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Jul 20, 2014 / 737 notes

thepenguinpress:

How many books come with a warning? Bird Dream does! Find out more here

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Jul 13, 2014 / 38 notes

Jean-Pierre Honore and Catherine Deneuve in 'Le Vice et la Vertu' (1962) (x)
Jul 13, 2014 / 1,133 notes

Jean-Pierre Honore and Catherine Deneuve in 'Le Vice et la Vertu' (1962) (x)

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persian-princess:

xo

William Fisk - Revere 16 Magazine | Oil on Canvas
Jul 13, 2014 / 528 notes

persian-princess:

xo

William Fisk - Revere 16 Magazine | Oil on Canvas

persian-princess:

perfect

The Swallow’s Nest - decorative castle located at Gaspa on the Crimean Peninsula. Built between 1911 and 1912, on top of the 40-metre (130 ft) high Aurora Cliff, in Neo-Gothic design by the Russian architect  Leonid Sherwood for the Baltic German oil millionaire, Baron von Steingel. Castle overlooks Cape of Ai-Todor on the Black Sea coast.
Jul 13, 2014 / 33 notes

persian-princess:

perfect

The Swallow’s Nest - decorative castle located at Gaspa on the Crimean Peninsula. Built between 1911 and 1912, on top of the 40-metre (130 ft) high Aurora Cliff, in Neo-Gothic design by the Russian architect  Leonid Sherwood for the Baltic German oil millionaire, Baron von Steingel. Castle overlooks Cape of Ai-Todor on the Black Sea coast.

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honey-rider:

Carrie Enwright

Miss July 1963
Jul 1, 2014 / 140 notes

honey-rider:

Carrie Enwright

Miss July 1963

Jul 1, 2014 / 267 notes
fabforgottennobility:

"Is it Friday, right?"
Jun 27, 2014 / 196 notes

fabforgottennobility:

"Is it Friday, right?"

Jun 27, 2014 / 607 notes
natgeofound:

Water from the Dez River in Iran is used for irrigating once-parched land, January 1968.Photograph by Frank and Helen Schreider, National Geographic
Jun 27, 2014 / 4,326 notes

natgeofound:

Water from the Dez River in Iran is used for irrigating once-parched land, January 1968.Photograph by Frank and Helen Schreider, National Geographic

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