This is a story of child labor in the 1900s as described and portrayed by acclaimed photographer and sociologist Lewis Hine. His work with the National Child Labor Committee brought about changes in policies surrounding the issue and helped shaped society’s views. His documentation of the underaged members of America’s labor backbone showed just how child laborers lived and worked back then.- http://bit.ly/1cDbiyM
This one is for all hipsters, hipster haters and everyone who just likes to have a good laugh. Through dadsaretheoriginalhipster who have a nice gallery on our website. It is showing that you will never be as hip or cool as your dad and he did everything you are doing now, way before you! - http://bit.ly/IuuvJu
Cuckoo Bee (Thyreus sp., Apidae)
This genus of bees parasitises other bees larvae, that is they don’t build their own nests but lay their eggs in the nests of other bee species. Apart from their brilliant colours, they also adopt this strange roosting behaviour as evening approaches, tightly grasping the ends of twigs and grass tips with their jaws to rest.
by Sinobug (itchydogimages) on Flickr.
Pu’er, Yunnan, China
See more Chinese Hymenopterans (wasps, hornets, bees, ants and sawflies) on my Flickr site HERE…..
Stunning black hanbok that explicitly demonstrates restrained beauty and style. With teal color skirt and norigae (charm that goes with skirt), it is even more stylish!
Hanbok is a Korean traditional custom that people still wear nowadays for special event. HanbokLynn, a Korean fashion design company, mixes modern and the past in a very smart way so that people would still love to wear hanbok. More photos are available at http://www.facebook.com/hanboklynn
Well. This is the one I want. *A*
Over the past 30 years, Steve McCurry has become a legend in photojournalism, and for good reason!
Phaidon has teamed up with McCurry to publish a new book that goes behind the scenes on some of his most famous projects.
via My Modern Met
We’re that bad, huh?
Did you do the thing, Neopets?
Tell me the truth, Neopets.
You know. this word was in my Linguistics book and I was like “pssshhaw yeah right!” And then they explain it at the end of the chapter and I was like “… no.”