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How To Distract Yourself From Admitting You Are Lonely

tenikarae:

Dive deep into your work. Whatever it is you’re doing, become a master of it. Don’t eat, don’t sleep, don’t think unless it is involving the work you are doing. Seclude yourself, even at the office, from anything and anyone else. And when someone notices how passionate you are about your work,…

wnyc:

Ridiculous Wheel of Fortune solve. We say stick this guy in front of a map of the Indian Ocean and he’ll find that plane in no time.

-Jody, BL Show-

wnyc:

The love lock situation on the Brooklyn Bridge is getting out of control, people!

humansofnewyork:

"I’m leaving for Vegas in the morning to get married."

humansofnewyork:

"I’m leaving for Vegas in the morning to get married."

instagram:

Capturing New York’s Iconic Flatiron Building with @kat_in_nyc

To view more photos and videos of the Flatiron Building, explore the Flatiron Building location page and follow @kat_in_nyc.

The Flatiron Building in Manhattan has been a favorite subject for photographers since its construction in 1902. Native New Yorkers and visiting Instagrammers alike flock to the building to shoot its iconic wedge-shape. New York photographer Kat Irlin (@kat_in_nyc) has a passion for photographing the Flatiron. “It is photogenic in any weather but looks best in cloudy weather and during sunset. I think it’s a must-see for anyone visiting NYC,” she says.

To get a great shot of the Flatiron, Kat offers a few tips: “You’ll need to cross the intersection right in front of the Flatiron to get far enough away to capture it in its full beauty. I try to look for interesting ‘accents’ around it—there are usually pretty flowers, fixtures and even puddles for #puddlegrams around the building depending on the season. There is a very pretty park across the street, and the Flatiron looks stunning when peeking through the trees. Lastly, to get a minimalist shot, aim at the very top of the building and have the sky take up most of the space.”

tretorn:

Windows and doors in London. #tretorntales #travel #london  Photo by @laurenkallenphoto

tretorn:

Windows and doors in London. #tretorntales #travel #london
Photo by @laurenkallenphoto