emilione

23 year old Wildlife Biology/ Pre-Vet undergrad in a long distance relationship. Most posts are queued. :)
Rollei lit with just an iPhone and iPad

Rollei lit with just an iPhone and iPad

photojojo:

Here’s a beautiful collection of photos by Simon Davidson shot at Bonneville, a 36,650 acre flat where car fans gather once a year for Speedweek.

Bonneville by Simon Davidson

via Defringe

Esten and I went there this summer! It was pretty awesome!

life:

Happy birthday, Hillary Rodham Clinton.
To honor her 65th birthday, we present a series of portraits of Hillary as a young graduate in 1969 — these photos ran in LIFE in an article titled, simply, “The Class of ’69.”
Enjoy, Internet.

life:

Happy birthday, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

To honor her 65th birthday, we present a series of portraits of Hillary as a young graduate in 1969 — these photos ran in LIFE in an article titled, simply, “The Class of ’69.”

Enjoy, Internet.

photojojo:

Ross Ching used Photoshop to digitally remove all of the pedestrians and moving cars from these time-lapses! Gizmodo writes: 

His short, the first of a series called Empty America, shows every landmark from the Golden Gate Bridge to Fisherman’s Wharf to Lombard Street to Ghirardelli Square to the Bay Bridge, ‘wiped empty of tourists and traffic.

Empty America - Time-Lapses with Humans Edited Out

via John Nack

life:

Caption from March, 1958, issue of LIFE. “On desk George Romney keeps prehistoric animals to remind him of favorite ‘big-car’ analogy. ‘Some dinosaurs had a 70-foot wheelbase and huge fuel consumption. The principal factor in their extinction was the fact that they got so big they were unable to live.’”
See more photos here.


Interesting…

life:

Caption from March, 1958, issue of LIFE. “On desk George Romney keeps prehistoric animals to remind him of favorite ‘big-car’ analogy. ‘Some dinosaurs had a 70-foot wheelbase and huge fuel consumption. The principal factor in their extinction was the fact that they got so big they were unable to live.’”

See more photos here.

Interesting…

life:

Teenagers listen to records in 1944. Photographed by LIFE’s Nina Leen — see more of her work here on LIFE.com.

life:

Teenagers listen to records in 1944. Photographed by LIFE’s Nina Leen — see more of her work here on LIFE.com.

brindlelondonsquattingcat:

Nikon D7000 (Yes, I do still own and use a digital camera though it would seem otherwise from this tumblr!)
Boston Museum of Science. August 2012.

brindlelondonsquattingcat:

Nikon D7000 (Yes, I do still own and use a digital camera though it would seem otherwise from this tumblr!)

Boston Museum of Science. August 2012.