MARIE-CLAUDE

robertfrancis:

#robertfrancis #thenighttide #heaven #hotterthanoursouls

love it

robertfrancis:

@GeorgeBenson are you there? (at Pop Physique)

robertfrancis:

rasta jammin #onebyone #robertfrancis #thnighttide

kylekrone:

I watch you playing
You turn me on and then you turn me around and down
Nothing is worth saying if I can’t get the words out of my mouth…

Head up, my feeling is just right
Take you for granted or all night
Ride off forever it’s so fine
Tied up together in this love life
I want you…

robertfrancis:

#highlandpark what’s happening to you (at York Blvd)

robertfrancis:

#highlandpark what’s happening to you (at York Blvd)

robertfrancis:

Truck make money #mytruck #trueblue #1972 #f150

robertfrancis:

Truck make money #mytruck #trueblue #1972 #f150

Robert, Ben and David

Robert, Ben and David

thecellar:

smallandtinyhomeideas:

Cool! 😊 I sent this post to Chris awhile back. He was happy to know you gave attribution. Well done curator!

awkwardsituationist:

awkwardsituationist:

chris and malissa tack 140 square foot home near seattle

this was selected as one of the top architecture posts by tumblr’s year in review. excelsior! 

i need this please.

instagram:

Rare Temperature Inversion Fills Grand Canyon with Fog

For more photos from Friday’s fog, explore the #grandcanyon hashtag.

On Friday, 29 November, visitors to the Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA, were greeted with an unlikely surprise as dense, low-hanging fog filled the canyon’s gorges in a rare atmospheric event.

The phenomenon is known as a temperature inversion, where a layer of hot air at higher altitude prevents colder air and fog underneath from rising. Inversions of this magnitude are thought to occur only about once per decade at the Grand Canyon, and visiting Instagrammers documented the event in force.

instagram:

At Sea in the Gulf of Mexico with @hablame_del_mar_marine

To view more photos and videos from the Gulf of Mexico, be sure to follow @hablame_del_mar_marine.

A simple love of the ocean and the vastness of large ships drew Ariel Flores (@hablame_del_mar_marine) to a career as a Merchant Marine. He grew up in Chetumal, a small town four hours from Cancún, Mexico, and now lives further northwest on the Yucatán Peninsula near the Gulf of Mexico. As a second deck officer DPO (Dynamic Position Operator), he monitors satellite systems and laser references to ensure 80-meter (262-foot) DP2 boats maintain their position at sea.

Ariel takes followers aboard his ship through the photos and videos he shares. “I joined Instagram because I love my job and not many people know what we do at sea,” he explains. “I like Instagram because it allows me to share what I do with the world. The responses from a great many followers have been overwhelming. They motivate me to keep shooting and keep enjoying my job.”