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    Love this.

    Love this.

    (Source: ForGIFs.com)

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  2. Photo post

    HOW can you justify reblogging this without referring to the photographer???  Grrr. Go here to see who took this.  http://www.artcat.com/exhibits/18871

    HOW can you justify reblogging this without referring to the photographer???  Grrr. Go here to see who took this.  http://www.artcat.com/exhibits/18871

    (Source: tzikki)

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  3. Photo post

    dallasclayton:

Keep it up

Reblogging this for the power of +r

    dallasclayton:

    Keep it up

    Reblogging this for the power of +r

    (Source: dallasclayton)

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  4. Photo post

    archaicwonder:

The Temple of Juno at Agrigento (Akragas), Sicily
Modern Agrigento is on the southern coast of Sicily, and is the capital of the province of Agrigento. It is renowned as the site of the ancient Greek city of Akragas, one of the leading cities of Magna Graecia during the golden age of ancient Greece.
It was founded on a plateau overlooking the sea, near the rivers Hypsas and Akragas. Construction began around 582-580 BC and is attributed to Greek colonists from Gela.
The Doric style Temple of Juno was built in the 5th century BC, burnt in 406 BC by the Carthaginians and then later restored by the Romans.


(Mentioned in Shadowheart as one of the towns heavily damaged in fictional hurricane.)

    archaicwonder:

    The Temple of Juno at Agrigento (Akragas), Sicily

    Modern Agrigento is on the southern coast of Sicily, and is the capital of the province of Agrigento. It is renowned as the site of the ancient Greek city of Akragas, one of the leading cities of Magna Graecia during the golden age of ancient Greece.

    It was founded on a plateau overlooking the sea, near the rivers Hypsas and Akragas. Construction began around 582-580 BC and is attributed to Greek colonists from Gela.

    The Doric style Temple of Juno was built in the 5th century BC, burnt in 406 BC by the Carthaginians and then later restored by the Romans.

    (Mentioned in Shadowheart as one of the towns heavily damaged in fictional hurricane.)

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  6. Photo post

    matthewsgallery:

A Western Legend! on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Charles Partridge Adams carefully detailed the thin mists that cleave to the foothills of the Rockies in the morning and the almost opaque storm clouds that crown their peaks in the afternoon. Learn about the artist’s love affair with Colorado: d.pr/RF3L

    matthewsgallery:

    A Western Legend! on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    Charles Partridge Adams carefully detailed the thin mists that cleave to the foothills of the Rockies in the morning and the almost opaque storm clouds that crown their peaks in the afternoon. Learn about the artist’s love affair with Colorado: d.pr/RF3L

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  7. Photo post

    idleleaves:

I have a pendant that says “Careful, or you’ll wind up in my novel.”

    idleleaves:

    I have a pendant that says “Careful, or you’ll wind up in my novel.”

    (Source: delilahvanderbelt)

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    Reblogged from: sweatercurse

  8. Video post

    bogleech:

    youmightfindyourself:

    What happens when you pay two monkeys unequally?

    this video is more worth it than you can imagine

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  10. Text post

    Every system update ever

    lifenebooks:

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    Thanks to eze-stryker for the submission!

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