McWay Down There (by RichGreenePhotography.com)Three buddies and I packed up the Nikons and drove north to Big Sur in a quest to fill numerous SD cards with images, in focus and otherwise. Scenery like Big Sur's doesn't disappoint, but sometimes Mother Nature does. The weather forecast that said the winds would be gusty Friday and Saturday -- that was an understatement. They were blowing at a constant 40-50 miles per hour, easy, all along the coast, and I've got the whitecaps to prove it. It made shooting a challenge everywhere -- everywhere except right here, the McWay Falls viewpoint at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, about an hour before sunset. The hues of the ocean are just amazing. Down near LA, where I live, the water is never this blue, much less a cool turquoise in the shallows.
Thought you guys might find this interesting as well, here is Cosmo’s plus size model, Robyn Lawley. You can find the photo here, and see how enraged everyone else is at the idea of “plus size”
My favourite comment was:
Kindly take your ideas of “plus size” and shove them up your ass sideways.
Every man on the planet who has had to reassure his perfectly healthy and proportioned woman she’s not fat because assholes like you perpetuate this idea in her head that she’s “plus size”
that guy though ^
You know, honestly this squicks me out a bit, but they are consenting adults, so I don’t have a problem with it. You look at nature and animals mate with their family members all the time. I think incest is wrong when it involves children and brainwashing and rape… things that would make any other relationship wrong in my eyes. The fact that these people fell in love is strange, but not wrong simply because of their familial relationship.
this is the greatest thing i’ve ever seen
THIS GIF LITERALLY JUST MADE MY ENTIRE WEEK A THOUSAND TIMES BETTER
There is a huge longing
A gap in my soul
For some sexual experience I haven’t found yet
Does it even exist?
A few months ago, San Francisco-based photographer Sarah Deragon decided to start taking pictures of the LGBT community in her area. Deragon asked her subjects to pose for the camera and submit their own personal identifier — their identity.
As the portraits went viral, the photographer realized “The Identity Project” had national, even global potential. With that in mind, Deragon has started an Indiegogo campaign in the hope of taking the project on the road to reach as many people as possible with her message.
Missed by a hare.
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