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October 17 2017

October 16 2017

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shouldibenovel:

meltingflowers:

Death of a Cyborg by Shorra.

I love this—the expectation that it’s an old master and then you look at the subject.

October 11 2017

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October 10 2017

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starwars:

Check out the brand new poster for Star Wars: The Last Jedi and watch the trailer  tonight

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October 08 2017

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familiar-places:

Tangier

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gutsrighteye:

20aliens:

Anna du Pire as Granida (detail), 1660.
oil on canvas 70 × 58.5 cm
Bartholomeus van der Helst

one titty out origins

October 06 2017

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dualipasource:

Dua Lipa on The Jonathan Ross Show on October 7, 2017.

October 05 2017

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enchantedsleeper:

‘Full fathom five thy father lies; Of his bones are coral’, Edmund Dulac

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October 04 2017

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ladygolem:

historical-nonfiction:

A giant sequoia was enjoying a peaceful, anonymous existence as a tree until 1879 when an annoying naturalist named James Wolverton happened upon it, and decided to give the tree a name. Wolverton chose “General Sherman” after the American Civil War general he had once served under.

In 1931, the General Sherman was named the oldest and largest tree in the world. At about 2,300 to 2,700 years old, it’s definitely been here a long time! And with a base circumference of 103 feet, the sequoia is undeniably large. Thanks to modern technology, an even older tree has been identified in Sweden and taken that title. But the General Sherman remains the world’s largest single-trunk tree, by volume. And you can visit it!

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