christine buckton tillman

Hello chair from observation from the veranda. View high resolution

Hello chair from observation from the veranda.

Roofing tiles make scallop shapes. Today I learned that  back in the day these were made by hand using human thighs as a mold. View high resolution

Roofing tiles make scallop shapes. Today I learned that back in the day these were made by hand using human thighs as a mold.

A display of colors in gelatin pill casings at museum dedicated to preserving ochre pigment production.

Bathroom window in Lacoste. View high resolution

Bathroom window in Lacoste.

I’m in Lacoste! Perfect everywhere.

Flight 2/3
Had to mad rush through the Amsterdam airport. Couldn’t even stop to take a picture of the Bulbs and Blooms kiosk which had so many plastic flowers. View high resolution

Flight 2/3

Had to mad rush through the Amsterdam airport. Couldn’t even stop to take a picture of the Bulbs and Blooms kiosk which had so many plastic flowers.
Waiting for flight one of three. View high resolution

Waiting for flight one of three.

A short history of the high five

jkottke:

For the latest installment of Grantland’s 30 for 30 short documentary series, a story on the genesis of the high five and what happened to one of its inventors. This video is chock full of amazing vintage footage of awkward high fives. [Weird aside: The sound on this video is only coming out of the left channel. Is that a subtle homage to the one-handed gesture or a sound mixing boner?]

High Fives are my favorite.

Drying rack progress. Robert gets all the credit. View high resolution

Drying rack progress. Robert gets all the credit.

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