There's a girl in the city with my favorite tattoo

Hi. Hello. I'm Francis (though most people seem settled on referring to me as "fdg"), I'm 23 and I live in the great metropolis of Pasig in the Philippines. I love books, the Lucksmiths, long walks on the beach (of course) and the occasional pastry. And television and movies, the good, the bad, and "Birdemic: Shock and Terror." But please, no more awkward teenaged vampire flicks.

  • I want to drive you through the night, down the hills…

    (Source: jamesbadgedale, via oldfilmsflicker)

  • uhohohno:

    Feature Film || Coffee and Cigarettes (2003)

    I wanted to put an above shot of every vignette but I realized that it would total 11 photos, one more than Tumblr allows, so I chose the photos that feature an aerial view of the cheers moments.

    (via oldfilmsflicker)

  • bohemea:

    Michelle Williams - HoBo #13 by Mark Segal, Summer 2011

  • nickbilton:

From last month with Bijan and EveryDayDude down by the train tracks.
  • suicideblonde:

    Audrey Hepburn photographed by Terry O’Neill

    (via bohemea)

  • yodamanu:

Court house reflection, Strasbourg, January 2013.
And don’t forget to vote for me in the International Street Photography Awards. The polls are closing in 15 minutes, and it will be a close call for the last spots. Warning, the Facebook like doesn’t count as a vote, you must sign up to be able to vote.
UPDATE: polls close at midnight GMT so you have one hour left to vote!

La vie aquatique, Strasbourg, January 2013.

Our friend Benjamin Rasmussen has a new self-published book out entitled Home. It’s got beautiful imagery from seemingly disparate places woven together into his personal narrative. Worth checking out. 
“HOME. is an 80-page book measuring 9.5x13 inches. The digitally printed and rubber bound piece contains four hand screen-printed spreads, 12 pages of inserts and 54 images. The images, made over the last two years in Wyoming, the Faroe Islands and the Philippines, are combined with essays, quotes and an adorable interview with the photographer’s 10-year-old nephew all exploring connection to place and what it means to belong.”
  • bohemea:

    Mad Men Season 6 Portraits by Frank W Ockenfels 3