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Nathan. Sydney. 26. Slow down. Look up. Appreciate.

floralls:

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ohokayamaliawalker:

photoshoptrial:

do you ever write a message but halfway through you think “you know what fuck it they dont even care” and delete it

far too often

Been doing this a lot lately

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…the older I get, the more I see how women are described as having gone mad, when what they’ve actually become is knowledgeable and powerful and fucking furious. by Sophie Heawood (via coca-koala)

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christianrsantoss:

Jiro is the fucking man

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I may still not know what I want to be when I grow up, but I do know that someday I want to live in a house filled with my books and travel souvenirs. And the walls that aren’t covered in bookshelves will be covered with photos of my family and friends. When I leave the house I will be going to a job I love, and I’ll return to a person I love. So, that’s the dream I’m working on. by Amber Morely (via liquidlightandrunningtrees)

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did-you-kno:

A mysterious butterfly-shaped cloud that suddenly appeared above St. Louis, Missouri turned out to be a huge swarm of actual butterflies. Source

did-you-kno:

A mysterious butterfly-shaped cloud that suddenly appeared above St. Louis, Missouri turned out to be a huge swarm of actual butterflies. Source

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lofticries:

Lovers at the Movies, 1940.
Photo: Arthur Fellig

lofticries:

Lovers at the Movies, 1940.

Photo: Arthur Fellig

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rudygodinez:

E.E. Barnard, Star Cloud in the Milky Way, (1895)
 Star Cloud in the Milky Way was a collotype plate included in the August, 1895 issue of The Photographic Times. It was used to illustrate an extensive article written by Professor E.E. Barnard of the Lick Observatory in California titled Astronomical Photography.

rudygodinez:

E.E. Barnard, Star Cloud in the Milky Way, (1895)

 Star Cloud in the Milky Way was a collotype plate included in the August, 1895 issue of The Photographic Times. It was used to illustrate an extensive article written by Professor E.E. Barnard of the Lick Observatory in California titled Astronomical Photography.

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