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XD

XD

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no-fear-no-shame-no-guilt:

When I was 15 I was commissioned by a drummer friend of mine to paint his drum kit in a psychedelic fashion. To avoid making the paint job permanent I painted the designs on canvases and then glued the canvases to the pearlized acetate drum shells. The paint job gained quite a bit of attention and was featured in Verve magazine. This picture was shot by a staff photographer of Verve Magazine. Circa 1968. ~ Trabue Gentry

woodendreams:

(by Kat Burns)

woodendreams:

(by Kat Burns)

wowtastic-nature:

McWay Falls under galaxy by  Murali Achanta on 500px.com (Original Size - Height: 1200px - Width: 801px)

wowtastic-nature:

McWay Falls under galaxy by Murali Achanta on 500px.com
(Original Size - Height: 1200px - Width: 801px)

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lizlizlovely:

kleat:

izzebeth:

this is so so so important !!

important

that last statistic 

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woodendreams:

(by TinaP358)

woodendreams:

(by TinaP358)

Black and White Series: August Burns Red

joelpilotte:

Made up a blog post with some of my film images that I took while out with August Burns Red. Really happy with how most of these turned out.

Beautiful.

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joelpilotte:

I would like to discuss this photo and why it might be one of my favourite images I have ever created.This is Matthew Greiner, which, some of you may know him as the drummer from the band August Burns Red. ABR has been a band since 2003 and have been going steady ever since. When they first started out, Matt and JB (ABR’s lead guitarist), would write all of their material in the barn loft on Matt’s parents farm. Not only did he and JB write albums such as Thrill Seeker and Messengers (some of my favourite albums to this day) in this loft, but the band also used to practice here constantly whenever they were at home in Pennsylvania. Myself being a fan of the band as well as their friend, it was truly incredible to see in person.There are set lists and lyrics plastered all over the walls from throughout the years writing and rehearsing in this space. When I had the opportunity to hang out with Matt on our off day in his hometown, he was kind enough to bring me by the farm and show me these places. I took this photo on a Leica Mini with Illford HP5+ film because I didn’t think a digital image would have done it justice. It was meant to be a sincere moment, and I feel like this photo just means more to me knowing that I have the exact 35mm slide, cut and mounted, so no matter what, I can re-print and keep this image forever. Just seeing the place where one of my favourite bands growing up used to jam and write the albums that I wouldn’t stop listening to in high school was a truly priceless moment in my life that I will never forget. Having the opportunity to shoot some bigger artists in fancy arenas is nice and all, but capturing moments such as this that are so sincere and meaningful are why I picked up a camera in the first place. 

♥

joelpilotte:

I would like to discuss this photo and why it might be one of my favourite images I have ever created.

This is Matthew Greiner, which, some of you may know him as the drummer from the band August Burns Red. ABR has been a band since 2003 and have been going steady ever since. When they first started out, Matt and JB (ABR’s lead guitarist), would write all of their material in the barn loft on Matt’s parents farm. Not only did he and JB write albums such as Thrill Seeker and Messengers (some of my favourite albums to this day) in this loft, but the band also used to practice here constantly whenever they were at home in Pennsylvania. Myself being a fan of the band as well as their friend, it was truly incredible to see in person.

There are set lists and lyrics plastered all over the walls from throughout the years writing and rehearsing in this space. When I had the opportunity to hang out with Matt on our off day in his hometown, he was kind enough to bring me by the farm and show me these places. I took this photo on a Leica Mini with Illford HP5+ film because I didn’t think a digital image would have done it justice. It was meant to be a sincere moment, and I feel like this photo just means more to me knowing that I have the exact 35mm slide, cut and mounted, so no matter what, I can re-print and keep this image forever. 

Just seeing the place where one of my favourite bands growing up used to jam and write the albums that I wouldn’t stop listening to in high school was a truly priceless moment in my life that I will never forget. Having the opportunity to shoot some bigger artists in fancy arenas is nice and all, but capturing moments such as this that are so sincere and meaningful are why I picked up a camera in the first place. 

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mystic-revelations:

Hunter’s Home

By joram nathanael 

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artifexkeats:

angelpraxedis:

fhahahahha

DAVEY!!!

Lmao.  <3  XD the 4th from the bottom.  XD

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