TheTrentWilkie

Trent Wilkie is a writer/journalist/performer in Edmonton Alberta, Canada. Trent has written for CBC Radio (The Irrelevant Show), See Magazine, Vue Magazine, NinjaVideo.net, Merge Magazine, Toronto Life and Fitness, Canadian Emergency News, FFWD Magazine, Notebook Magazine and Horrornews.net. Trent is also a member of Mostly Water Theatre (www.mostlywatertheatre.com), a multi-media sketch comedy troupe that has been dubbed as ” a perfect mix of boneheadedness and sophistication”. He has also been a wilderness canoe guide for close to ten years and considers the deep dark woods a therapy that only comes at the cost of comfort. When not being overwhelmingly stuffed into various projects, Trent likes to relax while watching horror movies or trying to invent the perfect three chord song.
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lori-rocks:

sunrise over the river

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artissimo:

cat by carlos alberto

Mechanika

brothertedd:

Ten Classic Movies Drawn as Little Golden Books by Josh Cooley

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ablacklodge:

Just in case you wanted to know what women look like shotgunning beers.

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iheartmyart:

Sergei Isupov is a ceramic artist born in Stavropol, Russia 1963 and now living in Massachusetts, US, where he has been represented by the Ferrin Gallery.

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plundr:

This is the funniest thing to ever happen to Canada

I have never been prouder to be Canadian

I know how I’ll be wearing my Canada-swag from here on in. -carefully adjusts scarves-

EHEHEHEHEHEEE!!!

I have never been more proud to be Canadian.

fer1972:

Stormy Waves: Photography by Dalton Portella

morgoid:

mymodernmet:

Japanese artist Azuma Makoto recently ventured to Nevada’s Black Rock Desert to launch a 50-year-old pine bonsai and a colorful floral arrangement into space. The mission, titled Exobotanica, aimed to explore the transformation of the plants into exobiota (extraterrestrial life) in outer space.

THE PETALS. THE PETALS FLOATING IN THE BLACK.

jacklightproductions:

"TLC: The Learning Channel. For Some Reason."

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