Tulips are my favorite flower.

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brockdavis:

popcorn rain cloud #popcorn #rain #popcornraincloud

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http://mechanoid.tumblr.com via http://merde-petit-maitre.tumblr.com

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http://mechanoid.tumblr.com via http://merde-petit-maitre.tumblr.com

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honeyedeye:

"Pablo’s memory lives on in the homes of Barrio Pablo Escobar’s residents, January 2006"

James Mollison

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thecivilwarparlor:

"Semper Fidelis"  The Marines In The Civil War-

Washington, D.C. Six marines with fixed bayonets at the Navy Yard

"A group of Union Marines, wearing dress uniforms and carrying Model 1842 muskets, at the Washington Navy Yard in 1864."

Civil War

  • 1861-1865 — Civil War; nearly half of Marine Corps’ officers resign their commissions to join the New Confederate States Marine Corps — Confederate Marines’ roster reads 539 — A resolution introduced to Congress was one of the first attempts to disband the Corps; idea was tabled but the thought continued
  • 18 June, 1866 — Another resolution to disband the Corps studied and dropped (21 Feb., 1867)
  • Nov. 19, 1868 — Marine Corps Emblem adopted (usually credited to CMC Jacob Zeilin; emblem nearly unchanged since that time) — The Marines’ Hymn first begins to be heard; no author credited.
  • 1883 — Marine Corps’ motto — “Semper Fidelis” or “Always Faithful” adopted, replacing other well-known motto’s of “Fortitudine” (early 1800’s) and “By Sea and By Land” (1876).
  • 1888 — John Phillip Sousa’s “Semper Fidelis” composed.
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thetrunkontheloft:

Blue Byzantine mosaic representing the night sky in the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia in Ravenna, Italy. 5th century

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littleredbooks-nz:

19th Century Birmingham gang members.

littleredbooks-nz:

19th Century Birmingham gang members.

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buffalo-divine-eden-no7:

A broken doll amidst the rubble, with the remaining Pruitt-Igoe buildings in the background. The last was razed in 1976. (Bill Kesler/Post-Dispatch)

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90schickdotcom:

Losthead - image on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/109394386

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viedomestique:

Jacques Tati par Yale Joel, 1958.

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hoyss:

Source: imnotwordy

hoyss:

Source: imnotwordy

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