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  • http://lucasfoglia.com/a-natural-order/ I think these are great. Not all are safe for work.

    Great stuff in there. Seen a few similar sets but this fel different, had a certain intimacy and authenticity about it. Didn't feel like they're trying to convince me about anything, if that makes sense?

  • Really good set that Will. I'm really into the slight hint of menace that ebbs and flows in and out of the series. Something really creepy happens when clicking between the dead bear and the woman in the doorway with the shadow on the ground. Some of them are so optimistic too.

  • Ouch!

    (view at own risk, may affect sensible people)

  • [Ouch! ](http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7113/7532141036_aaceea711d_o.jpg) (view at own risk, may affect sensible people)

    A tad out of date no?

  • Why out of date? I just found it and posted it. Sorry if missing something.

  • That was in last years tour, dude is back in it again this year tho!

  • Kewl

  • ^Didn't one of the passing tv/press cars carve him up and send him off of the road?

  • Yes. Instead of hitting the brakes the press car swerved into him throwing him over the fence. Horrible

  • He finished the stage like a boss to hold the polka jersey too. 39 stitches! Had a bit of a cry on the podium. Hard as nails!

  • http://lucasfoglia.com/a-natural-order/ I think these are great. Not all are safe for work.
    Yeah nice, reminds me a bit of this book http://www.janehilton.com/photography/dead_eagle_trail.php

    Also Reminds me of this:

    From Eric Valli's Project 'Off the Grid'

  • I'm quite fascinated by people turning their back on modern society to pursue their own way of living. What I don't get though is the people in the shot above, obviously styled according to their own fashion sense. It's like a home woven Mad Max with even more dirt. If you decide to become 'one' with nature, do you really have to be that grubby? Or is that the point?

    I saw a documentary type thing on bbc a while ago, someone taking a road trip in the states. He met with a man that's been living in the forests for months up in Alaska. He looked like he just stepped out of a cabin with all mod cons. That, to me, feels more in control, like he actually knows what he's doing, and frankly, more sensible?

  • whilst we're on animals

    *A polar bear stands on sea ice. The ice is critical to its habitat, and is decreasing in the warming Arctic. * **National Geographic / Paul Nicklen**
  • I've been meaning to post this for a while. My super british sunburn

  • Not proud, shirly?

  • A polar bear stands on sea ice. The ice is critical to its habitat, and is decreasing in the warming Arctic. **National Geographic / Paul Nicklen**

    What the arctic looked like when I was there... It was apparently the earliest in the year that the captain was able to get a boat up to 81degrees N.

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