"Eu vou querer um romance.
Sem gelo, por favor."

Gabito Nunes  (via troverai)
bradleycastaneda:

The Big Dipper, the northern lights….and an audience. // Atop a bluff near the Glacier Lagoon, East Iceland.

bradleycastaneda:

The Big Dipper, the northern lights….and an audience. // Atop a bluff near the Glacier Lagoon, East Iceland.

sarjeta:

A sarjeta, amigo

É a porta aberta do perigo

É a vitrine da violência.

Há nas ruas a estranha capacidade de transformar o homem.

E há na essência do homem a necessidade de buscar abrigo.

Ocultar-se.

Distanciar-se do perigo.

A sarjeta, meu caro.

É uma versão.

É um olhar medroso invadindo a…

motodeluxe:

Evoking the passion of the original for the unveiling of their brand new Thunder Stroke 111 v-twin engine, Indian has paid homage to the legendary Burt Munro with this tribute streamliner called the ‘Spirit of Munro’.
A showcase for the brand new 1800cc engine for the reborn Indian brand - now under the ownership of Polaris, the ‘Spirit of Munro’ is a moving homage based on the 1920 Scout that set the storied records at Bonneville, setting an all-time record of 183.586 mph in the under-1000cc category which would become the story behind the film ‘The World’s Fastest Indian’ starring Anthony Hopkins as Munro.
The Spirit measures at the same 13ft length as the original and has a handmade alumiunium body. Alongside the modern engine however, the new machine has Brembo brakes, upside down forks and a digital dash.
So far reduced to a promotional tour, the Spirit of Munro is planned to hit the salt flats in 2014, where it has the potential to do more than 200mph.

motodeluxe:

Evoking the passion of the original for the unveiling of their brand new Thunder Stroke 111 v-twin engine, Indian has paid homage to the legendary Burt Munro with this tribute streamliner called the ‘Spirit of Munro’.

A showcase for the brand new 1800cc engine for the reborn Indian brand - now under the ownership of Polaris, the ‘Spirit of Munro’ is a moving homage based on the 1920 Scout that set the storied records at Bonneville, setting an all-time record of 183.586 mph in the under-1000cc category which would become the story behind the film ‘The World’s Fastest Indian’ starring Anthony Hopkins as Munro.

The Spirit measures at the same 13ft length as the original and has a handmade alumiunium body. Alongside the modern engine however, the new machine has Brembo brakes, upside down forks and a digital dash.

So far reduced to a promotional tour, the Spirit of Munro is planned to hit the salt flats in 2014, where it has the potential to do more than 200mph.

"Eu gosto de olhos que sorriem, de gestos que se desculpam, de toques que sabem conversar e de silêncios que se declaram."

Machado de Assis (via waywar-d)