Cognitive Musings of a Carbon Collective

Stuff.

2014.04.06-15

Bridges and gloomy days.


elowees: Bluish
2014

elowees: Bluish

2014

(Source: filmisgod)

filmisgod:


the pleasure of seeing a light at the end of the tunnel.
a partly abandoned trail under a bridge. Rīga.

filmisgod:

the pleasure of seeing a light at the end of the tunnel.

a partly abandoned trail under a bridge. Rīga.

explosm:

By Dave. Head on over to http://www.explosm.net! Reading the comic on the site helps us out a ton. Plus, we have loads more over there!

explosm:

By Dave. Head on over to http://www.explosm.net! Reading the comic on the site helps us out a ton. Plus, we have loads more over there!

theuppitynegras:


graphitetroll:

strangeasanjles:

2cutetopuke:

A woman hitting a neo-nazi with her handbag, Sweden, 1985. The woman was reportedly a concentration camp survivor.

Good.

FUCK HIM UP

Bless her heart and soul

theuppitynegras:

graphitetroll:

strangeasanjles:

2cutetopuke:

A woman hitting a neo-nazi with her handbag, Sweden, 1985. The woman was reportedly a concentration camp survivor.

Good.

FUCK HIM UP

Bless her heart and soul

(Source: sonounsoffione, via rockitoutlikemozart)

fotojournalismus:

Donbas, Ukraine. Known for its various coal mines, is considered home to some of the most hazardous working conditions in the world. And yet, coal mining serves as the only source of income for many families receiving tax support from the government.

While most of the mining projects operate under the government, a recent rise of illegal mining has begun to spread across the region to pursue efficiency and increase profit. While creating millions of dollars in revenue, working hours upon hours under exposed coal dust and methane can take a debilitating toll on the workers’ personal safety.

Toronto-based photographer Valeriya Myronenko documents critical working and living conditions for both government and illegal workers in Donbas.

(via vicemag)

"I know…
Somehow… I’ve always known”

THEN WHY DID YOU KISS HIM

filmisgod:

The Arctic Monkeys show in YborTUMBLR / FLICKR

filmisgod:

The Arctic Monkeys show in Ybor
TUMBLR
 / FLICKR

filmisgod:

TUMBLR / FLICKR

This photo was taken over 20 years ago by Todd Robertson during a KKK rally in northeast Georgia. One of the boys approached a black state trooper, who was holding his riot shield on the ground. Seeing his reflection, the boy reached for the shield, and Robertson snapped the photo.
I think the officer’s expression says it all. This child standing before him is being taught how to hate even though he doesn’t understand it. He probably doesn’t understand the difference between this and Halloween.