This guy has had downtown L.A on lock for over two decades and he still shows no sign of stoping. #trueO.G
California living til I am old
This is what’s left over Saber’s famous L.A river piece. If you look closely you can still see the S that was in between the M and the K. I can’t even describe how bummed I felt when I was walking over this.
Rest In PIECE
LTS crew, DTLA.
Keep You - Wild Belle
“Same song again and again…”
Kendrick Lamar feat. GLC | Poe Man’s Dreams
2013 Pulitzer Prize Photos
It’s been a incredibly busy week in news, so in case you missed the announcement a few days ago, the above photos are this year’s Pulitzer Prize winners for photography.
From top to bottom, the photos, and the photographers behind them, are:
- Javier Manzano’s winning shot for best feature photography, taken Oct. 18, 2012. It shows rebel Syrian soldiers guarding a sniper’s nest, with light streaming through holes made by gunfire and shrapnel.
- Manu Brabo’s photo for best breaking news photography, showing Syrian refugees crossing into Turkey Dec. 8, 2012 - and this photo is just one of 20 from Associated Press photographers that comprised the prize-winning set.
- Beside Brabo’s photo is a shot by Narciso Contreras, showing a Syrian rebel fighter gesturing after firing upon troops fighting for President Bashar Assad Nov. 4, 2012.
- Another entry in AP’s Syria set is a photo by Rodrigo Abd, showing a woman, named Aida, recovering from injuries after her home was shelled by government troops March 10, 2012.
Head over to Framework for more details on the winners, and other finalists.
This is what I should be doing. I’ll get there eventually.
DTLA at night.
Beach House’s Bloom was by far my favourite album of 2012. I have listened to it countless times and go through phases obsessing over various tracks.
Right now I am obsessed with “Wishes”. It’s such a chill, awesome tune. Definitely give it a listen if you haven’t heard it!