visual-nirvana:

Parkour Underground with Steve Duncan.

bobsweeney:

TEDx Phoenixville - Steve Duncan - What I’ve Learned From Exploring Sewers

Steve is a New-York-based urban historian and photographer who has explored and photographed sewers and underground infrastructure beneath New York, Paris, London, Rome, Naples, Stockholm, Berlin, Moscow, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Los Angeles, Calcutta, and many other cities. His collaborative documentary film work has been featured at the Mountainfilm film festival (Director’s Choice Award, 2011) and at the MoMA in New York City. He is currently working on his PhD in urban geography at the CUNY Graduate Center in NYC.

undercitywebsite.blogspot.com / tedxphoenixville.com

Archaeological News: Dig may reveal more about Lincoln’s neighbor

archaeologicalnews:

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Exploratory excavations at the home site of Abraham Lincoln’s neighbor and Underground Railroad conductor Jameson Jenkins have uncovered a corner pier of Jenkins’ house.

The archaeological testing — a joint project of the Lincoln Home National Historic Site and the Illinois State Museum —…

‘The Walking Dead’s’ Norman Reedus on Carol, Daryl and Season 3

‘The Walking Dead’s’ Norman Reedus on Carol, Daryl and Season 3

greyjoysdonotsow:

a movie, a picspam // eastern promises (2007)

Forget any of this happened. Stay away from people like me.

Great film and performance by Viggo.


a muslim woman protesting the burka. in some countries, muslim women are raped and beaten for showing even their noses and mouths. in some places, they get their hands chopped off for showing their wrists, or looking at a man.

a muslim woman protesting the burka. in some countries, muslim women are raped and beaten for showing even their noses and mouths. in some places, they get their hands chopped off for showing their wrists, or looking at a man.

(Source: gxddess, via a-forgotten-symphony)