destroyed-and-abandoned:

View from the top of the abandoned flour mill in Seattle

Source: Marquiteaux (reddit)

shit i know exactly where this is i should go there and explore

69sovidya:

I got a friend of mine to host some old evangelion .html files I found on one of the evangelion PC typing games from 2000. The only thing that was edited on them was changing them from Shift_JIS to UTF-8 so they display correctly.

johndarnielle:

dubdobdee:

woohoo! i mean woooo! woooo! 

danskjavlarna:

"By the sheen of the foam I beheld two skelingtons sitting in their coffins."  From The Story Hunter or Tales of the Weird and Wild by Ernest Richard Suffling, 1896.

I Am The Waving Skeleton

(Source: oneletterwords.com)

stpetersburgerandchips:

Kazan (4)

dare ye dunk to face the s h a d o w r e a l m

  1. Camera: Fujifilm X100S
  2. Aperture: f/5.6
  3. Exposure: 1/500th
  4. Focal Length: 23mm
yahoonews:

Ferry awaits final voyage
A John F. Kennedy-class ferryboat that connected the borough of Staten Island to Manhattan sits in a scrap metal yard on the western shore of Staten Island. Retired several years ago, this boat has been stripped down to its metal frame. Cold and eerie, the boat’s decks are badly deteriorated from neglect and by the elements.  Each Kennedy-class ferry carried up to 3,500 passengers and up to 40 vehicles, is 297 feet long, 69 feet 10 inches wide and has a tonnage of 2,109 gross tons. Two ferries, the American Legion II and Governor Herbert H. Lehman, were retired after 40 years of service, with the acquisition of the new Molinari class ferries. 
 Photographer Gordon Donovan ventured on this boat in its final stages to capture some haunting images of this ghostly vessel before its final voyage. (Yahoo News)
Find more news related pictures on our photo galleries page.
yahoonews:

Ferry awaits final voyage
A John F. Kennedy-class ferryboat that connected the borough of Staten Island to Manhattan sits in a scrap metal yard on the western shore of Staten Island. Retired several years ago, this boat has been stripped down to its metal frame. Cold and eerie, the boat’s decks are badly deteriorated from neglect and by the elements.  Each Kennedy-class ferry carried up to 3,500 passengers and up to 40 vehicles, is 297 feet long, 69 feet 10 inches wide and has a tonnage of 2,109 gross tons. Two ferries, the American Legion II and Governor Herbert H. Lehman, were retired after 40 years of service, with the acquisition of the new Molinari class ferries. 
 Photographer Gordon Donovan ventured on this boat in its final stages to capture some haunting images of this ghostly vessel before its final voyage. (Yahoo News)
Find more news related pictures on our photo galleries page.
yahoonews:

Ferry awaits final voyage
A John F. Kennedy-class ferryboat that connected the borough of Staten Island to Manhattan sits in a scrap metal yard on the western shore of Staten Island. Retired several years ago, this boat has been stripped down to its metal frame. Cold and eerie, the boat’s decks are badly deteriorated from neglect and by the elements.  Each Kennedy-class ferry carried up to 3,500 passengers and up to 40 vehicles, is 297 feet long, 69 feet 10 inches wide and has a tonnage of 2,109 gross tons. Two ferries, the American Legion II and Governor Herbert H. Lehman, were retired after 40 years of service, with the acquisition of the new Molinari class ferries. 
 Photographer Gordon Donovan ventured on this boat in its final stages to capture some haunting images of this ghostly vessel before its final voyage. (Yahoo News)
Find more news related pictures on our photo galleries page.
yahoonews:

Ferry awaits final voyage
A John F. Kennedy-class ferryboat that connected the borough of Staten Island to Manhattan sits in a scrap metal yard on the western shore of Staten Island. Retired several years ago, this boat has been stripped down to its metal frame. Cold and eerie, the boat’s decks are badly deteriorated from neglect and by the elements.  Each Kennedy-class ferry carried up to 3,500 passengers and up to 40 vehicles, is 297 feet long, 69 feet 10 inches wide and has a tonnage of 2,109 gross tons. Two ferries, the American Legion II and Governor Herbert H. Lehman, were retired after 40 years of service, with the acquisition of the new Molinari class ferries. 
 Photographer Gordon Donovan ventured on this boat in its final stages to capture some haunting images of this ghostly vessel before its final voyage. (Yahoo News)
Find more news related pictures on our photo galleries page.
yahoonews:

Ferry awaits final voyage
A John F. Kennedy-class ferryboat that connected the borough of Staten Island to Manhattan sits in a scrap metal yard on the western shore of Staten Island. Retired several years ago, this boat has been stripped down to its metal frame. Cold and eerie, the boat’s decks are badly deteriorated from neglect and by the elements.  Each Kennedy-class ferry carried up to 3,500 passengers and up to 40 vehicles, is 297 feet long, 69 feet 10 inches wide and has a tonnage of 2,109 gross tons. Two ferries, the American Legion II and Governor Herbert H. Lehman, were retired after 40 years of service, with the acquisition of the new Molinari class ferries. 
 Photographer Gordon Donovan ventured on this boat in its final stages to capture some haunting images of this ghostly vessel before its final voyage. (Yahoo News)
Find more news related pictures on our photo galleries page.

yahoonews:

Ferry awaits final voyage

A John F. Kennedy-class ferryboat that connected the borough of Staten Island to Manhattan sits in a scrap metal yard on the western shore of Staten Island. Retired several years ago, this boat has been stripped down to its metal frame. Cold and eerie, the boat’s decks are badly deteriorated from neglect and by the elements.

Each Kennedy-class ferry carried up to 3,500 passengers and up to 40 vehicles, is 297 feet long, 69 feet 10 inches wide and has a tonnage of 2,109 gross tons. Two ferries, the American Legion II and Governor Herbert H. Lehman, were retired after 40 years of service, with the acquisition of the new Molinari class ferries.


Photographer Gordon Donovan ventured on this boat in its final stages to capture some haunting images of this ghostly vessel before its final voyage. (Yahoo News)

Find more news related pictures on our photo galleries page.

(Source: yahoonewsphotos)

kittieology:

 the secret garden

took a while to find this place.. but thanks to my-tera-world  i found it!

merrigo:

aaaand warm ups pt. 2

(Source: nermals)

  1. Aperture: f/14
  2. Exposure: 1/250th
  3. Focal Length: 51mm

realmonstrosities:

An adorable octopus hanging out with his curly-wurly tentacles

…Image: NEPTUNE Canada

  1. Camera: SONY CYBERSHOT
  2. Aperture: f/2.4
  3. Exposure: 1/40th
  4. Focal Length: 36mm