Koi and shadow
Norwegian landscape photographer Terje Sørgjerd has become an Internet sensation in the past year, with his jaw-dropping, color-saturated time-lapse videos of northern landscapes. In his latest video, The Water, he forgoes the long, sub-zero arctic nights to tour the forests and fjords of western Norway. “Having spent countless days here, I really enjoy even the smallest parts of this landscape. Like hidden streams or dwarfish waterfalls outside of the beaten track that offer a great deal of solitude,” he writes.
I loved this …
Il castello di Miramare, Trieste, Italy
Wow. Can you imagine the flood insurance premiums?
[I’ve worked in the Customer Service industry all of my adult life. Health insurance and Care seems like a luxury. A savings account is a luxury. Taking time off of work when I’m sick is a luxury. And I’m lucky. Is this the American Dream? I am the 99%]
Still rolling in: these. wearethe99percent is collecting stories of the 99%-ers.
Because that’s what we really need: more advertising beating you over the head with antiquated gender roles. Thx, Dr. Pepper!
Just when you think advertisers couldn’t possibly be any more tone deaf.
You’d think CEOs (or at least advertising/marketing people) would be paying attention to all mistakes other companies make.
It’s like the ‘boys only’ tree house for the soda industry. Root beer for life, y’all.