Big S/O to my @pennyskateboards for getting me through the airport…. I literally made it seconds before she closed the door! #blessed #pennyboards #serengetee
Hi, There is a small chance of you answering but I thought I would give it a try. My name is Marlene Cheste and I'm a sixteen year old girl from Holland. For my English project at school we have to do a writing assignment and my idea was to have conversations with people that have a certain name on the internet, stereotype if you will. You are a perfect match for the theme "Youtuber". It would be great if you could help me out. Lots of love, Marlene
Sorry im late but can I still help?
Kent! Your going to Prin!!! I'm so excited because I'm leaving for Lindenwood University on Tuesday which is Northwest of St.Louis!! I've watched Katy for a long time, and watched your vlog channel from the beginning!
No way!!! If i planned a meetup in STL would you come??
Chapel on the bluff
Just got a haircut! Only one of them. #haircut
Gone the sun… ( @henrybusch ) (at slice of heaven)
Just jumping. Thanks @finnharries for the idea. #4thofjuly #america #murica (at glen arbor)
been a long day
What makes an animated GIF so compelling isn’t just that it’s an image in motion; it’s that it’s cyclical. It loops, and anything caught within it becomes like a gear. In a way, what makes a GIF so satisfying is that its endless motion is almost like an elaboration upon the machinery of life.
This is the aspect of the animated GIF that French photographer François Beaurain explores in Monrovia Animated, a new series of looping images that explore life in the capitol of Liberia. In his GIFs, Beaurain juxtaposes the static dilapidation of the impoverished capitol with the colorful and repetitive energy of its citizens, turning them into “a piece of the conveyor belt that animates the city.”