The Dune Shacks of Peaked Bars Historic District.
Nestled into the ever-shifting shapes of the Province Lands dunes, they are primitive in structure, but surrounded by a rare sort of richness – the mesmerizing environment of the ever-changing dunes, great undulations of sand that are constantly swept by the ocean’s winds into new shapes and that have long been a place of withdrawal for artists, eccentrics, writers and Cape residents.
Since the mid 1990s, area non-profits have offered solitude in the dunes to writers, artists, scientists, historians, musicians, and dancers through summer and fall shack residency programs.
Photos by Chris Seufert, Paul Neumann, Debra Bacon, and Stephanie Foster.
You all are terrible at being curious about anything.
Holy crap with the fireplace setting I feel like this is an actual sketch of my camps variety show…
do you ever just realize how bad your voice sounds
i’m a firm believer in gaying the pray away
my mom has gone her entire life up to today thinking that the term ‘pinky swear’ is ‘pinky square’
because your pinky makes a square
— (via thedapperproject)
wow i can’t believe lesbians shove their boobs up each other’s vaginas
I will never forgive the US for not having Bueno Bars.