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paris2london:

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Apr 22, 2014 / 24 notes
mercedesesquivel:

March 2014 : Venice
Apr 22, 2014 / 1,411 notes

mercedesesquivel:

March 2014 : Venice

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browndresswithwhitedots:

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Apr 22, 2014 / 80 notes
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Tennis in the Bahamas, 1957
Slim Aarons
Apr 22, 2014 / 3,278 notes

Tennis in the Bahamas, 1957

Slim Aarons

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nedhepburn:

Jenny Holzer.
Apr 21, 2014 / 151 notes
bornbythesea:

femme—perdue
Apr 21, 2014 / 4,381 notes
elenamorelli:

{ toward the forest }
Apr 21, 2014 / 742 notes

elenamorelli:

{ toward the forest }

conscious—energy:

My friend Jennifer Rangel posted this picture on FB and I HAD to share it with all the tumblr lovers out there.
Some info about the place: she said “it is a hostel called away with the fairies in Hogs Back South Africa. The guy who wrote Lord of The Rings lived here and it’s believed to have geographically inspired the lord of the rings trilogy”
Apr 21, 2014 / 25 notes

conscious—energy:

My friend Jennifer Rangel posted this picture on FB and I HAD to share it with all the tumblr lovers out there.

Some info about the place: she said “it is a hostel called away with the fairies in Hogs Back South Africa. The guy who wrote Lord of The Rings lived here and it’s believed to have geographically inspired the lord of the rings trilogy”

likearegularbookworm:

I’ve just completed the whole anthology. I only had to read six of the eleven for class, and I read the remaining five on my own. 

I really enjoyed the writing, while the plots weren’t as interesting. There’s a lot of meaning in each story, and it’s really for the reader to take it as it is.

I’m going to try and tackle a Tolstoy novel next, although I do have another anthology with different stories that I’ll read as well.

My favorite Tolstoy story. His mastery of human psychology is second only to his ability to tell stories. The fact that this story is perfectly relevant to many people I see working in finance today makes it truly amazing.
Apr 21, 2014 / 16 notes

likearegularbookworm:

I’ve just completed the whole anthology. I only had to read six of the eleven for class, and I read the remaining five on my own.

I really enjoyed the writing, while the plots weren’t as interesting. There’s a lot of meaning in each story, and it’s really for the reader to take it as it is.

I’m going to try and tackle a Tolstoy novel next, although I do have another anthology with different stories that I’ll read as well.

My favorite Tolstoy story. His mastery of human psychology is second only to his ability to tell stories. The fact that this story is perfectly relevant to many people I see working in finance today makes it truly amazing.

rachapun:

Glen Coe, Scottish Highlands
Apr 21, 2014 / 68 notes

rachapun:

Glen Coe, Scottish Highlands

beingnaked:

by Theo Gosselin
Apr 21, 2014 / 261 notes
fella-feel:

great color combination
Apr 21, 2014 / 1,075 notes

fella-feel:

great color combination

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