Yes please.

When you were sick you worried because you could not give me something that you wanted to and thought I needed. You needn’t have worried. Just as I told you then there was no real need because I loved you in so many ways so much. And now it is clearly even more true — you can give me nothing now yet I love you so that you stand in my way of loving anyone else — but I want you to stand there. You, dead, are so much better than anyone else alive.

— An excerpt from a letter that Richard Feynman wrote to his late wife, 16 months after she passed away at the age of 25. (via helplesslyamazed)
lavelaundry:

“Great Expectations”, photographed by Ryan McGinley in British Vogue April 2012
nevver:

Dan Mumford
New shoes, new post.
janeryan:

i neeeeeeed a ladder like this. neeeeeed.

GHD PHOTOGRAPHY & DESIGN
reretlet:

(via ㄧ)

Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after.

— Henry David Thoreau (via nickelcobalt)