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View from the top of the tallest waterfall in the world, Angel Falls in Venezuela. 
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nprfreshair:

View from the top of the tallest waterfall in the world, Angel Falls in Venezuela. 

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"Starting in 1970 with Even Dwarfs Started Small – an anarchic tale of rebellion by a group of little people — Werner Herzog unleashed a torrent of ten films, including Nosferatu and Fitzcarraldo, that remain the heart of his achievement.


All those movies, and six later ones, are included in the tremendous new boxed-set, Herzog: The Collection.  Some of them are great, others are good, and a couple are truly terrible.  Yet every single one has something going on.  Herzog has never been limited by anybody else’s idea of propriety, good sense, or artistic neatness.  He pushes us into unsettling mental spaces that make the strange familiar and the familiar strange.”
- John Powers, reviewing Herzog: The Collection 


How the “I believe in Werner Herzog” grafiti started 

nprfreshair:

"Starting in 1970 with Even Dwarfs Started Small – an anarchic tale of rebellion by a group of little people — Werner Herzog unleashed a torrent of ten films, including Nosferatu and Fitzcarraldo, that remain the heart of his achievement.

All those movies, and six later ones, are included in the tremendous new boxed-set, Herzog: The Collection.  Some of them are great, others are good, and a couple are truly terrible.  Yet every single one has something going on.  Herzog has never been limited by anybody else’s idea of propriety, good sense, or artistic neatness.  He pushes us into unsettling mental spaces that make the strange familiar and the familiar strange.”

- John Powers, reviewing Herzog: The Collection 

How the “I believe in Werner Herzog” grafiti started 

"When Kim isn’t busy making appearances at opera balls or branding her multi-million dollar phone app, she’s posting photos of her family for everyone to see, normalizing mixed-race couples and families for a massive (and relatively young) audience."

What Keeping Up with the Kardashians can teach America about interracial marriage

A recent episode of the E! reality show offered an important window into little-discussed prejudices faced by interracial couples

(via theweekmagazine)