1. Natalie Wood

     
  2. Paiche fillet pineapple planked

     
  3. (Source: wvallen.com, via wvallen)

     
  4. Right here, right now

     
  5. Flow

     

  6. Happiness

    The Well-Ordered Soul: Happiness and Harmony
    Happiness 101:

    1.) What sets humanity off from other species, giving us the potential to live a better life, is our capacity to guide ourselves by using reason. If we use reason well, we live well as human beings; or, to be more precise, using reason well over the course of a full life is what happiness consists in.
    Happiness is not a virtue, but that it is virtuous activity.
    Virtuous activity makes a life happy not by guaranteeing happiness in all circumstances, but by serving as the goal for the sake of which lesser goods are to be pursued.
    2.) Recognizing pleasure itself is a greater form of pleasure. The person who has developed the capacity for self-regulation, the self-ruler, has along the way, because of the kinds of beings we are, also experienced all of the other kinds of pleasures of others who do not practice self-regulation. We regulate it first by means of praise and blame, roughly making use of the honor part of ourselves, and then we regulate it by means of reflection and self-understanding.

    — Aristotle

     
  7. Self, July 27

     
  8. New Brewing Station

     

  9. In Session: Chris Lorenzo (Poolside Mix) by Mixmag

     
  10. (Source: jstn)

     
  11. Around midnight

    Tagged #you #me #earth #home
     
  12. On this day in 1972 Landsat-1, the first US Earth-resources satellite was launched. The satellite, based on a modified weather satellite, was placed in a polar orbit to obtain continual coverage of the whole globe for the next six years.

    Landsat-1 had a three-camera system to obtain visible light and near infrared photographic images of Earth; a four-channel multispectral scanner (MSS) to obtainradiometric images of Earth; a receiver to collect feedback from ground stations for relay back to NASA, and two video tape recorders to provide backup when the spacecraft was out-of-range of NASA’s ground control.

    One of its more notable discoveries was a small island off the coast of Canada, which was later named Landsat Island after the satellite. 

     

  13. You’re A Melody #1 by floating points

     
  14. (Source: glickmanphoto)

     
  15. (Source: glickmanphoto)