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The Forge - 2013
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It’s Tumblr Tuesday! Here’s a few of our favorite Tumblr blogs of the moment.
Supporters of all ages and origins have left notes, cards, and letters in honor of those lost or healing by the tragic attacks of April 2013. The City of Boston is preserving these important messages as a tribute to our collective strength.
Graphic designer using the tracing paper that graphic designers no longer use to rotoscope and animate short loops.
Cook Your Cupboard from NPR
Confounded in the kitchen? Your strange and surplus food could be dinner! Submit your stumpers, and we’ll ask chefs about our favorites on NPR’s Morning Edition.
Lovely little lies from a hungry graphic designer.
Hippie Masa Group ®（Let’s do enjoy everyone ！） / x on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/60139078/via/Verakie
New York City sunset over the skyscrapers of midtown Manhattan.
I never really get tired of this view.
I know I have expressed that sentiment many times but it’s absolutely true. There’s something incredibly breathtaking that occurs when you are above the rooftops of the city. It’s as if the city shrinks below a vast sky in a huge universe and everything that once seemed impossible seems effortless and within the realm of possibility.
It’s so easy to forget that sort of thing when you live in a large city like New York City. When you are in the thick of it all, it can feel like the you are alone in a never-ending maze of cavernous streets as everyone else’s dreams and hopes fly past you at the speed of light. But when you take yourself out from the middle of everything and change your perspective, it’s as if the city holds its arms out to you beckoning you to come back and put your own dreams out there so they can spread their wings and fly up to the sky towards the horizon leaving a trail of hope in their path.
This was taken from the top of Rockefeller Center (also known as Top of the Rock) and it’s probably one of the most popular views of the New York City skyline since it includes the Empire State Building and the skyscrapers of midtown Manhattan. The view is looking south towards One World Trade Center (also known as the Freedom Tower and 1 WTC) and the skyscrapers of the Financial District.
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