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On September 9, 2014, 22 people nestled into 16 hammocks for one epic chillout session. Photographer Sebastian Wahlhütter was on hand to capture the day’s events which took place on Monte Piana, in the famous Dolomites mountain range of northeastern Italy.
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On September 9, 2014, 22 people nestled into 16 hammocks for one epic chillout session. Photographer Sebastian Wahlhütter was on hand to capture the day’s events which took place on Monte Piana, in the famous Dolomites mountain range of northeastern Italy.

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growhousegrow:

Color!

growhousegrow:

Color!


fuckyeah1990s:

JCPenney Christmas Catalog 1998


want

fuckyeah1990s:

JCPenney Christmas Catalog 1998

want

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macvisuals:

Abide Family Center

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wocinsolidarity:

thelandofmaps:

Countries that recognize the state of Palestine in 2014 [1024x576]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

***Strokes chin*** hmmm

wocinsolidarity:

thelandofmaps:

Countries that recognize the state of Palestine in 2014 [1024x576]
CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!
thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

***Strokes chin*** hmmm

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flyartproductions:

fuck you and your vanity
Vanity (1890), Auguste Toulmouche / Pain, ASAP Rocky ft. Overdoz

flyartproductions:

fuck you and your vanity

Vanity (1890), Auguste Toulmouche / Pain, ASAP Rocky ft. Overdoz


global-fashions:

Kukua Buckman & Daisy Asare-Akoto - SHE by Bena

Photography: Charlene Asare

Makeup: Sparkle and Shine Make Up Artists

Styling: Sheelah Ewura Abena Garbrah

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Oscar-Claude Monet - Lilac Irises

Monet began this work of art in 1914 and finished in 1917. The artist painted irises throughout his career because the iris was one of his favorite flowers. Lilac Irises is one of the last examples of his collection of irises. Monet wanted to document the French countryside in which he lived and to do so, he adopted a method of painting the same scene many times in order to capture the changing of light and the passing of the seasons. [x]

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