Ages ago, my dad stuck a picture of Daniel Craig on my door, along with a speech bubble saying,
“Stop! Aliens! I will pout you to death!”
Imagine a crime show where the main characters solved the case in the first five minutes and the rest of the episode just showed them walking around and drinking coffee.
Because I never post anything, especially not photos of myself, here is some FACIAL SPAM.
I often think people are inherently rude and ungrateful.
Or maybe working in the service industry just makes me cynical.
somebody give these men ALL THE AWARDS!! :D
Do not lie to me tumblr
I don’t know, I think it’s rather flattering.
jesus god can I please get more of these
Obviously the only way to wear a shirt.
Men of Tumblr…
The men of tumblr win
i could dig it.
Seem’s legit tbf
Boy, this look is fabulous but I can’t seem to get the bow just right.
At first I was mad because I thought I looked ugly
But I simply added a cute jacket and I became glamorous!
THAT LAST ONE WITH THE JACKET TOO, HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!
Why are these guys doing this?
I mean, why even try, when the baddest bitch is right here?
This made my night.
You are all my heroes.
I think this short sleeve makes me look slutty.
^ Brb dying. x’DDD
hahahaha this is classic
Photographer Dane Shitagi created the Ballerina Project as an ongoing exploration of the elegant beauty of ballerinas. The project initially began in Honolulu, Hawaii, but has since taken to the city streets of New York, Boston, and Toronto. Each composition elegantly combines the smooth lines and curves of a ballerina’s body, strikingly contrasted with the geometric shapes of busy urban landscapes.
Shitagi has developed this ongoing project across 12 years, and he says it’s not your typical dance photography project, but rather, “an etching of ballerinas’ hearts and emotions.” His beautifully precise subjects are placed softly against the harsh urban surroundings, and each creative juxtaposition is more expressive than the next.
If you are interested in these captivating photographs, you can see more of the project on Facebook
I really wish I could dance.