Amy Winehouse photographed in London in 2004

Amy Winehouse photographed in London in 2004

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untitled on Flickr.

untitled on Flickr.

untitled on Flickr.

untitled on Flickr.

untitled on Flickr.

untitled on Flickr.

thinkofmewhenuforgetyourseatbelt:

This elderly couple took a photo in their small garden outside their house for every season of the year, come rain, snow or shine.

They stood in the same spot for every season and showed off their beautiful little garden, which they were obviously very proud of.


Friday

Friday

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nevver:

Take the stairs

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quedemalsemafor:

El rapte de Proserpina, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, 1621, Galeria Borghese

quedemalsemafor:

El rapte de Proserpina, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, 1621, Galeria Borghese

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nevver:

New York with a Moon, O’Keeffe

nevver:

New York with a Moon, O’Keeffe

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poetryconcrete:

Light Infused, Christo, Installation, 2013, in Germany. 

poetryconcrete:

Light Infused, Christo, Installation, 2013, in Germany. 

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nevver:

Under the veil

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austinkahler:

The eyes of an electrician after being zapped by 14,000 volts of electricity. 

austinkahler:

The eyes of an electrician after being zapped by 14,000 volts of electricity. 

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ancen:

From Zona,. “Siberian prison camps, former gulag country”, 2003. By Carl de Keyzer.

ancen:

From Zona,. “Siberian prison camps, former gulag country”, 2003. By Carl de Keyzer.

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vnstvble:

historicaltimes:


A refugee carrying his cholera-stricken wife away from the fighting during the Bangladesh war in 1971. Photo by Mark Edwards Read More

heartbreaking

vnstvble:

historicaltimes:

A refugee carrying his cholera-stricken wife away from the fighting during the Bangladesh war in 1971. Photo by Mark Edwards

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heartbreaking

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