"We’re all a little weird. And life is weird.
And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours,
we join up with them and fall into mutual weirdness and call it love."

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Load out? Check! b a d c
That’s a wrap, for now.

#redeagles #constant b a d c
Fighter Pilots. Day 03.

#constant #redeagles #documentary
#USAF #USMC #USN  #MiG b a d c
Really honored to help tell this story.

#constant #redeagles #documentary
#USAF #USMC #USN  #MiG b a d c
Fighter pilots like to talk with their hands.

#constant #redeagles #documentary
#USAF #USMC #USN  #MiG b a d c
We’re rolling. 

#constant #redeagles #documentary
#USAF #USMC #USN  #MiG (at Boulder Station Hotel and Casino) b a d c
The stage is set … (at Boulder Station) b a d c
We have our “Band of Brothers” interview lighting all set. Now, the audio runs.

#constant #fighterpilots #MiG #USAF #USN #USMC  (at Boulder Station) b a d c
A better shot of Offload at work. (at KMG Visuals) b a d c
Diving into “Offload” from @RedGiantSoftware. So far, I like what I see. Could be a great tool for DITs in the field. b a d c

"In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends."

- Martin Luther King, Jr.
b c a
Fascinating repost from @robertclarkphoto

#Peru 
A deformed skull from the Paracas culture in Peru. Scientist believed that this type of skull belong to the priestly class in the Paracas society. The shaping of the skull starts at and early age and continues until the child has reached an age that the skull stops growing and starts to fuse together. A wooden frame was placed around the front & back of the skull, then a rope was used to tighten them gradually until the shaping is fully realized. The Paracas was an Andean society between 800 BCE and 100BCE.  @natgeo @Thephotosociety @instituteArtist b a d c

"Every movie has three things you have to do – you have to have a compelling story that keeps people on the edge of their seats; you have to populate that story with memorable and appealing characters; and you have to put that story and those characters in a believable world. Those three things are so vitally important."

- John Lasseter, Founder, PIXAR
b c a
Truth, from Joss Whedon. b a d c
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