This is how we do it.
i love this so much. the freshness and how alive you feel when you escape to breathe out of the ocean. i wish i was here.
i can’t honestly tell you why i love the ocean so much. i feel apart of something and so connected to the salty water that surrounds me. i love the feeling of coming out of the water like this gif, and feeling the sun wick up the moisture from my soddened face. it’s the best feeling. the feeling of happiness and freedom.
channing o m g
where is this from
Channing fucking Tatum
Some of the most iconic photos of our history. Seeing them in color makes it even more surreal.
HOW THE FUCK IS THIS DONE—
did i already reblog this
who cares it’s awesome
The middle three I think are especially poignant, because I think when images of destruction, violence, and death are seen in black and white, there’s a sort of unreality about them…a tendency to see them as history, the stuff of textbooks, and not as real things that really happened.
WE WERE WATCHING THIS MOVIE IN GYM AND THE MAIN CHARACTER WAS LIKE “I’M TIRED AND HUNGRY AND HORNY” AND ME AT THIS OTHER CUTE GUY IN THE BACK JUST BOTH GO “SAME” AND LOOK AT EACH OTHER AND I WINKED AND EVERYONE WAS SO UNCOMFORTABLE BUT I WAS LAUGHING REALLY HARD AND THIS IS WHY I DONT HAVE FRIENDS
can we have a tumblr marriage for you guys?
IM ACTUALLY CRYING