klaatu81:

Rinko Kikuchi - Pacific Rim

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kvetchlandia:

Cecil Beaton     Katharine Hepburn with Peacock       c.1960

“Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere.” Katharine Hepburn

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class-struggle-anarchism:

Today in anarchist history, July 23rd 1892

Alexander Berkman shoots Henry C Frick twice in the neck, stabs him four times. the bastard survives, Alex goes to jail for 14 years, comes out a better, smarter anarchist.

Alexander Berkman - The ABC of AnarchismPrison Memoirs of an AnarchistWhat Is Communist Anarchism?

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laurabfernandez:

Fire,walk with me. (Hoguera de San Juan,jumping over the fire)

©2014laurabfernández

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suydamandgomorrah:

As seen from space.

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johndarnielle:

elucubrare:

Ellen Hinsey

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atlasobscura:

THE TREE OF KNOWLEDGE -Qurna, Iraqi

An unusual shrine stands on the shore of the Tigris: a small, dead tree. Protected by low brick walls and surrounded by a concrete plaza, this tree is -according to local legend- is the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, the one that Eve ate from in the Garden of Eden

Visit Atlas Obscura for a little more of a look at this sacred spot...

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humansofnewyork:

"When I was 22, I fell off a fishing boat in the middle of the night. We were about 200 miles from shore, fishing for swordfish. I was trying to bend a pipe into place when it gave way and dumped me in the ocean. They didn’t notice I was gone for about 20 minutes. The waves were about twelve feet high, and between the waves I could see the boat going further and further and further until it completely disappeared. You know how they say that when you’re dying, you’re supposed to go toward the light? Well, when I thought I was dying, the light was moving further and further away."

magictransistor:

Gustave Doré, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (Samuel Taylor Coleridge), Harper & Brothers, New York, 1876.

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installator:

"A giant statue of actress Marilyn Monroe was dumped at a garbage collecting company in Guigang, China. The almost 30-foot tall stainless steel statue, which weighs about eight tons, was made by several Chinese artists over two years, based on the famous scene from her movie "The Seven Year Itch.’" (nbcnews.com)

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