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Lee Jeffries career began as a sports photographer, capturing the beautiful game of football in Manchester. Then a chance meeting with a homeless woman living in the streets of London changed his life forever. He has since dedicated himself to capturing gripping portraits of the disenfranchised. Shooting exclusively in black and white, Lee Jeffries’ 135+ pictures can be viewed in his Flickr Photostream . The majority are closeup portraits with incredible detail.
Ensimmäinen asia, minkä tiedetoimittaja oppii on se, miten vähän hän voi luottaa omaan tietoonsa. Siksi minua ei lakkaa hämmästyttämästä, miten suuresti monet muut täällä tietämiseensä luottavat. Jokainen päivä mediassa on täynnä kaikentietäviä kannanottoja: Mitä tapahtuu, jos emme tue Kreikkaa? Mitä tapahtuu jos tuemme Kreikkaa? Mitä tapahtuu, jos maahanmuuttopolitiikan linja jatkuu? Mitä tapahtuu, jos se muuttuu?
Hi friends! We are traveling home today from an amazing trip to New York. Here are a few photos that the four of us snapped with our iPhones...
Bette Midler, David Bowie, Michael Jackson and Cher Gerald R. Ford and Pelé (Source: usnatarchives , via npr ) John McEnroe, Novak Djokovic and Richard Branson Gilles Deleuze, Jean-Paul Sartre et Michel Foucault
“How chakras reveal the state of your health:” A chakra is a vortex of energy. There are seven main chakra points on the human body which start at the base of the spine and finish at the crown. Simultaneously, they vibrate to create the body’s electro-magnetic field, or aura. As science states, color is a vibration of light; each chakra has a corresponding color. “Healing with crystals and gemstones:” Healing with crystals and gemstones is an ancient science.
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Each US state is fitted out with an array of state symbols, from birds and crustaceans over colors and poems to tartans and toys. This map takes care of a glaring omission in that long list of attributes, trivial and otherwise (1), and provides an overview of state movies. To qualify as such, a state movie has to be set in said state, and its location must be recognisable from, referenced in and (somewhat) relevant to the movie.
run. bara för att. just because.
I'm a huge fan of Kate Spade, so of course I'm in love with their newest brand, Kate Spade Saturday which just launched this past weekend. Kate Spade Saturday is Kate Spade's more casual, yet still vibrant and quirky, little sister that channels the carefree spirit of the weekend and brings it to clothes, accessories, and home goods for every day of the week. I'm in love with so many of the simple silhouettes that can be worn in so many ways (and how fun are these F.Y.I. videos ?!?). So I've partnered with Kate Spade Saturday to give away this sunny yellow Half Circle bag (which retails for $160) to one lucky reader. It's been the perfect little bag to carry my everyday must-haves, plus it converts to a clutch and you can use the strap as a belt ( see it in F.Y.I. )!
Here are a collection of my posts that I received great feedback from, posts that I feel reveal a lot about life living with Chronic Illness. This is a small collection at the moment as I have only recently started this website however I will update this page as I go. I hope you enjoy this collection of your favourite posts. My first post – Living with Chronic Illness, 2 Quotes to Motivate You – has been very popular. It gives you a better idea about my aim for this website and an insight into my life.
I've been writing this post in my head for sometime now, thinking of new things I want to add to it every time something pops into my head, which is pretty much every night as I workout. It's been almost three months of CrossFitting at Captain CrossFit and I love it, and I wanted to talk a bit more about it with all of you. A couple of things though, before I get into my experience. I've received a few comments that CrossFit is expensive. Yes, it definitely is.
National Geographic is once again holding their annual Photo Contest , with the deadline for submissions coming up on November 30th. For the past eight weeks, they have been gathering and presenting galleries of submissions, encouraging readers to rate them as well. National Geographic was again kind enough to let me choose some of their entries from 2010 for display here on The Big Picture.