I believe in prisms and optical fibers and farts and rainbows… So yeah… I believe in unicorns too.

I believe in prisms and optical fibers and farts and rainbows… So yeah… I believe in unicorns too.

Anonymous said: to that other anon: What identifying as an equalist/egalitarian does is it allows people in positions of privilege to "support" equality without having to reckon with or acknowledge the fact that there is inequality precisely because of their privilege.

marinashutup:

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Please, how can we make people understand, TRULY UNDERSTAND THIS?
If the minds of many could simply grasp this, oh the changes that could happen in our society!

Two buildings. 
One sky.
Disappear.

Two buildings.
One sky.
Disappear.

Tags: NYC

Salt Flats, Death Valley
I opened up my arms to the desolate beauty of all that expansive space…and breathed light into my darkness.

Salt Flats, Death Valley
I opened up my arms to the desolate beauty of all that expansive space…and breathed light into my darkness.

Tags: Death Valley

Lips to the ground. Times Square. TGNY 100. 
The finish line is oh so sweet.

Lips to the ground. Times Square. TGNY 100.
The finish line is oh so sweet.

Scenes from pacing a friend during TGNY 100.

Blindfolded. Strung up. Blue Teddy Bear’s worst day is such a beautiful sunshiny day for the rest of us.

What did he do to deserve this?

Blindfolded. Strung up. Blue Teddy Bear’s worst day is such a beautiful sunshiny day for the rest of us.

What did he do to deserve this?

Devil’s Path, Catskills, NY. May 25, 2014.
2 of my friends and I decided to run (speed hike, climb, rock scramble) our way through the “toughest trail” on the eastern coast.
It took us a little over 11 miles to cover 24+ miles with 8,000 feet of elevation gain.
It was awesome.

Ironman shield on the subway platform.

Ironman shield on the subway platform.

Tags: Iron

"Follow me," he said.
“Sure.”
Even though I’ve been to this spot in Central Park hundreds of times before, during last night’s run, it felt new to me. 
Following the shirtless, bearded tattooed, baseball cap wearing runner was a mini adventure.

"Follow me," he said.
“Sure.”
Even though I’ve been to this spot in Central Park hundreds of times before, during last night’s run, it felt new to me.
Following the shirtless, bearded tattooed, baseball cap wearing runner was a mini adventure.