Words of a Blerd
my thoughts my passions my life
and some other stuff just for shits and giggles
Words of a Blerd
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zero-void:

nxro:

zero-void:

5sossmuts:

wereallalittle-mad:

zazzybuttcheeks:

plur-panda:





aw shit get it wednesday

HA! I almost forgot to reblog this today 

Every Wednesday from now on. 

Its wednesday yo


this never comes on my dash at the right time anymore :( i think i went two weeks without it and now i’m reblogging it on a thursday

GOD DAMN YES FINALLY BLOGGED IT ON A WEDNESDAY

But she’s not wearing pink :(

Wait, Pink? Wtf?

ON WEDNESDAYS WE WEAR PINK GOD DAMMIT

ITS BLACK AND WHITE!!!!
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blackfashion:

black-m3rmaid:

blackfeminism:

queenquong:

chubbycartwheels:

glam-pire:

kararikue:

You NEEDED Mermen of color on your dash, you just didn’t know it.

no I did

Now my tumblr is perfect.

!!!!!!!
if you haven’t already, i’m guess you wanna see this, sourcedumal and iridescent1
and mypurpleself

yesssss

👀 my companions

Who raided my dreams?
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otteroflore:

the-absolute-best-gifs:

iwannabe-abadguy:
[x]
RDJ is blurring the lines between work and reality again„

What are you talking about all I see is Tony Stark
otteroflore:

the-absolute-best-gifs:

iwannabe-abadguy:
[x]
RDJ is blurring the lines between work and reality again„

What are you talking about all I see is Tony Stark
otteroflore:

the-absolute-best-gifs:

iwannabe-abadguy:
[x]
RDJ is blurring the lines between work and reality again„

What are you talking about all I see is Tony Stark
otteroflore:

the-absolute-best-gifs:

iwannabe-abadguy:
[x]
RDJ is blurring the lines between work and reality again„

What are you talking about all I see is Tony Stark
otteroflore:

the-absolute-best-gifs:

iwannabe-abadguy:
[x]
RDJ is blurring the lines between work and reality again„

What are you talking about all I see is Tony Stark
otteroflore:

the-absolute-best-gifs:

iwannabe-abadguy:
[x]
RDJ is blurring the lines between work and reality again„

What are you talking about all I see is Tony Stark
otteroflore:

the-absolute-best-gifs:

iwannabe-abadguy:
[x]
RDJ is blurring the lines between work and reality again„

What are you talking about all I see is Tony Stark
otteroflore:

the-absolute-best-gifs:

iwannabe-abadguy:
[x]
RDJ is blurring the lines between work and reality again„

What are you talking about all I see is Tony Stark
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petitsirena:

WHITE FEMINISM
petitsirena:

WHITE FEMINISM
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pas-de-chat-saute-de-chat:

tiaraloveskandlupita:

Michaela DePrince 
"I think that it is a rare artistic director that is willing to hire a black ballerina and promote her through the ranks.  The problem begins with the corps de ballet.  I think that artistic directors like the corps to look homogenous.  The corps is the backdrop to the story, a forest, a snowstorm, a flock of birds or a field of flowers.  One red poppy in a field of yellow daffodils draws the audience’s eyes to the one poppy. However, I don’t think the answer is to cull the poppy.  I think it’s to scatter more poppies about the field of daffodils. With more black ballerinas in the corps, there will inevitably be more black ballerinas rising.  I think that if these artistic directors or perhaps the boards of professional ballet companies want to draw larger more heterogeneous audiences, they need to be willing to change the look of the corps de ballet.”

slow claps
pas-de-chat-saute-de-chat:

tiaraloveskandlupita:

Michaela DePrince 
"I think that it is a rare artistic director that is willing to hire a black ballerina and promote her through the ranks.  The problem begins with the corps de ballet.  I think that artistic directors like the corps to look homogenous.  The corps is the backdrop to the story, a forest, a snowstorm, a flock of birds or a field of flowers.  One red poppy in a field of yellow daffodils draws the audience’s eyes to the one poppy. However, I don’t think the answer is to cull the poppy.  I think it’s to scatter more poppies about the field of daffodils. With more black ballerinas in the corps, there will inevitably be more black ballerinas rising.  I think that if these artistic directors or perhaps the boards of professional ballet companies want to draw larger more heterogeneous audiences, they need to be willing to change the look of the corps de ballet.”

slow claps
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stereoculturesociety:

CultureSOUL: Vintage *African American* Barbershops
The Great Migration era.
stereoculturesociety:

CultureSOUL: Vintage *African American* Barbershops
The Great Migration era.
stereoculturesociety:

CultureSOUL: Vintage *African American* Barbershops
The Great Migration era.
stereoculturesociety:

CultureSOUL: Vintage *African American* Barbershops
The Great Migration era.
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stephen-edwards:

Last week I shot a roll of film that I’d got free with a second hand camera. When I got back the scans I found out that the roll had already been used by the guy who gave me it and so I had double exposed it. By chance, both of us had taken a photo of a motorway landscape and this was made. His photo is from the inside of the car looking at countryside and my shot of an urban motorway is best seen on the left hand side. 
Album Art
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lilplanty:

m3dicat3d-happin3ss:

longweeknd:

nonchanel:

no————one:

deathtraders:

anti-v-ist:

oddsarentinmyfavor:

Interesting fact. The photographer of this photo was a high school student. He committed suicide after exams.

Reblogging in memory of the photographer.

dem feels

I find this so compelling  


in memory of the talented photography. RIP.

Rest in paradise

:((

can we get the child’s name??
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smoothbutnotacriminal:

I actually just started crying. I was smiling two seconds ago. This just really hit me in the heart.
smoothbutnotacriminal:

I actually just started crying. I was smiling two seconds ago. This just really hit me in the heart.
smoothbutnotacriminal:

I actually just started crying. I was smiling two seconds ago. This just really hit me in the heart.
smoothbutnotacriminal:

I actually just started crying. I was smiling two seconds ago. This just really hit me in the heart.
smoothbutnotacriminal:

I actually just started crying. I was smiling two seconds ago. This just really hit me in the heart.
smoothbutnotacriminal:

I actually just started crying. I was smiling two seconds ago. This just really hit me in the heart.
smoothbutnotacriminal:

I actually just started crying. I was smiling two seconds ago. This just really hit me in the heart.
smoothbutnotacriminal:

I actually just started crying. I was smiling two seconds ago. This just really hit me in the heart.
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lulz-time:

Featured on a 1000Notes.com blog
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trimcoast:

orangemuses:

I love this post so much


my hand slipped
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dynamicafrica:

In Photos: Portraits by photographer Jalani Morgan.
It’s always strange and a bit surreal to me when I look at a photograph of strangers and somehow manage to feel as though the person behind the lens has so aptly managed to capture the essence of those pictured. Perhaps it’s a bit of romanticism on my part, but I can’t help but feel that way when looking at the work of photographer Jalani Morgan. What may on the surface seem to be a simple portrait becomes an intensifying three-way relationship between the subject, the photographer and viewer.  A two-dimensional image is brought to life and in a matter of seconds, upon gazing at Morgan’s portraits, I have no option but to feel a close connection to the unknown faces captured by his lens.
Jalani Morgan is a portrait, fine art and documentary photographer. 
Born in Toronto, Ontario, and raised in Scarborough. He was influenced by his parents’ teachings of the African Diasporas and politics and through that is interjected into his art. 
He produces work that investigates the representation from the African diaspora. 
Currently he is studying at York University in Toronto obtaining his degree in Anthropology and African Studies.
dynamicafrica:

In Photos: Portraits by photographer Jalani Morgan.
It’s always strange and a bit surreal to me when I look at a photograph of strangers and somehow manage to feel as though the person behind the lens has so aptly managed to capture the essence of those pictured. Perhaps it’s a bit of romanticism on my part, but I can’t help but feel that way when looking at the work of photographer Jalani Morgan. What may on the surface seem to be a simple portrait becomes an intensifying three-way relationship between the subject, the photographer and viewer.  A two-dimensional image is brought to life and in a matter of seconds, upon gazing at Morgan’s portraits, I have no option but to feel a close connection to the unknown faces captured by his lens.
Jalani Morgan is a portrait, fine art and documentary photographer. 
Born in Toronto, Ontario, and raised in Scarborough. He was influenced by his parents’ teachings of the African Diasporas and politics and through that is interjected into his art. 
He produces work that investigates the representation from the African diaspora. 
Currently he is studying at York University in Toronto obtaining his degree in Anthropology and African Studies.
dynamicafrica:

In Photos: Portraits by photographer Jalani Morgan.
It’s always strange and a bit surreal to me when I look at a photograph of strangers and somehow manage to feel as though the person behind the lens has so aptly managed to capture the essence of those pictured. Perhaps it’s a bit of romanticism on my part, but I can’t help but feel that way when looking at the work of photographer Jalani Morgan. What may on the surface seem to be a simple portrait becomes an intensifying three-way relationship between the subject, the photographer and viewer.  A two-dimensional image is brought to life and in a matter of seconds, upon gazing at Morgan’s portraits, I have no option but to feel a close connection to the unknown faces captured by his lens.
Jalani Morgan is a portrait, fine art and documentary photographer. 
Born in Toronto, Ontario, and raised in Scarborough. He was influenced by his parents’ teachings of the African Diasporas and politics and through that is interjected into his art. 
He produces work that investigates the representation from the African diaspora. 
Currently he is studying at York University in Toronto obtaining his degree in Anthropology and African Studies.
dynamicafrica:

In Photos: Portraits by photographer Jalani Morgan.
It’s always strange and a bit surreal to me when I look at a photograph of strangers and somehow manage to feel as though the person behind the lens has so aptly managed to capture the essence of those pictured. Perhaps it’s a bit of romanticism on my part, but I can’t help but feel that way when looking at the work of photographer Jalani Morgan. What may on the surface seem to be a simple portrait becomes an intensifying three-way relationship between the subject, the photographer and viewer.  A two-dimensional image is brought to life and in a matter of seconds, upon gazing at Morgan’s portraits, I have no option but to feel a close connection to the unknown faces captured by his lens.
Jalani Morgan is a portrait, fine art and documentary photographer. 
Born in Toronto, Ontario, and raised in Scarborough. He was influenced by his parents’ teachings of the African Diasporas and politics and through that is interjected into his art. 
He produces work that investigates the representation from the African diaspora. 
Currently he is studying at York University in Toronto obtaining his degree in Anthropology and African Studies.
dynamicafrica:

In Photos: Portraits by photographer Jalani Morgan.
It’s always strange and a bit surreal to me when I look at a photograph of strangers and somehow manage to feel as though the person behind the lens has so aptly managed to capture the essence of those pictured. Perhaps it’s a bit of romanticism on my part, but I can’t help but feel that way when looking at the work of photographer Jalani Morgan. What may on the surface seem to be a simple portrait becomes an intensifying three-way relationship between the subject, the photographer and viewer.  A two-dimensional image is brought to life and in a matter of seconds, upon gazing at Morgan’s portraits, I have no option but to feel a close connection to the unknown faces captured by his lens.
Jalani Morgan is a portrait, fine art and documentary photographer. 
Born in Toronto, Ontario, and raised in Scarborough. He was influenced by his parents’ teachings of the African Diasporas and politics and through that is interjected into his art. 
He produces work that investigates the representation from the African diaspora. 
Currently he is studying at York University in Toronto obtaining his degree in Anthropology and African Studies.
dynamicafrica:

In Photos: Portraits by photographer Jalani Morgan.
It’s always strange and a bit surreal to me when I look at a photograph of strangers and somehow manage to feel as though the person behind the lens has so aptly managed to capture the essence of those pictured. Perhaps it’s a bit of romanticism on my part, but I can’t help but feel that way when looking at the work of photographer Jalani Morgan. What may on the surface seem to be a simple portrait becomes an intensifying three-way relationship between the subject, the photographer and viewer.  A two-dimensional image is brought to life and in a matter of seconds, upon gazing at Morgan’s portraits, I have no option but to feel a close connection to the unknown faces captured by his lens.
Jalani Morgan is a portrait, fine art and documentary photographer. 
Born in Toronto, Ontario, and raised in Scarborough. He was influenced by his parents’ teachings of the African Diasporas and politics and through that is interjected into his art. 
He produces work that investigates the representation from the African diaspora. 
Currently he is studying at York University in Toronto obtaining his degree in Anthropology and African Studies.
dynamicafrica:

In Photos: Portraits by photographer Jalani Morgan.
It’s always strange and a bit surreal to me when I look at a photograph of strangers and somehow manage to feel as though the person behind the lens has so aptly managed to capture the essence of those pictured. Perhaps it’s a bit of romanticism on my part, but I can’t help but feel that way when looking at the work of photographer Jalani Morgan. What may on the surface seem to be a simple portrait becomes an intensifying three-way relationship between the subject, the photographer and viewer.  A two-dimensional image is brought to life and in a matter of seconds, upon gazing at Morgan’s portraits, I have no option but to feel a close connection to the unknown faces captured by his lens.
Jalani Morgan is a portrait, fine art and documentary photographer. 
Born in Toronto, Ontario, and raised in Scarborough. He was influenced by his parents’ teachings of the African Diasporas and politics and through that is interjected into his art. 
He produces work that investigates the representation from the African diaspora. 
Currently he is studying at York University in Toronto obtaining his degree in Anthropology and African Studies.
dynamicafrica:

In Photos: Portraits by photographer Jalani Morgan.
It’s always strange and a bit surreal to me when I look at a photograph of strangers and somehow manage to feel as though the person behind the lens has so aptly managed to capture the essence of those pictured. Perhaps it’s a bit of romanticism on my part, but I can’t help but feel that way when looking at the work of photographer Jalani Morgan. What may on the surface seem to be a simple portrait becomes an intensifying three-way relationship between the subject, the photographer and viewer.  A two-dimensional image is brought to life and in a matter of seconds, upon gazing at Morgan’s portraits, I have no option but to feel a close connection to the unknown faces captured by his lens.
Jalani Morgan is a portrait, fine art and documentary photographer. 
Born in Toronto, Ontario, and raised in Scarborough. He was influenced by his parents’ teachings of the African Diasporas and politics and through that is interjected into his art. 
He produces work that investigates the representation from the African diaspora. 
Currently he is studying at York University in Toronto obtaining his degree in Anthropology and African Studies.
dynamicafrica:

In Photos: Portraits by photographer Jalani Morgan.
It’s always strange and a bit surreal to me when I look at a photograph of strangers and somehow manage to feel as though the person behind the lens has so aptly managed to capture the essence of those pictured. Perhaps it’s a bit of romanticism on my part, but I can’t help but feel that way when looking at the work of photographer Jalani Morgan. What may on the surface seem to be a simple portrait becomes an intensifying three-way relationship between the subject, the photographer and viewer.  A two-dimensional image is brought to life and in a matter of seconds, upon gazing at Morgan’s portraits, I have no option but to feel a close connection to the unknown faces captured by his lens.
Jalani Morgan is a portrait, fine art and documentary photographer. 
Born in Toronto, Ontario, and raised in Scarborough. He was influenced by his parents’ teachings of the African Diasporas and politics and through that is interjected into his art. 
He produces work that investigates the representation from the African diaspora. 
Currently he is studying at York University in Toronto obtaining his degree in Anthropology and African Studies.
dynamicafrica:

In Photos: Portraits by photographer Jalani Morgan.
It’s always strange and a bit surreal to me when I look at a photograph of strangers and somehow manage to feel as though the person behind the lens has so aptly managed to capture the essence of those pictured. Perhaps it’s a bit of romanticism on my part, but I can’t help but feel that way when looking at the work of photographer Jalani Morgan. What may on the surface seem to be a simple portrait becomes an intensifying three-way relationship between the subject, the photographer and viewer.  A two-dimensional image is brought to life and in a matter of seconds, upon gazing at Morgan’s portraits, I have no option but to feel a close connection to the unknown faces captured by his lens.
Jalani Morgan is a portrait, fine art and documentary photographer. 
Born in Toronto, Ontario, and raised in Scarborough. He was influenced by his parents’ teachings of the African Diasporas and politics and through that is interjected into his art. 
He produces work that investigates the representation from the African diaspora. 
Currently he is studying at York University in Toronto obtaining his degree in Anthropology and African Studies.
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