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yaris-louis:

b3thhavana:

thoughtslostandfound:

mermaid-myth:

It’s moving right? It’s not just me?

Fucked me up

omg

What …

yaris-louis:

b3thhavana:

thoughtslostandfound:

mermaid-myth:

It’s moving right? It’s not just me?

Fucked me up

omg

What …

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last-on-your-lips:

wholesomeblogging:

i can’t stop laughing at this dumb shit omfg

Fucking hell me and Poison are dying and my dog is worried

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A picture of a baby overwhelmed by pizza

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hello-new-york:

vegathebeast:

sky-lark:

cudibuddy:

Bruhhhhhhhhhhhhh

☀️

That face at the end though

lmfaooooo

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tardis-are-y0u-drunk-again:

fairytalefaker:

Do you know the horrors that happened where you’re standing?

Life goes on, strange isn’t it?

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roguesquirrel:

sparklegenocide:

busket:

sassshanatalie:

this is fucking awesome. great idea.

one of them is hot sauce

One of them should be soy sauce.

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nationalpostphotos:

A glimpse at other Earth — Artist’s concept depicts NASA’s Kepler mission’s smallest habitable zone planet. Seen in the foreground is Kepler-62f, a super-Earth-size planet in the habitable zone of a star smaller and cooler than the sun, located about 1,200 light-years from Earth in the constellation Lyra. NASAs Kepler spacecraft team reported details about five new rocky planets on January 6, 2014 at the American Astronomical Society meeting in Washington,DC. Kepler has helped scientists discover hundreds of exoplanets, and astronomers at the event reported on four years of follow-up observations, as well as the new rocky planets discovered. TIM PYLE/NASA/AFP/Getty Images

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"Documentary photography is becoming more illustrative as people become more familiar with photography’s limitations and vulnerabilities. Reality has always been interpreted through layers of manipulation, abstraction, and intervention. But now, it is very much on the surface. I like this honesty about its dishonesty. Every photograph has many truths and none. Photographs are ambiguous, no matter how seemingly scientific they appear to be. They are always subject to an uncontrollable context. This is a tired statement, but worth repeating."

- Taryn Simon in an interview with the excellent critic and photography historian Geoffrey Batchen about her work for Museo magazine. (via greatleapsideways)

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bobbycaputo:

The 52 Most Breathtaking Photos From Around The World This Year

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timelightbox:

Photograph by Dzhavakhadze Zurab—Itar-Tass/Corbis

Supporters of European integration clash with riot police during a protest against government’s decision to delay signing a trade deal with the European Union, in Kiev, Ukraine, December 1, 2013.

See 2013: The Year in Global Protest on TIME.com.

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