littlefooted:

Drummers and musicians…this is rad

Holy drummer madness. All drummers must watch

dfabove1979:

Trainwreck1979- Death from Above 1979

Track Day: Death from Above 1979’s new track Trainwreck 1979. I’m so stoked that these guys are making music again after 10 years! ANNND I get to see them at Fun Fun Fun Fest this November. Hell to the yeah!

thecutestofthecute:

Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler Appreciation Post

va103:

Supermoon

va103:

Supermoon

foxmouth:

Places of Solitude, 2013 | by Laura Tidwell

Photo Journal: Long overdue photos from last month in a weekend in San Francisco. I went up for my cousin’s HS graduation as well as weekend with the gf.  What a packed couple of days and I am so grateful for my friend who literally took a whole day to show us the sights. So my cousin, hapa like myself, just graduated from HS and going to an art college in Maryland to hone her already ridiculous talent. Spent time catching up with my aunt and uncle. We went to the beautiful Muir Woods and took a misnamed Ocean View Trail up to the top of the peak. I absolutely love Redwoods. They make me feel like I’m in my most comfortable element.

I’ve had this dream of visiting every pro baseball field in the US before I die and I got to knock another one off my list on this trip. What a special game it was. The Yankees were in town to see the A’s. I got to see Kuroda pitch and Ichiro not in a Mariners uniform was very odd. But two Japanese stars out on the field at once was a rare treat. On top of that, to see Jeter in his last season was quite special as well. 

All in all, a great trip. I really enjoyed the Berkeley area and my gf and I vowed that if we ever went to grad school, UC Berkeley would be our first choice. We fell in love with that campus!

I can’t wait to go back and visit again soon.

ways-of-seeing:

Spectacular 7 million light installation in the Nabana no Sato botanical garden on the island of Nagashima in Kuwana, Japan. So beautiful.

ways-of-seeing:

Spectacular 7 million light installation in the Nabana no Sato botanical garden on the island of Nagashima in Kuwana, Japan. So beautiful.