captainvicster11:

#work #snail #nature #wild #spring #Nokia #lumia #York  (at St Nicholas Fields)

captainvicster11:

#work #snail #nature #wild #spring #Nokia #lumia #York (at St Nicholas Fields)

deoxify:

Snailby ~KiwiTakeFlight
vmagazine:

'Self' - Model: Andrey Zakharov | Photographer: Neil O'Keefe | Fashion Editor: Fernando Torres | Grooming: Jay Zhang | Location: The Arch Hotel, London | Valstrom #2
Some of the symptoms of narcissism include:
Believing that you’re better than others
Fantasizing about power, success, attractiveness and intelligence
Exaggerating your achievements or talents
Expecting constant praise, admiration and positive reinforcement
Believing that you’re special and acting accordingly
Envies others and believes others envy him/her
Lacks the ability to empathize with the feelings or desires of others
Is arrogant in attitudes and behavior
A narcissist can come in the form of a family member, friend, significant other or co-worker, in addition narcissism is one of few listed traits of a psychopath. (how to identify a psychopath: the Hare’s test)
For further reading check out these interesting articles via New York Times “Can You Call a 9-Year Old a Psychopath?” and via The Telegraph Psychopaths: how you can spot one?

vmagazine:

'Self' - Model: Andrey Zakharov | Photographer: Neil O'Keefe | Fashion Editor: Fernando Torres | Grooming: Jay Zhang | Location: The Arch Hotel, London | Valstrom #2

Some of the symptoms of narcissism include:

  • Believing that you’re better than others
  • Fantasizing about power, success, attractiveness and intelligence
  • Exaggerating your achievements or talents
  • Expecting constant praise, admiration and positive reinforcement
  • Believing that you’re special and acting accordingly
  • Envies others and believes others envy him/her
  • Lacks the ability to empathize with the feelings or desires of others
  • Is arrogant in attitudes and behavior

A narcissist can come in the form of a family member, friend, significant other or co-worker, in addition narcissism is one of few listed traits of a psychopath. (how to identify a psychopath: the Hare’s test)

For further reading check out these interesting articles via New York Times “Can You Call a 9-Year Old a Psychopath?” and via The Telegraph Psychopaths: how you can spot one?

kateoplis:

"Maybe the only thing each of us can see is our own shadow.
Carl Jung called this his shadow work. He said we never see others. Instead we see only aspects of ourselves that fall over them. Shadows. Projections. Our associations.
The same way old painters would sit in a tiny dark room and trace the image of what stood outside a tiny window, in the bright sunlight.
The camera obscura.
Not the exact image, but everything reversed or upside down.”
— Chuck Palahniuk

kateoplis:

"Maybe the only thing each of us can see is our own shadow.

Carl Jung called this his shadow work. He said we never see others. Instead we see only aspects of ourselves that fall over them. Shadows. Projections. Our associations.

The same way old painters would sit in a tiny dark room and trace the image of what stood outside a tiny window, in the bright sunlight.

The camera obscura.

Not the exact image, but everything reversed or upside down.

— Chuck Palahniuk
aljazeeraamerica:

Beard goggles: Why a fuzzy face is attractive only when it is rare

The less popular beards are in society, the more attractive they appear to women, according to a new study, the results of which could also go some way to explain why fashions change.
"When a fashion goes mainstream it loses the advantage of rarity. And so it begins to subside," one of the authors of the research wrote on the academic news site The Conversation. “Innovative new styles,” he said, “may enjoy a premium while they are still rare.”
This means as the lumberjack look becomes increasingly conventional, it may be time for a shave. Beards are sexy only before they are cool, is the implication.

Continue reading

aljazeeraamerica:

Beard goggles: Why a fuzzy face is attractive only when it is rare

The less popular beards are in society, the more attractive they appear to women, according to a new study, the results of which could also go some way to explain why fashions change.

"When a fashion goes mainstream it loses the advantage of rarity. And so it begins to subside," one of the authors of the research wrote on the academic news site The Conversation. “Innovative new styles,” he said, “may enjoy a premium while they are still rare.”

This means as the lumberjack look becomes increasingly conventional, it may be time for a shave. Beards are sexy only before they are cool, is the implication.

Continue reading

aphoticsouls:

vmagazine:

Ajak Deng for Free People Nov13 - photographed by Billy Kidd (NYC)

B&W FASHION

aphoticsouls:

vmagazine:

Ajak Deng for Free People Nov13 - photographed by Billy Kidd (NYC)

B&W FASHION

aphoticsouls:

Fernando Cabral, edit by aphoticsouls

aphoticsouls:

Fernando Cabral, edit by aphoticsouls

internetgradient:

Hannah Reid from London Grammar, edited by me.

internetgradient:

Hannah Reid from London Grammar, edited by me.

la-hills:

If u a bad bitch put ur hands up high | via Tumblr na We Heart It.

la-hills:

If u a bad bitch put ur hands up high | via Tumblr na We Heart It.

california-diamond:

Hypnotize Dress, Eye Print