Political Fashion

#Photoshop

openmikeonline:

You know like, when you’re out
And you see people take pictures
And they make the photo look like they’re having the time of their lives.
And you’re there thinking
“You’re not having this much fun, you’re just making it look way”
And then everyone sits down and goes back to what they were doing

Do you think anyone has as much fun as they make out on social media?
Cos pictures are the last thing I think about when I’m genuinely having fun.

OpenMike


yagazieemezi:

POPULAR POST 2013
PHOTOGRAPHY OF AFRICA:
Australian photographer Jonathan May  at Thika Primary School for the Blind in Kenya. May highlights the struggles of the students by fading the portraits to match their personal visual perspective based off the % of their impairment.

yagazieemezi:

POPULAR POST 2013
PHOTOGRAPHY OF AFRICA:
Australian photographer Jonathan May  at Thika Primary School for the Blind in Kenya. May highlights the struggles of the students by fading the portraits to match their personal visual perspective based off the % of their impairment.

yagazieemezi:

POPULAR POST 2013
PHOTOGRAPHY OF AFRICA:
Australian photographer Jonathan May  at Thika Primary School for the Blind in Kenya. May highlights the struggles of the students by fading the portraits to match their personal visual perspective based off the % of their impairment.

yagazieemezi:

POPULAR POST 2013
PHOTOGRAPHY OF AFRICA:
Australian photographer Jonathan May  at Thika Primary School for the Blind in Kenya. May highlights the struggles of the students by fading the portraits to match their personal visual perspective based off the % of their impairment.

yagazieemezi:

POPULAR POST 2013
PHOTOGRAPHY OF AFRICA:
Australian photographer Jonathan May  at Thika Primary School for the Blind in Kenya. May highlights the struggles of the students by fading the portraits to match their personal visual perspective based off the % of their impairment.

yagazieemezi:

POPULAR POST 2013
PHOTOGRAPHY OF AFRICA:
Australian photographer Jonathan May  at Thika Primary School for the Blind in Kenya. May highlights the struggles of the students by fading the portraits to match their personal visual perspective based off the % of their impairment.

yagazieemezi:

POPULAR POST 2013

PHOTOGRAPHY OF AFRICA:

Australian photographer Jonathan May  at Thika Primary School for the Blind in Kenya. May highlights the struggles of the students by fading the portraits to match their personal visual perspective based off the % of their impairment.



dripping-adorableness:

nikkisshadetree:

thepurplepineapple:

zwrotakcji:

***Flawless is truly a flawless song.

^^^THIS!

And people are still not focusing on the message of the song, they are focusing on the “bow down bitches” (which, IMO, is being misunderstood) and the “I woke up like this - Flawless” (which, idiots she’s trying to say that women, no matter what, are flawless).

If this isnt ART
dripping-adorableness:

nikkisshadetree:

thepurplepineapple:

zwrotakcji:

***Flawless is truly a flawless song.

^^^THIS!

And people are still not focusing on the message of the song, they are focusing on the “bow down bitches” (which, IMO, is being misunderstood) and the “I woke up like this - Flawless” (which, idiots she’s trying to say that women, no matter what, are flawless).

If this isnt ART
dripping-adorableness:

nikkisshadetree:

thepurplepineapple:

zwrotakcji:

***Flawless is truly a flawless song.

^^^THIS!

And people are still not focusing on the message of the song, they are focusing on the “bow down bitches” (which, IMO, is being misunderstood) and the “I woke up like this - Flawless” (which, idiots she’s trying to say that women, no matter what, are flawless).

If this isnt ART
dripping-adorableness:

nikkisshadetree:

thepurplepineapple:

zwrotakcji:

***Flawless is truly a flawless song.

^^^THIS!

And people are still not focusing on the message of the song, they are focusing on the “bow down bitches” (which, IMO, is being misunderstood) and the “I woke up like this - Flawless” (which, idiots she’s trying to say that women, no matter what, are flawless).

If this isnt ART
dripping-adorableness:

nikkisshadetree:

thepurplepineapple:

zwrotakcji:

***Flawless is truly a flawless song.

^^^THIS!

And people are still not focusing on the message of the song, they are focusing on the “bow down bitches” (which, IMO, is being misunderstood) and the “I woke up like this - Flawless” (which, idiots she’s trying to say that women, no matter what, are flawless).

If this isnt ART

dripping-adorableness:

nikkisshadetree:

thepurplepineapple:

zwrotakcji:

***Flawless is truly a flawless song.

^^^THIS!

And people are still not focusing on the message of the song, they are focusing on the “bow down bitches” (which, IMO, is being misunderstood) and the “I woke up like this - Flawless” (which, idiots she’s trying to say that women, no matter what, are flawless).

If this isnt ART

(Source: officialanalkendrick)


yagazieemezi:

War Witch:

"Montreal-based filmmaker Kim Nguyen paints a poignant and harrowing portrait of Komona, a 14-year-old girl (wonderfully played by nonprofessional actress Rachel Mwanza) who has been kidnapped from her African village by rebels to become a child soldier. She escapes from the camp with an older albino soldier and experiences for the very first time the joys of a peaceful and loving life, but a fresh tragedy will force her to confront and fight the ghosts haunting her mind. Although inspired by areal story that took place in Burma, Nguyen decided to film War Witch in the Democratic Republic of the Congo without giving a specific location to the plot. He worked on the film for 10 years, watching and catching children’s points of view with his camera and mixing in tightly edited flashbacks in which the spirits of human beings appear with an ultra-realistic and violent storyline. But War Witch is also a poignant and impossible love story filled with magic, picturesque images, and even light moments like the powerful visit to an albino camp or the chasing of a white rooster.” (SOURCE)