Yosemite / may 2014

San Francisco / San Jose

fohk:

I just don’t know what I’m supposed to be”

Lost in Translation (2003)
Sofia Coppola

  

I keep reminding
myself this will pass
But myself keeps reminding me
It will come back

(Source: seethroughperson)

frowl:


by Joseph Szabo from his book ‘Teenagers’

YAAAAS

grip tape

frowl:

by Joseph Szabo from his book ‘Teenagers’

YAAAAS

grip tape

(Source: phoebebishopwright)

1950sunlimited:

Young student couple in love;
Glendale College Balboa Beach Party, 1947
Photo: Peter Stackpole

1950sunlimited:

Young student couple in love;

Glendale College Balboa Beach Party, 1947

Photo: Peter Stackpole

fyffest:

Our friends Joyce Manor have released their new record “Never Hung Over Again” today on Epitaph Records. Highly recommend that you pick it up a copy at your local record store or online. It’s great.
Also, hope you catch their album release show at the El Rey this Friday night with Tony Molina & Winter Break or their set at FYF Fest on Saturday, August 23rd. Both are sold out so if you don’t have tickets, go see them play for free at Amoeba Music this Thursday at 6pm.

fyffest:

Our friends Joyce Manor have released their new record “Never Hung Over Again” today on Epitaph Records. Highly recommend that you pick it up a copy at your local record store or online. It’s great.

Also, hope you catch their album release show at the El Rey this Friday night with Tony Molina & Winter Break or their set at FYF Fest on Saturday, August 23rd. Both are sold out so if you don’t have tickets, go see them play for free at Amoeba Music this Thursday at 6pm.

San Francisco / San Jose

habermannandsons:

On any Monday

habermannandsons:

On any Monday

JACK KEROUAC 

« On soft Spring nights I’ll stand in the yard under the stars - Something good will come out of all things yet - And it will be golden and eternal just like that - There’s no need to say another word.» (Big Sur)

chaboneobaiarroyoallende:

“My fault, my failure, is not in the passions I have, but in my lack of control of them.” 

Jack Kerouac