we made a list!
we’re thrilled and honored to announce that we have made it onto a Major List! yes, that’s us at the bottom noted as “Dare Devil”, although we’ve also been known as “girl yelling Shut Up” and half of the “get a room couple”. ahhh, it’s good to be recognized in the Who’s Who’s (ok, even if it is The Who’s Who of the Drinking Scene. please do not miss this hilarious piece!)
we made a list!
check out my stuff, don’t you wanna touch?
devastating shots from Hurricane Katrina are building on Flickr. fortunately it seems that not many people ventured out to take photos first hand, like the one shown here taken near an air force base in Biloxi. but there are lots of extensive collections Flickr users have been putting together of the most stricking news photos. here’s a shot of the eye taken from above the clouds, a strange contrast to the intense destruction left by the storm. our hearts and prayers go out to everyone effected.
A Socialite’s Life is ON FIRE! so many great posts in one day!…
– Victoria Beckhams Unfortunate Choice
– Whitney and Bobby the Musical
– Cameron Diaz Turns on the Paparazzi
– Brad Pitt With Zahara Jolie
– Jessica Simpson’s Finger Gets Stuck
– and winner of the best hurricane headline: Katrina and the Waves
Jesus & HeMan roll a joint
told in 103 whacky photos… Jesus & HeMan Roll a Joint (from an anonymous poster of Flickr)
via our new pastime of searching random “tags” on Flickr!
street art on cars
on E. Houston last week… looks like street art is moving to cars…
NY in time
“New York Changing” is a book of wondeful photos from around NY with a very interesting concept behind it. from the official website… “Douglas Levere Revisits Berenice Abbott’s New York – 50 pairs of photographs by contemporary photographer Douglas Levere and world-renown photographer Berenice Abbott. Abbott’s iconic photographs, drawn from the Museum’s permanent collection, were taken in the 1930s and first published in her landmark book, Changing New York (1939). More than six decades later, Levere used the same camera Abbott had used and returned to the same locations at the same time of day and the same time of year.” an exhibition of photos from the book can be seen at The Museum of the City of New York through November 13th.
hey tough guy, you’re tongue’s sticking out of your mouth