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© Katee Laine Photography 2013
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Jun 30, 2013 / 1 note

© Katee Laine Photography 2013

www.kateelainephoto.com

Its Summmmmmerrrrrr timmmeeeee ;)
Jul 12, 2012 / 1 note

Its Summmmmmerrrrrr timmmeeeee ;)

Oh heyyy, it’s me. Usually not a fan of letting many people take my photograph… hence why I’m usually behind the camera. I get weird and shy. However, one of my besties borrowed my Hasselblad and took this shot of me while we were at the beach in Santa Monica. Im glad she did, I love it. Its funny, you can kinda tell I’m smiling, even from behind :)
Feb 17, 2012 / 2 notes

Oh heyyy, it’s me. Usually not a fan of letting many people take my photograph… hence why I’m usually behind the camera. I get weird and shy. However, one of my besties borrowed my Hasselblad and took this shot of me while we were at the beach in Santa Monica. Im glad she did, I love it. Its funny, you can kinda tell I’m smiling, even from behind :)

Like most of the others, I was a seeker, a mover, a malcontent, and at times a stupid hell-raiser. I was never idle long enough to do much thinking, but felt somehow that my instincts were right. I shared a vagrant optimism that some of us were making real progress, that we had taken an honest road, and that the best of us would inevitable make it over the top.
At the same time, I shared a dark suspicion that the life we were leading was a lost cause, that we were all actors, kidding ourselves along on a senseless odyssey. It was the tension between these two poles- a restless idealism on one hand and a sense of impending doom on the other- that kept me going.
in a Hunter Thompson kinda mood tonight
Jan 6, 2012 / 12 notes
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Really worth watching if you have the time and patience.

Life In A Day (by lifeinaday)

With 26 directors, 80,000 video clips, and 4,500 hours of raw footage, it had so much potential to be a garbled mess. Instead, the crowdsourced this-is-our-planet hash of Life in a Day turned out every bit as profound, expansive, and inspiring as its terrifically ambitious subject. The Ridley Scott-produced film, a collection of short user-submitted videos, hits YouTube today after a tour of the festival circuit. You can watch it with your choice of 25 different subtitles, but the words aren’t nearly as important as the images: dawn, dusk, the bright and dark in between. There are moments that mark us as unique, and ones that bound us together. It’s an all-encompassing look at the world as we see it and shoot it.