The Unbelievable Photos Taken by the Crazy Russians Who Illegally Climbed Egypt’s Great Pyramid
people, you may never see an image like this again… so yeah, reblog it
Because you said that, I’m gon save this picture.
hi egypt you - tiny little city from all the way up here, you
FYI - Egypt is not a city. Just sayin’…
I’m an SF dude who does not work in the tech industry. With that said, I have no issues with tech companies or their employees. Sure, the google buses crowd up some roads, they in some manner have forced a lot of lower income families out of homes they’ve lived in for 20+ years and everybody has a general hate for google glasses. But, hey it’s not all negative. Things are a lot cleaner now, there are more bike lanes, and the city is generally safer in parts that they weren’t before.
The thing is, if you read the news, you’d think all we talk about is tech and how they’re ruining the cultural landscape of our stolen land. Aside from the occasional ambiguous bar talk fluff, that couldn’t be farther from the truth. There are a few great companies that have started within the last couple of years and are striving due to the minds of the leadership and the hard work of their employees.
One of those companies is TCB COURIER. Established in 2009, they deliver any and everything you could want on bicycles at any time, day or night. It’s an incredibly odd and reliable service. It’s also one I’m happy to endorse and use as a conversation combo breaker in light of all the incessant tech talk.
Seriously, let’s talk about something else.
PS: The guys pictured are both great photographers.
Our dear friend Arthur stopped by and snapped some shots of us during the daily grind. Thanks for the flicks and always good to see you! Dude is a better photographer than the ones he mentioned.
Sabrina Stultiens at Ronse
Photo credit: Balint Hamvas | cyclephotos.co.uk