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sciencevsromance:

St. Vincent at Stubb’s. (photographed during the NPR showcase)

sciencevsromance:

St. Vincent at Stubb’s. (photographed during the NPR showcase)

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sepsister:

l’amour et psyché enfants (Bouguereau), the kiss (Klimt)

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fuckyeahvintage-retro:

A couple kissing c.1930s

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

A couple kissing c.1930s

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geographilic:

Moonrise in Zion National Park, Utah

geographilic:

Moonrise in Zion National Park, Utah

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dearscience:

Arp Museum Rolandseck by Carsten aus Bonn

dearscience:

Arp Museum Rolandseck by Carsten aus Bonn

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Philippe Petit’s incredible (and illegal) high-wire walk between the Twin Towers of New York’s World Trade Center, 1974

Philippe Petit’s incredible (and illegal) high-wire walk between the Twin Towers of New York’s World Trade Center, 1974

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Baby:  n-n-n
Parent:  oh it's his first words!
Baby:  n-n
Baby:  not all men
Parent:  put it back

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#iamunchien   #!  

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Melancholia (2011) director: Lars von Trier

Melancholia (2011)
director: Lars von Trier

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befriendment:

new petra collins photoshoot: skinny white 15-20 yr olds look kind of sad

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lehroi:

Acacia Johnson

'Aialik', 2014.

In her series ‘Aialik’, Acacia Johnson explores northern environments, wilderness, and the human relationship to nature. The images present a mysterious, ethereal world of water and mist inhabited solely by women.
Photographed throughout the course of a summer in Alaska’s Kenai Fjords National Park, Aialik captures the dreamlike quality that Acacia Johnson finds so prevalent in northern places.

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