man-and-camera:

Yellowstone National Park V ➾ Luke Gram

man-and-camera:

Yellowstone National Park V ➾ Luke Gram
eartheld:

umq:

Untitled by (gilganizer)

mostly nature

eartheld:

umq:

Untitled by (gilganizer)

mostly nature
Weightless
City and Colour

circumstantial-barricade:

Come close, lay next to me

I need to tell you something important.

So stay close, remain next to me

I need to feel important

forestbeatle:

beyondcrowds:
On and off roads for the next few days, but I’m looking forward to catching up with everyone next week.
Mt Drum from the Glenn Highway, Alaska

forestbeatle:

beyondcrowds:

On and off roads for the next few days, but I’m looking forward to catching up with everyone next week.

Mt Drum from the Glenn Highway, Alaska

"With this album, my main goal was to play the type of music that one can listen to really loud late at night. I was trying to make music that has the same psychedelic effect as the albums I’ve always listened to, with their sounds that captivate me without my being distracted by other things."
John Frusciante on The Empyrean (via frvsciante)

flapwagon:

haha, ok, i imagined some dragons, now what


“Me and Rick Rubin would get together every day, and he’s got these CDs of AM radio hits from the Sixties. And they’d have stuff by the Mamas and Papas and songs like ‘Cherish’ by the Association and ‘Georgy Girl’. Those songs are all about harmonies. I’ve been practicing harmonizing a lot in the past year and a half. My friend Josh and I would sit around and sing Beatles songs or that Velvet Underground song ‘Jesus’ which has a harmony in it. Anything we could think of that had harmony.”
— John Frusciante, Guitar World (08/2002)

“Me and Rick Rubin would get together every day, and he’s got these CDs of AM radio hits from the Sixties. And they’d have stuff by the Mamas and Papas and songs like ‘Cherish’ by the Association and ‘Georgy Girl’. Those songs are all about harmonies. I’ve been practicing harmonizing a lot in the past year and a half. My friend Josh and I would sit around and sing Beatles songs or that Velvet Underground song ‘Jesus’ which has a harmony in it. Anything we could think of that had harmony.”

— John Frusciante, Guitar World (08/2002)

livingthereinaflower:

John Frusciante