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robemmy:

Hypocrisy

So fucking powerful.

can’t get over this

Shit..

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why is your grandma cooler than me

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Nudes2 by Yvonne Wiecek
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onlypaintonthewall:

Fuck up your sleeping schedule with me so i know it’s real. 

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we all have that friend who has to ask her mother to breathe

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Salvador Dali signing books, photo taken with a fisheye lens, by Philippe Halsman in 1963

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Salvador Dali signing books, photo taken with a fisheye lens, by Philippe Halsman in 1963

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Local Lens: Reflections of Singapore’s Changing Cityscape

To see more of Singapore’s diverse architecture through the lens of a local, follow @_yafiqyusman_ on Instagram.

“The places I can go are limited,” says Instagrammer Yafiq Yusman (@_yafiqyusman_) of his tiny island-nation home of Singapore, “but the photo possibilities are limitless.”

Yafiq, who studied architecture in college, enjoys capturing Singapore’s rapidly evolving urban landscape through puddles left by the city’s tropical climate. “Singapore is a modernized country, but there are still places where you can see the olden days,” says Yafiq. “The alleys in Little India, China Town and Boat Quay are a few of my favorite spots and great for puddle shots.”

For more modern photo opportunities, Yafiq favors Raffles Place, a square surrounded by the city’s tallest buildings. And for those seeking respite from Singapore’s fast-paced metropolis, he suggests tracking down a hidden reserve called Punggol Beach. “The best time to visit is during the sunset. It’s beautiful.”