my name is Ericka and I'm 21 years old. The Beatles are life ruiners. I love music, traveling, and anything worth living for.
life is beautiful and I plan on living it to the fullest. I'm a liberal nut. Peace and Equality are what I live for :) feel free to ask me anything!
The cute little monk in Xichan Temple, Fuzhou, southeast China’s Fujian Province.
OH MY GOODNESS OH MY GOODNESS
The Little Rascals 20th Anniversary Reunion
“When you’re an introvert like me and you’ve been lonely for a while, and then you find someone who understands you, you become really attached to them. It’s a real release.”
Before They Pass Away by Jimmy Nelson
Jimmy Nelson started working as a photographer in 1987. Having spent 10 years at a Jesuit boarding school in the North of England, he set off on his own to traverse the length of Tibet on foot. The journey lasted a year and upon his return his unique visual diary, featuring revealing images of a previously inaccessible Tibet, was published to wide international acclaim.
Soon after, he was commissioned to cover a variety of culturally newsworthy themes, ranging from the Russian involvement in Afghanistan and the ongoing strife between India and Pakistan in Kashmir to the beginning of the war in former Yugoslavia.
In early 1994 he and his Dutch wife produced Literary Portraits of China, a 30 month project that brought them to all the hidden corners of the newly opening People’s Republic. Upon its completion the images were exhibited in the People’s Palace on Tiananmen Square, Beijing, and then followed by a worldwide tour.
From 1997 onwards Jimmy began to successfully undertake commercial advertising assignments for many of the world’s leading brands. At the same time he started accumulating images of remote and unique cultures photographed with a traditional 50-year-old plate camera. Many awards followed. When he started to successfully and internationally exhibit and sell these images, this created the subsequent momentum and enthusiasm for the initiation of Before they Pass Away.
Used to reference when too much effort is being applied in a certain situation. (I.e. Heating up an entire pizza just to get once slice — “That’s doin’ the most.”) Is in contrast to “that’s doin’ the least.” (via blackproverbs)
Recording session for “What You’re Doing”, E.M.I. Studio Two, 30th September 1964, 6.30 to 10.30 pm. Photos by Robert Freeman.
The Beatles. On set of ‘A Hard Day’s Night’. Photographed by Astrid Kirchherr. (1964)
Just wait for it.