the-gasoline-station:

Mountain Lights
In preparation for the 150th anniversary of the first ascent of the Matterhorn, Swiss mountain sports specialist Mammut and mountain guides from the village of Zermatt transformed the summit into a shining stone icon as an anniversary gift to Zermatt on September 16, 2014.
Picture: Robert Boesch/Mammut/Photopress via AP Images
Source: The Atlantic In Focus
retronewyork:

America in the 1970s: New York City. Public pay phone stalls in use at Broadway and 34th Street, in May of 1973. The first handheld mobile phone call in history was made one month prior to this photo, in midtown Manhattan, in April 1973, when Martin Cooper, a Motorola researcher made a call to his chief competitor Dr. Joel S. Engel, head of Bell Labs. (Photo by Erik Calonius/NARA via The Atlantic)
theleoisallinthemind:

Yellow Bird by Cathlon *TryingtoCatchupCommentsagain* on Flickr
rattyasscompadre:

Richard Nowitz
the-gasoline-station:

by Robert Goetzfried
mpdrolet:

From Red Hook
Jade Doskow
the-gasoline-station:

by Robert Goetzfried
danslatetedeparis:

Red Square and Snow (pink sky)Sftarjan2007
magnificentruin:

golden hour
mpdrolet:




Lorenzo Vitturi
dtxmcclain:

Interior design by Knoll, 1963
ne0n-skyline:

Cab on a rainy day Picture by: Jonathen Adkins @ Flickr