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Some of the places I've been

Some of the places I need to go

 

This is what I want:
grab what you can of my hair
as if it is my soul
and pull. Pull me against you,
pull until you’re sure
I’ll fall no further into hell
than your lips on mine.

Pull until I come against you
like your own hand, like your own skin;
and then teach me everything,
eveything you’ve ever learned
about making yourself shudder
and break and die. Only now,
only this time, break and die in me.

Peregrine (via youreyesblazeout)

guardian:

These high-quality images may look like photographs of world cities at night taken by astronauts from the International Space Station – but they are painstakingly constructed from public map data and finessed by artist Marc Khachfe. See more

(Source: theguardian.com)

ryanpanos:

Black Friday-The Collapse of the American Shopping Mall | Seph Lawless | Via

When they were built in the 1970s these two gleaming Ohio malls were symbols of the boom years in the U.S., and their wide walkways were filled with shoppers. 

Now the verdant foliage that decorated them has died off and the fountains inside are dry as store after store deserted the out-of-town malls. 

The demise of the Rolling Acres and and Randall Park Mall have been documented by photographer Seph Lawless, who remembers visiting them when he was a child and even had his first job at one of the them.

jess1cale:

Here’s my full video of today’s elephant walk. We flew 16 birds. 8 tact. 8 weather. Each did a chute drop. We had jumpers but the ceiling was too low. This is the first and last time these birds will fly together. We’ve had a bird participate in the anniversary of the storming of Normandy’s elephant walk, but nothing like this. This is the most awesome work day of the 14 years I’ve been at Keesler. It’s a bit bittersweet. In several months, we’re losing the tact birds. The remaining will stay, for now. Le sigh.