Steve McCurry’s iconic image, made famous as the cover of National Geographic’s June 1985 issue, captures a young Afghan refugee living in Peshawar, Pakistan during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. Known simply as Afghan Girl until she was identified by name in 2002, Sharbat Gula was 12 years old when McCurry photographed her in the refugee camp. Gula’s piercing green eyes and arresting stare have made this one of the most recognizable and beloved images in the history of photojournalism.
“When your heart is broken you plant seeds in the cracks and you pray for rain.”
– Andrea Gibson (via mylittlebookofquotes)
Dead at 63, Robin Williams
“The universe is wider than our views of it.”
– Henry David Thoreau (via elige)
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Miguel Rio Branco - Capoeira
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“It is the time you have wasted for your rose that makes your rose so important.”
– Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (via easied)
Be still. Stillness reveals the secrets of eternity.
~Lao Tzu (image: Fabienne Verdier)
"I’m afraid that if you look at a thing long enough, it loses all of its meaning." - Andy Warhol
Under the Volcano, Wallace Stevens