really-shit:

French photographer Antoine Bruy spent three years (2010 - 2013) aimlessly hitchhiking around remote European regions documenting the affairs and lifestyle of former city dwellers turned off-grid families. Antoine offered labor (helping raise livestock, tending to farmlands) in return for housing and an intimate, more in-depth understanding of this largely undocumented subsociety.
really-shit:

French photographer Antoine Bruy spent three years (2010 - 2013) aimlessly hitchhiking around remote European regions documenting the affairs and lifestyle of former city dwellers turned off-grid families. Antoine offered labor (helping raise livestock, tending to farmlands) in return for housing and an intimate, more in-depth understanding of this largely undocumented subsociety.
really-shit:

French photographer Antoine Bruy spent three years (2010 - 2013) aimlessly hitchhiking around remote European regions documenting the affairs and lifestyle of former city dwellers turned off-grid families. Antoine offered labor (helping raise livestock, tending to farmlands) in return for housing and an intimate, more in-depth understanding of this largely undocumented subsociety.
really-shit:

French photographer Antoine Bruy spent three years (2010 - 2013) aimlessly hitchhiking around remote European regions documenting the affairs and lifestyle of former city dwellers turned off-grid families. Antoine offered labor (helping raise livestock, tending to farmlands) in return for housing and an intimate, more in-depth understanding of this largely undocumented subsociety.
really-shit:

French photographer Antoine Bruy spent three years (2010 - 2013) aimlessly hitchhiking around remote European regions documenting the affairs and lifestyle of former city dwellers turned off-grid families. Antoine offered labor (helping raise livestock, tending to farmlands) in return for housing and an intimate, more in-depth understanding of this largely undocumented subsociety.
really-shit:

French photographer Antoine Bruy spent three years (2010 - 2013) aimlessly hitchhiking around remote European regions documenting the affairs and lifestyle of former city dwellers turned off-grid families. Antoine offered labor (helping raise livestock, tending to farmlands) in return for housing and an intimate, more in-depth understanding of this largely undocumented subsociety.
really-shit:

French photographer Antoine Bruy spent three years (2010 - 2013) aimlessly hitchhiking around remote European regions documenting the affairs and lifestyle of former city dwellers turned off-grid families. Antoine offered labor (helping raise livestock, tending to farmlands) in return for housing and an intimate, more in-depth understanding of this largely undocumented subsociety.
really-shit:

French photographer Antoine Bruy spent three years (2010 - 2013) aimlessly hitchhiking around remote European regions documenting the affairs and lifestyle of former city dwellers turned off-grid families. Antoine offered labor (helping raise livestock, tending to farmlands) in return for housing and an intimate, more in-depth understanding of this largely undocumented subsociety.
really-shit:

French photographer Antoine Bruy spent three years (2010 - 2013) aimlessly hitchhiking around remote European regions documenting the affairs and lifestyle of former city dwellers turned off-grid families. Antoine offered labor (helping raise livestock, tending to farmlands) in return for housing and an intimate, more in-depth understanding of this largely undocumented subsociety.

really-shit:

French photographer Antoine Bruy spent three years (2010 - 2013) aimlessly hitchhiking around remote European regions documenting the affairs and lifestyle of former city dwellers turned off-grid families. Antoine offered labor (helping raise livestock, tending to farmlands) in return for housing and an intimate, more in-depth understanding of this largely undocumented subsociety.

(Source: themindunleashed.org)

targetsacquired:

Northrop P-61 Black Widow

(Source: youtube.com)

che-tvh:

bị thịt…

(Source: xchickengirlx)

breathtakingdestinations:

Monastery of Panagia Hozoviotissa - Amorgos - Greece (von meironke)

(Source: gifsboom)

Auto Engine Drives Motorcycle at High Speed(Jun, 1935)

Assembled especially for establishing a world’s record of more than 300 miles per hour, an oversize motorcycle powered with an automobile engine has been making speed tests on the Pacific coast. The motorcycle, weighing 1,500 pounds, is powered with a six-cylinder Plymouth automobile engine with fan and generator removed. With special timing and carburetor jets, the engine makes 4,100 revolutions per minute. The wheel-base is eighty-five inches and the over-all length is 115 inches, a standard motorcycle frame being lengthened and reinforced with steel tubing. Two large sprockets connected by a three-quarter inch chain facilitate steering, the handlebars having been moved back several inches from their original position. Two steel plates, one on each side in front of the rear wheel, serve as brakes by actual contact with the ground or track. They can be raised or lowered by a lever.

(viaModern Mechanix)

(Source: bassman5911)

Joint Light Tactical Vehicle 
BAE Systems, along with partners Meritor Defense, Navistar Defense and Northrop Grumman offer the Valanx™, a Joint Light Tactical Vehicle Family of Vehicles (JLTV FoV) that fills the gap between HMMWVs and combat vehicles.
by BAESystemsInc Joint Light Tactical Vehicle 
BAE Systems, along with partners Meritor Defense, Navistar Defense and Northrop Grumman offer the Valanx™, a Joint Light Tactical Vehicle Family of Vehicles (JLTV FoV) that fills the gap between HMMWVs and combat vehicles.
by BAESystemsInc Joint Light Tactical Vehicle 
BAE Systems, along with partners Meritor Defense, Navistar Defense and Northrop Grumman offer the Valanx™, a Joint Light Tactical Vehicle Family of Vehicles (JLTV FoV) that fills the gap between HMMWVs and combat vehicles.
by BAESystemsInc

Joint Light Tactical Vehicle 

BAE Systems, along with partners Meritor Defense, Navistar Defense and Northrop Grumman offer the Valanx™, a Joint Light Tactical Vehicle Family of Vehicles (JLTV FoV) that fills the gap between HMMWVs and combat vehicles.

by BAESystemsInc

(Source: bassman5911)

20140726-0179 by Kermitz1 on Flickr.

Les Pélerins, Rhone-Alpes, France

oa-ar15:

unimog camper