I like stuff.

I sell books. I study theatre. I plant flowers. I play three chord songs in a folk band.

 

mdhsphotographs:

Route 40, Western MarylandJune 26, 1965Photograph by A. Aubrey Bodine (1906-1970)Baltimore City Life Museum CollectionMaryland Historical SocietyB1258-12 

mdhsphotographs:

Route 40, Western Maryland
June 26, 1965
Photograph by A. Aubrey Bodine (1906-1970)
Baltimore City Life Museum Collection
Maryland Historical Society
B1258-12 

books0977:

Wild Flowers Worth Notice. Mrs Lankester. Drawings by J.E. Sowerby. London: David Bogue, 1879.
"When you have become well acquainted with the wild plants of your own neighbourhood, there are always rare ones to look for, and great is the interest and excitement attending the discovery of a rare species in an unexpected locality; but before you can expect to become a discoverer, you must be a tolerable botanist."             

books0977:

Wild Flowers Worth Notice. Mrs Lankester. Drawings by J.E. Sowerby. London: David Bogue, 1879.

"When you have become well acquainted with the wild plants of your own neighbourhood, there are always rare ones to look for, and great is the interest and excitement attending the discovery of a rare species in an unexpected locality; but before you can expect to become a discoverer, you must be a tolerable botanist."             

books0977:

The Lute Player (1838). Friedrich von Amerling (Austrian, 1803-1887). Oil on canvas. Osterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna.
Von Amerling was able to combine the stylishness of English portrait painters with the realist traditions of Viennese bourgeois portraiture. One of his specialties was the one-figure genre painting, in which the subjects appear in a costume alien to the milieu, as in The Lute Player.

books0977:

The Lute Player (1838). Friedrich von Amerling (Austrian, 1803-1887). Oil on canvas. Osterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna.

Von Amerling was able to combine the stylishness of English portrait painters with the realist traditions of Viennese bourgeois portraiture. One of his specialties was the one-figure genre painting, in which the subjects appear in a costume alien to the milieu, as in The Lute Player.

books0977:

Isadora Duncan (1909-1929). Émile-Antoine Bourdelle (French, 1861-1929). Ink, watercolour. ®Musée Bourdelle, Paris.
Daily and constant practice of drawing by Bourdelle gave rise to an abundant and varied graphic production, both on the style, themes (intimate portraits, landscapes, nudes classic, figures, architecture, theater stages , preparatory drawings for sculptures) and techniques (pencil, charcoal, ink, watercolor).

books0977:

Isadora Duncan (1909-1929). Émile-Antoine Bourdelle (French, 1861-1929). Ink, watercolour. ®Musée Bourdelle, Paris.

Daily and constant practice of drawing by Bourdelle gave rise to an abundant and varied graphic production, both on the style, themes (intimate portraits, landscapes, nudes classic, figures, architecture, theater stages , preparatory drawings for sculptures) and techniques (pencil, charcoal, ink, watercolor).

fuckyeahgreatplays:

Found some images from the steampunky Twelfth Night I worked on quite a few years ago. Still looks good, I think. (That waiting-woman with the skycap and goggles was one of my favorite costumes.)

On some days, I’m really ambitious and motivated. I get really excited about the planet, America, building my career, traveling, and meeting new people.

And then on other days I’m just like, man, I’m just trying to smoke this weed and get laid.

everydaycarry:

Pangea Designs Pickpocket
If you’re tired of dealing with keychain-induced pocket bulge, this suspension clip and keyhook from Pangea Designs might be the right pick for your pocket. Aside from hanging keys from a belt loop or pocket via its handy pocketclip, the Pickpocket can also open bottles and drive quarter-inch hex bits. Made in the USA from lightweight, skeletonized titanium, this tool can add extra utility to your keychain without the extra bulk.
BUY ($20)

everydaycarry:

Pangea Designs Pickpocket

If you’re tired of dealing with keychain-induced pocket bulge, this suspension clip and keyhook from Pangea Designs might be the right pick for your pocket. Aside from hanging keys from a belt loop or pocket via its handy pocketclip, the Pickpocket can also open bottles and drive quarter-inch hex bits. Made in the USA from lightweight, skeletonized titanium, this tool can add extra utility to your keychain without the extra bulk.

BUY ($20)

susarysadventures:

Jordan and I wandered up to Maryland Heights about a month ago. It overlooks Harpers Ferry and the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers.