Miss that so much.
Weather conditions in Arizona’s Grand Canyon last week gave rise to a rare phenomenon called total cloud inversion. Last Friday, and again on Sunday, the ground apparently released some of its heat rapidly enough at dawn to create a layer of cool, damp air inside the canyon, trapping it beneath the unusually warmer sky above the canyon walls and filling the space with a sea of fog. Park officials said the phenomenon is a once-in-a-decade occurrence and ran to capture these fantastic photos.
What a gorgeous curiosity.
Just some real Topeka people, man. Err…
Weird little containers of ancient awesome.
This is an actual item from Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, which is an actual shop in Philadelphia.
I lovehate everything about this. Look at the detail that went into this display. There’s the reinforced string hole; the hand-stamped label; the artful arrangement of the matchsticks; the lovely row of bottles. My goodness.
This all does nothing to distract me from the fact that never was there a more hipster product than this.