whatevermakessense:

Noah.
Photo by Evan Tetreault.
Dec 29, 2013
Farm Rd.
Dec 26, 2013

Farm Rd.

Fresh snow on a mountaintop at sunrise.
December, 2012.
Dec 22, 2013

Fresh snow on a mountaintop at sunrise.

December, 2012.

barrybonds:

made some patches
GOOD MORNING NEW YORK LET’S GET THIS MONEY
$8.50
Dec 20, 2013
Statue, Florida.
January, 2013.
Dec 20, 2013

Statue, Florida.

January, 2013.

Fire Tower, Massachusetts.
December, 2012.
Dec 20, 2013

Fire Tower, Massachusetts.

December, 2012.

Dead Fish, Florida.
January, 2013.
Dec 20, 2013

Dead Fish, Florida.

January, 2013.

Air strike kills 13 civilians at wedding; said to be 'mistake'.

A Group was traveling to a wedding in central Yemen when it was allegedly mistaken for al-Qaeda fighters and hit by a drone in Yemen.

At least 13 people have been killed on their way to a wedding in Yemen by a suspected United States drone strike, local officials have said.

Keep in mind, there was no terrorist or suspected terrorist amongst the group, supposedly they missed their target.

Dec 12, 2013
Dec 9, 2013

A handful of 5 images from two summers ago. 

My shoes
Dec 8, 2013

My shoes

Billy Reid Runway FW13
Dec 7, 2013

Billy Reid Runway FW13

Robert Geller FW13 Runway
Dec 7, 2013

Robert Geller FW13 Runway

Siki Im Backstage FW13
Dec 7, 2013

Siki Im Backstage FW13

vicemag:

The Bangladeshis Who Make Your Clothes Have Been Given a Raise
As discouraging as it is, no number of documentaries or worthy articles is suddenly going to make everyone in the world care about the people making our underwear for $1.50 a day. A large part of that is probably because it’s hard to comprehend how shocking the working conditions in Bangladesh’s clothing factories are until you visit them for yourself—until you meet the workers being slapped around by their bosses and the kids being hidden on the factory roof every time Western buyers come to town.
In response to those working conditions and wages, which are among the lowest in the world, some workers have been striking for weeks, their frustration often turning to violence as they clash with police. And those violent protests have won them what looks like a victory: the Bangladesh government announced over the weekend that the minimum wage for garment workers is going to be increased by 77 percent, to $67 a month.
I flew out to Bangladesh a couple of weeks before the pay raise was announced to meet some garment workers. Upon arrival, a contact took me to a poor factory neighborhood—a slum, comprised as it was of a few beaten up huts—on the outskirts of Dhaka. There, he introduced me to Bilkiss, a sweet, pretty 18-year-old who had worked at the same garment factory for five years. She is one of an estimated 4 million in Bangladesh who make our clothes.
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Dec 5, 2013

vicemag:

The Bangladeshis Who Make Your Clothes Have Been Given a Raise

As discouraging as it is, no number of documentaries or worthy articles is suddenly going to make everyone in the world care about the people making our underwear for $1.50 a day. A large part of that is probably because it’s hard to comprehend how shocking the working conditions in Bangladesh’s clothing factories are until you visit them for yourself—until you meet the workers being slapped around by their bosses and the kids being hidden on the factory roof every time Western buyers come to town.

In response to those working conditions and wages, which are among the lowest in the world, some workers have been striking for weeks, their frustration often turning to violence as they clash with police. And those violent protests have won them what looks like a victory: the Bangladesh government announced over the weekend that the minimum wage for garment workers is going to be increased by 77 percent, to $67 a month.

I flew out to Bangladesh a couple of weeks before the pay raise was announced to meet some garment workers. Upon arrival, a contact took me to a poor factory neighborhood—a slum, comprised as it was of a few beaten up huts—on the outskirts of Dhaka. There, he introduced me to Bilkiss, a sweet, pretty 18-year-old who had worked at the same garment factory for five years. She is one of an estimated 4 million in Bangladesh who make our clothes.

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Dec 2, 2013

Colorado and California. July 2013.