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Some more Nick Wooster to add sunshine to your day! Source photo from guerreisms.

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thesnobreport:

Sartoria Rossi SS14

thesnobreport:

Sartoria Rossi SS14

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When I was doing indies and people were asking me why I don’t do a studio film, I always said the size of the film doesn’t matter. What matters is the script, the story and telling a story you care about.

bobbycaputo:

Standing on the Bulbous Bow of the World’s Largest Ocean Liner

Cunard recently captured dramatic photographs of Captain Kevin Oprey, Master of Queen Mary 2, standing on the ship’s bulbous bow a mile off the coast of Bali during the ship’s World Cruise in her 10th anniversary year.

bulbous bow is a protruding bulb at the bow (or front) of a ship just below the waterline. The bulb modifies the way the water flows around the hull, reducing drag and thus increasing speed, range, fuel efficiency, and stability. Large ships with bulbous bows generally have 12-15% better fuel efficiency than similar vessels without them. A bulbous bow also increases the buoyancy of the forward part and hence reduces the pitching of the ship to a small degree. [source]

Photographer James Morgan came up with the concept and said it took five hours of patient waiting on the day of the photo shoot until conditions allowed the Captain to get onto the bulbous bow.

At 151,200 tons, Queen Mary 2 is the largest and most expensive ocean liner ever built, accommodating 2,620 passengers and 1,253 crew. In her first 10 years of service Queen Mary 2 has undertaken more than 420 voyages, including over 200 Transatlantic Crossings, and has called at 182 ports in 60 countries. She remains the longest, tallest, widest ocean liner ever built.

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(Source: newsprezzatura, via gthegentleman)