with him. These are a selection of his photos.