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21

Apr

Out Of Gas

Out Of Gas

20

Apr

Fried Easter Egg Cake

#Easter #cake

Fried Easter Egg Cake

#Easter #cake

A Lil Fella Named Robin Redbreast

#spring #tree #Easter #robin (at Westchester Villege)

A Lil Fella Named Robin Redbreast

#spring #tree #Easter #robin (at Westchester Villege)

Don’t Blink, Summer Will Soon Be Here

#spring #Easter #creek #putto #putti #Angel (at Westchester Villege)

Don’t Blink, Summer Will Soon Be Here

#spring #Easter #creek #putto #putti #Angel (at Westchester Villege)

Offering to the Summer Lady

#SummerLady #Eostre #Easter  #Whimsical_Paganism #cigar #tree  (at Westchester Villege)

Offering to the Summer Lady

#SummerLady #Eostre #Easter #Whimsical_Paganism #cigar #tree (at Westchester Villege)

Shortening Shadow Of Winter

#spring #Easter #shadow #tree  #creek (at Westchester Villege)

Shortening Shadow Of Winter

#spring #Easter #shadow #tree #creek (at Westchester Villege)

19

Apr

Done For The Day

#dog #spaniel #papillon (at Westchester Villege)

Done For The Day

#dog #spaniel #papillon (at Westchester Villege)

Night Library: Sorta Spooky (at Clinton Macomb Public Library)

Night Library: Sorta Spooky (at Clinton Macomb Public Library)

15

Apr

Sigh

#snow #tree (at Westchester Villege)

Sigh

#snow #tree (at Westchester Villege)

14

Apr

Not Elijah’s But, You Know, Pretty.

#Glass #silver (at Emerald)

Not Elijah’s But, You Know, Pretty.

#Glass #silver (at Emerald)

13

Apr

Investigating the Mothballed Workshop on Flickr.
The youngest members of the tour group (there with their grandmother) take a closer look at one of the floats (there have been a couple) depicting Santa’s Workshop.

Investigating the Mothballed Workshop on Flickr.

The youngest members of the tour group (there with their grandmother) take a closer look at one of the floats (there have been a couple) depicting Santa’s Workshop.

policymic:

Life inside Caracas’ unfinished skyscraper Centro Financiero Confinanzas, the world’s tallest slum

It was meant to be world financial center and the third-tallest building in all of Venezuela, known for its sprawling cities and staggering inequality. But in 1994, construction was halted on the building after four years thanks to a banking crisis that saw 17 of the nation’s 49 commercial banks fail. Over time, the abandoned building was colonized by squatters from nearby slums. Today, the tower is the world’s largest vertical slum — dubbed “Torre David,” or “Tower of David,” by residents — the structure hosts a self-contained community of roughly 3,000 people in over 750 families spanning 45 floors, each with their own shops and services. Residents pay a $32 monthly condo fee for 24-hour armed security and run a co-operative mini-government, with non-compliance for the rules being punished with “social work” like chores and repairs around the building.

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Chinatown by kenta sakura (2012)
DSC02063 by Maia C on Flickr.Via Flickr:

DSC02063 by Maia C on Flickr.

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