photojojo:

For the past few years, photographer Jimmy Nelson has been working on a daunting project: Capture the world’s rarest tribes. 

With an enormous 4x5 camera, Jimmy has been traveling the world documenting the people whose way of life has never changed. 

Photographing the World’s Rarest Tribes

via It’s Nice That

vvolare:

"The Leshan Giant Buddha," carved from a cliff located east of Lishuan city. The statue took more than 90 years to complete beginning in the year 713 and finishing in the year 803. The Buddha is 71 meters high and has 8.3 meter long fingers. The 9 meter wide instep is large enough for 100 people to sit on.

vvolare:

"The Leshan Giant Buddha," carved from a cliff located east of Lishuan city. The statue took more than 90 years to complete beginning in the year 713 and finishing in the year 803. The Buddha is 71 meters high and has 8.3 meter long fingers. The 9 meter wide instep is large enough for 100 people to sit on.

unknowneditors:

Chalkboard Saturday by Scott Biersack 

Chalkboard Saturday is constructed in the hallway of the COOR building at ASU, where an enormous 8ft tall by 30ft wide wall is open for public use. originally motivated to improve his lettering skills - he started to use the medium of chalk for his work. each piece takes around 5-7 hours to complete and can be easily destroyed by people passing by.

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ladysatan:


The Unbelievable Photos Taken by the Crazy Russians Who Illegally Climbed Egypt’s Great Pyramid
 Max Read


Last week in Egypt, a group of Russian photographers apparently climbed the Great Pyramid of Giza—hiding from guards for four hours after closing time before beginning the ascent. Climbing the pyramid, one of the photographers claims, carries a punishment of one to three years. But it was worth it. “I was speechless,” one wrote. “I felt a chilling delight, absolute happiness.”

FUCK.

ladysatan:

The Unbelievable Photos Taken by the Crazy Russians Who Illegally Climbed Egypt’s Great Pyramid

Last week in Egypt, a group of Russian photographers apparently climbed the Great Pyramid of Giza—hiding from guards for four hours after closing time before beginning the ascent. Climbing the pyramid, one of the photographers claims, carries a punishment of one to three years. But it was worth it. “I was speechless,” one wrote. “I felt a chilling delight, absolute happiness.”

FUCK.