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Now and then, I’m heroically strong, bright. Other times, I suffer and persevere. Life is that way.

There’s my Satchmo, the one with the horn!

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bypat0:

La tierra tiene algo que decirles
ByPato

bypat0:

La tierra tiene algo que decirles

ByPato

raveneuse:

Hijikata Tatsumi, Body on the Edge of Crisis.

raveneuse:

Hijikata Tatsumi, Body on the Edge of Crisis.

swamped:

“Zona” – A Colorful Look into Siberian Prison CampsPhotography by Carl De Keyzer

swamped:

“Zona” – A Colorful Look into Siberian Prison Camps
Photography by Carl De Keyzer

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The Explorers Club - 2013 Explorers Club Annual Award Winners

atlasobscura:

Erden Eruç demonstrated that technology is not always needed to do great things today. After a grueling five years and 11 days, Eruç completed a circumnavigation of the globe using a rowboat, bicycle, kayak, dugout canoe or walking as necessary, showing it is still possible to inspire with human power.

de-salva:

Frank Horvat - Saint Désiré, Allier, France, modillon (1996.)
Cycle: Romanesque sculpture (`90s)
Via »> tytusjaneta / Thank you Anna!

de-salva:

Frank Horvat - Saint Désiré, Allier, France, modillon (1996.)

Cycle: Romanesque sculpture (`90s)

Via »> tytusjaneta / Thank you Anna!

likeafieldmouse:

Francis Alys - Sometimes Making Something Leads to Nothing (1997)

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hideback:

Glastonbury Abbey, Chapel of Saint Mary’s, Somerset, United Kingdom, 8th-14th century
Albumen print, circa 1875

hideback:

Glastonbury Abbey, Chapel of Saint Mary’s, Somerset, United Kingdom, 8th-14th century


Albumen print, circa 1875

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blushingcheekymonkey:

ivo pannaggi - mechanical ballet design (1919)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Rachel Sussman

The Oldest Living Things in the World

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