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  2. dadsofficial:

    So apparently it’s a turnoff to yodel during sex?

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  3. headless-horse:

the parlor, Thank you Jerry Uelsman 

    headless-horse:

    the parlor, Thank you Jerry Uelsman 

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  4. photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

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  5. billfinger:

Jerry Uelsmann

    billfinger:

    Jerry Uelsmann

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  6. nprfreshair:

Smithsonian:

In the 1960s, Jerry Uelsmann revolutionized the art of photography by manually blending negatives to produce dreamlike landscapes. “The primary creative gesture for most photographers used to be when they clicked the shutter,” Uelsmann says. “But I realized that the darkroom was a visual research lab where the creative process could continue.” Though we’re now in the era of Photoshop, he continues to forsake digital manipulation, as with the 2006 untitled image made from three photos, one including his wife’s hands. “It is an incredible leap of faith to think maybe this tree could blend into these hands,” Uelsmann says. “But the camera is a license to explore.” Uelsmann’s creations are showcased in a traveling exhibit, “Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop,” at the National Gallery of Art through May 5.

    nprfreshair:

    Smithsonian:

    In the 1960s, Jerry Uelsmann revolutionized the art of photography by manually blending negatives to produce dreamlike landscapes. “The primary creative gesture for most photographers used to be when they clicked the shutter,” Uelsmann says. “But I realized that the darkroom was a visual research lab where the creative process could continue.” Though we’re now in the era of Photoshop, he continues to forsake digital manipulation, as with the 2006 untitled image made from three photos, one including his wife’s hands. “It is an incredible leap of faith to think maybe this tree could blend into these hands,” Uelsmann says. “But the camera is a license to explore.” Uelsmann’s creations are showcased in a traveling exhibit, “Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop,” at the National Gallery of Art through May 5.

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  7. princess tiana: raises money on her own and starts her own business as a black woman in the fucking 20s

    everyone:

    princess anna: kinda saves her sister after getting played off as the silly quirky girl the entire movie

    everyone: WHOA!!!! WHAT A FEMINIST!!!!! HOLY SHIT THE ONLY DISNEY PRINCESS TO EVER HAVE GIRL POWER!!!!!! HOLY SHIT!!!!!! HOLY SHI

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  8. comecticut:

    ericapuff:

    today at school a boy named miguel jumped up on the lunch table

    ripped his shirt off (his chest said “be mine”)

    and started playing ‘careless whisper’ on the saxophone that he pulled basically out of thin air

    like you can think i’m lying, i would, but

    image

    ARE THOSE BACKUP DANCERS

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  10. subterraneanscum:

the cat makes this pic

    subterraneanscum:

    the cat makes this pic

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