Sunday, June 24, 2018

Charles Williams and Bordalo II for ONO’U Tahiti Festival 2018.


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Hammock lounging & Popsicle eating



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Leaps and Bounds


A Shikoku named Hailey runs through a forest in the Netherlands. The show dog belongs to friends of Your Shot photographer Judith Vrugt.

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W.B. Yeats, itsPeteski


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Olivia Steele

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Saturday, June 23, 2018

The Canvas Project by Gabriel Nardelli Ara├║jo


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Banksy in Paris




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Caravan





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Friday, June 22, 2018

Personal Message


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Ella Frances Sanders

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»Nocturne« by Bob Grumman


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Summertime!



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Death in Hikkaduwa



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What If Everything You Imagined Could Be Real



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Like the Gods


The Museum of the Russian Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg is hosting an art project by the Italian artist Fabrizio Birimbelli entitled Like the Gods.
The project presents a series of more than 40 portraits of world football stars and coaches in historical uniforms.

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Croatia fans celebrated their 3-0 win against Argentina


A stunning volley from Ante Rebic, a screamer from captain Luka Modric and an injury time goal from Ivan Rakitic have helped sink Argentina on Thursday night at Nizhny Novgorod stadium and send Croatia into the second round of the World Cup.

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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Thoughts on Romance from the Road


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Don’t forget, itsPeteski


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Seized Belongings of Migrants




A Janitor Preserves the Seized Belongings of Migrants

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Stephen Colbert on family separation


“Now, there are two ways to look at this story. Either you can be horrified, or you can work for Donald Trump.”
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Bruce Springsteen Speaks Out About the Scenes at the Border


“Look to the stars and away from my prisons for immigrant children!” 
 By Brendan Loper

  I never believed that people come to my shows, or rock shows, to be told anything.
But I do believe that they come to be reminded of things. To be reminded of who they are, at their most joyous, at their deepest, when life feels full. It’s a good place to get in touch with your heart and your spirit. To be amongst the crowd. And to be reminded of who we are and who we can be collectively. Music does those things pretty well sometimes, particularly these days, when some reminding of who we are and who we can be isn’t such a bad thing. That weekend of the March for Our Lives, we saw those young people in Washington, and citizens all around the world, remind us of what faith in America and real faith in American democracy looks and feels like. It was just encouraging to see all those people out on the street and all that righteous passion in the service of something good. And to see that passion was alive and well and still there at the center of the beating heart of our country. It was a good day, and a necessary day, because we are seeing things right now on our American borders that are so shockingly and disgracefully inhumane and un-American that it is simply enraging. And we have heard people in high position in the American government blaspheme in the name of God and country that it is a moral thing to assault the children amongst us. May God save our souls. There’s the beautiful quote by Dr. King that says the arc of the moral universe is long but it bends toward justice. Now, there have been many, many days of recent when you could certainly have an argument over that. But I’ve lived long enough to see that in action and to put some faith in it. But I’ve also lived long enough to know, that arc doesn’t bend on its own. It needs all of us leaning on it, nudging it in the right direction, day after day. You’ve gotta keep, keep leaning. I think it’s important to believe in those words, and to carry yourself, and to act accordingly. 
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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

You’ll Be OK, PBFcomics


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