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These are super eerie… awesome, but just a little otherworldly.  :-)

HOW ABOUT SOME SAUCE FOR THOSE GIFS, HUH TUMBLR?

These are all works by artist and photographerErdal Inci.

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love: giving someone the power to destroy you and trusting them not to

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love: giving someone the power to destroy you and trusting them not to

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"Don’t compare your Chapter 1 to someone else’s Chapter 20."

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watermel0n-smile:

he just accepts it, not even surprised by it. must happen all the time

I’m so in love with this

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watermel0n-smile:

he just accepts it, not even surprised by it. must happen all the time

I’m so in love with this

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pretty sure my soulmate is a bag of sour gummy worms

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"You’ve become so damaged that when someone tries to give you what you deserve, you have no fucking idea how to respond."

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"She was the kind of girl who loved to stretch out under the sheets, eating chocolate, reading books and fucking on rainy afternoons."

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"
  1. What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
  2. What if I fail — how will I recover?
  3. What if I do nothing?
  4. What if I succeed?
  5. What’s truly worth doing, whether you fail or succeed?
  6. In this failure, what went right?
"

Jonathan Fields, author of Uncertainty: Turning Fear and Doubt into Fuel for Brilliance and creator of the magnificent Good Life Project, proposes six questions that help overcome the fear of failure. Pair with Fields on how to make your own luck, then see this invaluable read on creativity and the gift of failure.

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Spotting #pizzainthewild with @jonpauldouglass

For more photos and videos from Jonpaul’s #pizzainthewild series, follow @jonpauldouglass on Instagram.

"There is a wall in my neighborhood I pass often that’s always covered in graffiti. One time I walked by there was a random pizza tag in the middle of the wall. I thought it was so funny—just a random pepperoni pizza there in the middle of the wall,” says Los Angeles photographer Jonpaul Douglass, creator of the #pizzainthewild hashtag. “I thought it would be humorous to do a photo series of real pizzas on random things, but I didn’t start doing the #pizzainthewild series until months after when I had a bit of free time.”

The series had humble beginnings. “For my first test shot, I just had a pepperoni pizza delivered and went around my neighborhood putting it on stuff,” explains Jonpaul. “I quickly realized that having the pizza sliced wasn’t the way to go. I wanted a pizza that looked more graphical with a nice separation between the cheese and pepperoni. Basically what I wanted was what I call ‘Ninja Turtle pizza,’ because the look of the pizza in those cartoons was perfect.”

After some trial and error, Jonpaul decided on Little Caesars (@littlecaesars) pizza. “The price is as beautiful as the pizza. Five dollars for a large pizza that much of time I reuse… It’s a steal!”

Jonpaul’s series has sparked the interest of pizza lovers on Instagram. “What I have noticed is that lots of people feel very passionate about pizza. So much so that I feel like it warrants a scientific study!” he says. “I’ve been contacted by many pizza fans over the past few months. One guy calls me his ‘honorary pizza brother’ which I get a real kick out of.”