some of it is just transcendental
Alexandra. 19. Vancouver.
also known as the bogan freak
previously priorincantatem

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fyeaheasterneurope:

Lithuania in infrared, by photographer Imantas Selenis.

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I’m the girl you die for (listen)

"But if you must be clever, then be clever. Be brave. Sleep with fists closed and shoot straight."

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Created in the 1930s by an anonymous author (supposedly Cantankerus Nott), the directory listed the pure-blood families in Great Britain.

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joerudko:

found photograph, digital manipulation 

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"Gods be good, why would any man ever want to be king? When everyone was shouting King in the North, King in the North, I told myself … swore to myself … that I would be a good king, as honourable as Father, strong, just, loyal to my friends and brave when I faced my enemies … now I can’t even tell one from the other. How did it all get so confused?"

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— A Single Man (2009)

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jessicaheatherhunter:

I was just telling a friend yesterday that as a kid one of my favourite things to do in spring was to go foraging, press my nature findings and sketch them later. Olive branches have such a striking silhouette! Their elegance is effortless. Teach me this miss olive.

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vikingborne:

HISTORY MEME ↦  two natural disasters ↦ (2/2) ↦ THE CRETE TSUNAMIS

"Slightly after daybreak, and heralded by a thick succession of fiercely shaken thunderbolts, the solidity of the whole earth was made to shake and shudder, and the sea was driven away, its waves were rolled back, and it disappeared, so that the abyss of the depths was uncovered and many-shaped varieties of sea-creatures were seen stuck in the slime; the great wastes of those valleys and mountains, which the very creation had dismissed beneath the vast whirlpools, at that moment, as it was given to be believed, looked up at the sun’s rays. Many ships, then, were stranded as if on dry land, and people wandered at will about the paltry remains of the waters to collect fish and the like in their hands; then the roaring sea as if insulted by its repulse rises back in turn, and through the teeming shoals dashed itself violently on islands and extensive tracts of the mainland, and flattened innumerable buildings in towns or wherever they were found. Thus in the raging conflict of the elements, the face of the earth was changed to reveal wondrous sights. For the mass of waters returning when least expected killed many thousands by drowning, and with the tides whipped up to a height as they rushed back, some ships, after the anger of the watery element had grown old, were seen to have sunk, and the bodies of people killed in shipwrecks lay there, faces up or down. Other huge ships, thrust out by the mad blasts, perched on the roofs of houses, as happened at Alexandria, and others were hurled nearly two miles from the shore, like the Laconian vessel near the town of Methone which I saw when I passed by, yawning apart from long decay."

Roman historian Ammianus Marcellinus’s account of the AD 265 Crete tsunami (x)

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theimperialcourt:

King George V with a Company of the Grenadier Guards, 1926

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She would be no one if that’s what it took. No one had no holes inside her.

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invisiblestories:

Caleb Cole, Odd One Out (2010) (via)

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