Gangnam Style cover - Janice and Sonia Lee (Jayesslee)
Not With Haste (iTunes Festival 2012) - Mumford & Sons
We will run and scream
You will dance with me
They’ll fulfill our dreams
And we’ll be free
And we will be who we are
And they’ll heal our scars
Sadness will be far away
Do not let my fickle flesh go to waste
As it keeps my heart and soul in its place
And I will love with urgency but not with haste
Meanwhile In Russia…
6:37 is the best thing that I’ve ever seen.
I have to go to the bathroom, and I literally almost peed in my pants.
Watch this before you hate on her.
ONLY AT COACHELLA.
I opened my lens wide open, and caught a french mother teaching her daughter how to count. The company that I rented this lens from shipped it broken, but it gives my lens a blurred effect when it’s wide open. What do you think?
I like the effect, and the black and white is a wonderful touch! kdljfl;askfas This is so sweet! I wonder how high they counted, they were already up to the fifties!
Ahhhhh. Tu me manques, la France!
This is kind of a letdown, since Jared is Justin’s cousin. HAHAHAHAHAHA. You’re kind of obligated to be nice. But, at the same time, you can tell how great and supportive of a family he’s had since the beginning. :)
Witchery SS’10 [feat. Elyse Taylor and Oliver Altman]
Witchery is one of my favorite international high street brands - from their campaigning methods [online magazine, videos] to their choice of models. I love their clothing, as well. Every piece has the right touch of femininity, without appearing overly sophisticated.
Visual Postcard of the Day: Nathan Miller took his Canon EOS 7D along on a trip to Japan. This is what he saw.
(Editing and sound design by Matthew Brown.)
Beautiful, gorgeous, flawless, etc.
I MISS YOU, JAPAN. <3
Life is about breaking out into a spontaneous dance party to the sound of ice cream truck music at 1am.
Photographer Sean Stiegemeier took footage of Eyjafjallajökull erupting, and turned it into a breathtaking time-lapse video.
Damn you, Volcano Eyjdslfja;dfja;! Why do you have to be so disruptive, yet so beautiful?