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quetzalvevo:

DaJé Barbour by Danny Lang

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alright let’s go outside

and ride, ride, rise to the meaning of life

and we’re trying, but we’re all falling out

i want to go back to old times

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atdirmaq:

Kotori Kawashima’s stunning portraits of his young daughter are collected in his book, Mirai Chan.

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crispculture:

10 DEEP - Order Online at the HYPEBEAST Store

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trentaicedcoffee:

"The bracelet is infused with elements sourced from the highest and lowest points on Earth. The white ball, carrying water from Mt. Everest, and the black ball, holding mud from the Dead Sea, exist on opposite ends. A string of clear beads link the two, signifying that throughout life’s circular journey, your path is your own."

trentaicedcoffee:

"The bracelet is infused with elements sourced from the highest and lowest points on Earth. The white ball, carrying water from Mt. Everest, and the black ball, holding mud from the Dead Sea, exist on opposite ends. A string of clear beads link the two, signifying that throughout life’s circular journey, your path is your own."

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zedasaysdudealot:

unsatisfiedjudge:

'jealousy' - a comic by me

my very first comic ! i hope you guys enjoyed it. 

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lesroisdumonde:

There is an old fairytale about a reluctant keeper of the stars…

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malformalady:

Photographs from a book of Philadelphia’s Academy of Natural Sciences’ collection depict the making of American science.(Top)A series of Beautiful Rosefinch (Carpodacus pulcherrimus) specimens collected by Brooke Dolan in Tibet, 1934-35. ANSP Ornithology Department. (Bottom)Shed snake skins collected by George M. Feirer in 1942. ANSP Herpetology Department.
Photo credits: Rosamund Purcell

malformalady:

Photographs from a book of Philadelphia’s Academy of Natural Sciences’ collection depict the making of American science.(Top)A series of Beautiful Rosefinch (Carpodacus pulcherrimus) specimens collected by Brooke Dolan in Tibet, 1934-35. ANSP Ornithology Department. (Bottom)Shed snake skins collected by George M. Feirer in 1942. ANSP Herpetology Department.

Photo credits: Rosamund Purcell

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2punkforschool:

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