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The Hetch Hetchy Valley and Tuolumne River before the dam buried this national treasure. Some people say that “nothing was lost….” 
 Join us at the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital on Sunday 3/30 at 7pm to watch DamNation (SXSW Audience Award WInner) on the big screen and learn more about the importance of removing #DeadbeatDams and restoring our river systems.  Right now, add your voice to those calling for President Obama to crack down on #DeadbeatDams – and tell your friends to join as well! Sign our petition today: http://www.change.org/petitions/president-obama-crack-down-on-deadbeat-dams
photo: Matt Stoecker
Apr 6, 2014 / 573 notes

The Hetch Hetchy Valley and Tuolumne River before the dam buried this national treasure. Some people say that “nothing was lost….” 


Join us at the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital on Sunday 3/30 at 7pm to watch DamNation (SXSW Audience Award WInner) on the big screen and learn more about the importance of removing #DeadbeatDams and restoring our river systems. 

Right now, add your voice to those calling for President Obama to crack down on #DeadbeatDams – and tell your friends to join as well! Sign our petition today: 

http://www.change.org/petitions/president-obama-crack-down-on-deadbeat-dams

photo: Matt Stoecker

Apr 6, 2014 / 11,151 notes

Some nice landscapes on a nice Sunday by photographer Randy P. Martin.

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Mar 31, 2014 / 8,927 notes

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In God’s wildness lies the hope of the world.
-John Muir
Mar 31, 2014 / 1,420 notes

In God’s wildness lies the hope of the world.

-John Muir

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A Wonderful by the talented Nadia Kusmajadi
Mar 30, 2014 / 1 note

A Wonderful by the talented Nadia Kusmajadi

Mar 22, 2014 / 3 notes

-Anatolian Festival 2013

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Dec 9, 2013

Simple portraits

"In June 2008 I began to photograph friends and people that I would meet around my home in Brooklyn, NY. I wanted to record interesting people, show their style, and check out what trends were developing. I wanted to capture the ways in which people adapt to the cultural influences around them. It was easy to set up the shoots and interviews at my home - specifically in my backyard. Soon I grew out of my garden and I started photographing the subjects’ own spaces and surroundings. This enabled me to expand, getting more in-depth with each subject. In this project I found the perfect marriage between my passions for image-making and for celebrating individuality. I ask each person a series of questions – where they’re from, where they’re going, and what they’re into-and whether I am close to home or traveling the world, I never tire of seeking out interesting people. Hope you enjoy the work. Bill"  — http://www.backyardbill.com/william-gentle/

Checkout the rest of his work:


Backyardbill
Dec 9, 2013

This time last year

Stills from the set of Endless Commodity