Kamg' Mills

from grace chia photography
lehroi:

Richard Perez

lehroi:

Richard Perez

pursuable:

Gottfried HelnweinHead of a Child (Anna), 2012Oil and Acrylic on Canvas, 420 cm x 300 cm / 165” x 118’

pursuable:

Gottfried Helnwein
Head of a Child (Anna), 2012
Oil and Acrylic on Canvas, 420 cm x 300 cm / 165” x 118’

Yo no voy a esperar nada, así es la vida. Yo me voy a dar todo, así también es la vida. Yo puedo encontrar la puerta que me lleve a lo mejor con o sin personas, me voy con la naturaleza, eso es lo único para mi.Fotografía por Efrain Salvador 

Yo no voy a esperar nada, así es la vida. Yo me voy a dar todo, así también es la vida. Yo puedo encontrar la puerta que me lleve a lo mejor con o sin personas, me voy con la naturaleza, eso es lo único para mi.
Fotografía por Efrain Salvador 

¿Ahora quien tomara mi mano? ¿Por qué no vienes? Déjame enseñar…haz roto mi mano varias veces. Nunca creí que el amor doliera tanto.

¿Ahora quien tomara mi mano? ¿Por qué no vienes? Déjame enseñar…haz roto mi mano varias veces. Nunca creí que el amor doliera tanto.

matt-molloy:

I set my camera up on the dock in my backyard to try and catch the Draconid meteor shower, while I had my own shower. The timelapse ran for about an hour (8:15 - 9:15) and I was pleasantly surprised to find out I didn’t catch any meteors, but instead I caught the northern lights. Even though I live in Canada, they are fairly rare to see where I live. I’m very close to the US border, just above New York State. (though there are parts of New York state that are further north than where I live, the same goes for parts of Michigan) I did another timelapse out of town, in a place with less light pollution, and I caught some more.

matt-molloy:

I set my camera up on the dock in my backyard to try and catch the Draconid meteor shower, while I had my own shower. The timelapse ran for about an hour (8:15 - 9:15) and I was pleasantly surprised to find out I didn’t catch any meteors, but instead I caught the northern lights. Even though I live in Canada, they are fairly rare to see where I live. I’m very close to the US border, just above New York State. (though there are parts of New York state that are further north than where I live, the same goes for parts of Michigan) I did another timelapse out of town, in a place with less light pollution, and I caught some more.