Were staying in Gold Beach, Oregon tonight and I love it.

Mary D. Hume, Gold Beach, Oregon as of 2014

georgebruckner:

Mary D. Hume, Gold Beach, Oregon as of 2014

The  Mary D. Hume was a steamer built at Gold Beach, Oregon in 1881. The Hume had a long career , first hauling goods between Oregon and San Francisco, then a whaler in Alaska and finally as a tugboat. She was retired in 1977 and returned to Gold Beach. In 1985 she sank in the Roque River and has remained there ever since as a derelict vessel on the shoreline.

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teresamcd:

Tiny nerdfighter at the beach representing for dftbarecords ! Happy summer!

the oregon coast, i really love it

citizenkerry:

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Recently, while standing in line in Noho to buy a $9 juice before my $35 exercise class, I wondered, when did I lose my mind? 

Was it the day I waited two hours in the rain to buy cronuts? Or was it when I started thinking that $12 was a totally reasonable price for a glass of sauvignon blanc?

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We did a similar trip a few years ago and accidentally stumbled upon Astoria. Such an amazing little town and we enjoyed The Rogue so much!

wayoutwest:

The final resting place of the Mary D. Hume - Gold Beach, Oregon

Nikon FE + Fuji 200 color negative film

Photography by Harry Snowden

letsgoforahike:

Let’s Go For A Hike

I’m just ready to be back at home in Nashville.

Quiet - This Will Destroy You

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Q

Anonymous asked:

What do you think is your best photograph and why?

A

I have a photo of two pumpkins that I shot back in the October of 2012. :) it is focused on their stems and is just so vibrant! Although it’s not focused on the stem I wanted, I believe it still turned out fine. :)

mentalfacts:


Fact# 9802: Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue” was written by Shel Silverstein.

mentalfacts:

Fact# 9802: Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue” was written by Shel Silverstein.

mentalfacts:


Fact# 9870: Only 1% of all the readily accessible water on earth is drinkable. #1%

mentalfacts:

Fact# 9870: Only 1% of all the readily accessible water on earth is drinkable.
#1%

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sxdwxlf:

my edit young padawons

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prguitarman:

The most beautiful cat in the world

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