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"The way to love someone is to lightly run your finger over that person’s soul until you find a crack, and then gently pour your love into that crack."
—  Keith Miller 

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nothingandnowhere:

"Catch of the day" Louisiana, 1920s.

nothingandnowhere:

"Catch of the day" Louisiana, 1920s.


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melisaki:

The studio of Clio Newton
photo by sea kay, 2011

melisaki:

The studio of Clio Newton

photo by sea kay, 2011

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winter-glitter-red:

this is one of the best thing I have seen in my life.

winter-glitter-red:

this is one of the best thing I have seen in my life.

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bjork is life

bjork is life

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21 today

FUCKIN FINALLY

I MADE IT


"I didn’t realize how badly I was treated until someone started treating me with respect."
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centuriespast:

An ancient burial containing chariots, gold artifacts and possible human sacrifices has been discovered by archaeologists in the country of Georgia, in the south Caucasus. The burial site, which would’ve been intended for a chief, dates back over 4,000 years to a time archaeologists call the Early Bronze Age, said Zurab Makharadze, head of the Centre of Archaeology at the Georgian National Museum. Archaeologists discoveredthe timber burial chamber within a 39-foot-high (12 meters) mound called a kurgan. When the archaeologists reached the chamber they found an assortment of treasures, including two chariots, each with four wooden wheels.

centuriespast:

An ancient burial containing chariots, gold artifacts and possible human sacrifices has been discovered by archaeologists in the country of Georgia, in the south Caucasus. The burial site, which would’ve been intended for a chief, dates back over 4,000 years to a time archaeologists call the Early Bronze Age, said Zurab Makharadze, head of the Centre of Archaeology at the Georgian National Museum. Archaeologists discoveredthe timber burial chamber within a 39-foot-high (12 meters) mound called a kurgan. When the archaeologists reached the chamber they found an assortment of treasures, including two chariots, each with four wooden wheels.


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