my rock hard abs are under this thin layer of fat and hatred
Nature’s charm is simplicity; a city’s is complexity
This is a little piece of rather large panorama that was very nearly awesome, if I do say so myself. Unfortunately, it had too many gaps to use in its entirety.
That tallest thing in the middle—besides the mountain—is the Harbour Centre in downtown Vancouver; just a hop, skip, and jump from the Downtown Eastside. It was built in 1977. It is very tall and has a revolving restaurant on top, a bit of university in the middle, and a shopping mall underneath. It’s funny-looking, but after 37 years Vancouverites have gotten used to it and call it a landmark, for lack of a better term. Its Wikipedia entry, which contains all sorts of interesting bits, implies it may have been inspired by the Lighthouse of Alexandria.
Little A’Le’Inn, Nevada, Extraterrestrial Highway
Famous for their “Alien Burger”
Tesla Model S | Lake Tahoe, NV
oh my god I wanna do that too (but only if I knew I wouldn’t hit my head on sharp ass rocks in the water or dive right into rock bottom :/)