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Permalink | 2,985 notes "We are, as a species, addicted to story. Even when the body goes to sleep, the mind stays up all night, telling itself stories." — Jonathan Gottschall, The Storytelling Animal: How Stories Make Us Human (via psych-facts)

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I either have a fiercely strong opinion or I don’t give a fuck at all

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This changed me

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Hung my zines up in my new room today
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George Balanchine, Tchaikovsky Pas De Deux
Suzanne Farrell and Peter Martins, 1976
ph. King Douglas

"This shot is not posed—that is, they are in the middle of a rehearsal on stage. The stage was lit only with work lights, and I knew they wouldn’t provide adequate or attractive light for this photo opportunity, so I brought in one of my large, soft-box electronic strobes which I placed downstage right, out of the way of the dancers.
I like that both their faces are silhouetted in profile. Notice the callous on Suzanne’s left elbow…it’s not a bruise. I wonder what caused that.” [source]