Consecutive Pulses

20something. See what I see. Personal photos #hc photography / Instagram @28_06_42_12

With love, from Los Angeles

Consecutive Pulses
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plainivory:

Tamarindo on Flickr.
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cp1919:

My drive to work is always prime

This may not be my drive to work anymore, but that’s ok because now this drive and view are by choice and for pleasure only.
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"Foreigners may be stealing your job, but maybe if someone with no contacts, money, or ability to speak English can steal your job, you deserve to have it stolen."
Louis CK (via we-are-star-stuff)
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losangelespast:

A Pacific Electric Red Car trolley trundles along the western edge of Echo Park on its way to Hollywood, 1950’s.
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lowbudgetphotography:

Boyle Heights, East LOS
lowbudgetphotography:

Boyle Heights, East LOS
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exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Alfredo Barsuglia - Social Pool, 2014
long-term installation on a remote, secret location in the Mojave Desert
dim. unkn.
exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Alfredo Barsuglia - Social Pool, 2014
long-term installation on a remote, secret location in the Mojave Desert
dim. unkn.
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"Never, never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society’s punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way."
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (via panatmansam)
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The World Trade Center | The Pentagon Memorial - LAFD Sherman Oaks
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thegetty:

We went to the moon in 1969.
But humans have been looking at and recording Earth’s moon for centuries and centuries.
The Creation of the Sun, Moon, and Stars,about 1250-1260, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.Two Diagrams with the Sun and the Moon, after 1277, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.Mantel Clock, about 1790-1800, Movement by Nicolas-Alexandre Folin; enamel plaques by Georges-Arien Merlet. J. Paul Getty Museum.Moon Landscape, late 1850s, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.
thegetty:

We went to the moon in 1969.
But humans have been looking at and recording Earth’s moon for centuries and centuries.
The Creation of the Sun, Moon, and Stars,about 1250-1260, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.Two Diagrams with the Sun and the Moon, after 1277, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.Mantel Clock, about 1790-1800, Movement by Nicolas-Alexandre Folin; enamel plaques by Georges-Arien Merlet. J. Paul Getty Museum.Moon Landscape, late 1850s, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.
thegetty:

We went to the moon in 1969.
But humans have been looking at and recording Earth’s moon for centuries and centuries.
The Creation of the Sun, Moon, and Stars,about 1250-1260, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.Two Diagrams with the Sun and the Moon, after 1277, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.Mantel Clock, about 1790-1800, Movement by Nicolas-Alexandre Folin; enamel plaques by Georges-Arien Merlet. J. Paul Getty Museum.Moon Landscape, late 1850s, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.
thegetty:

We went to the moon in 1969.
But humans have been looking at and recording Earth’s moon for centuries and centuries.
The Creation of the Sun, Moon, and Stars,about 1250-1260, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.Two Diagrams with the Sun and the Moon, after 1277, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.Mantel Clock, about 1790-1800, Movement by Nicolas-Alexandre Folin; enamel plaques by Georges-Arien Merlet. J. Paul Getty Museum.Moon Landscape, late 1850s, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.
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we-are-naughty:

Some new surfaces to fuck on…