From National Geographic Photo Of The Day; May 16, 2012:
Tsingy Climbing, Madagascar Stephen Alvarez, National Geographic
Climber John “Razor Sharp” Benson weaves through skin-ripping pinnacles. In Malagasy, the formations are called tsingy, meaning “where one cannot walk barefoot.” The terrain resists intrusions from hunters, hungry cattle, and wildfires.
Hand painted shoes I made from the Rookie tutorial, with red ribbon laces.
They look so dreamy!!! - Arabelle
“The clean wall” by Emilio Gomariz.
4 years and half of facebook-data have been deleted.
Aleksandra Nilsen by Åsa Tällgård for Elle Norway, May 2011. Shot on location in Namibia.
#magenta for life with #theSchram at the #northbrooklyncollective #121knickerbocker (Taken with Instagram at North Brooklyn Collective)
Lichens on a dead twig in my yard in Austin. We have had a lot of rain and the lichen fruiting bodies have sprouted.
(photo/text: Jim McCulloch | Flickr)