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gyclli:

Situ Gunung, Sukabumi, Indonesia

Morning at Situ Gunung IIby juhe

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shirleyjackson:

amare-habeo:

Paul Sérusier (French, 1864 - 1827)

Melancholy, 1890

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wow

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Donald Martiny

Polychrome paintings 

2014

Nightface by Alexandra Petruk

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damienericwallace:

Goodbye porn.

Goodbye alcohol.

Goodbye sex-for-sex’s sake.

Goodbye excuses.

I’d say hello, Mary Jane…but I have to wait for that a bit longer methinks.

Also, my bike, my only form of transportation aside from the kindness of my friends and my feet, was stolen yesterday. The world just got a lot bigger.

Update: half a dozen friends/acquaintances have offered me bikes. So, I have transportation for now. Good people here.

marvasia:

William Strang, Panchita Zorolla, 1916

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anthropologyyy:

Beginning in 1938, Matthew Stirling, chief of the Smithsonian Bureau of American Ethnology, led eight National Geographic-sponsored expeditions to Tabasco and Veracruz in Mexico. He uncovered 11 colossal stone heads, evidence of the ancient Olmec civilization that had lain buried for 15 centuries. PHOTOGRAPH BY RICHARD HEWITT STEWART, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

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lykanthea:

Interior of a small, round temple in the Forum Boarium. Thought to have been dedicated to Hercules, it is the oldest surviving Roman temple built of marble, dates to about the second century BCE and owes its survival to its conversion to a church in the twelfth century CE. Like the temple in my earlier post, which is thought to be dedicated to the god Portunus, this is closed to the public. Very lucky I got to see the interior of both yesterday thanks to the American Academy in Rome.

Photo by lykanthea.

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Goodbye porn.

Goodbye alcohol.

Goodbye sex-for-sex’s sake.

Goodbye excuses.

I’d say hello, Mary Jane…but I have to wait for that a bit longer methinks.

Also, my bike, my only form of transportation aside from the kindness of my friends and my feet, was stolen yesterday. The world just got a lot bigger.

smoluchowski:

James Gleeson (1915 - 2009) - The Traveller

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2headedsnake:

Louise Cattrell

‘Arial’, 2004

oil on linen

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