malformalady:

A mare and her foal walk through the rubble of destroyed buildings in the northern district of Beit Hanun in the Gaza Strip, during a humanitarian truce on July 26, 2014. The bodies of at least 35 Palestinians were recovered from rubble across Gaza during the truce.

Photo credit: Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images

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indigenousdialogues:

Italian painter, Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1526 or 1527 – July 11, 1593)

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aspidochelon:

heyitspj:

he rises

ok no imma reblog this again because: this dog looks like a necromancer. this dog looks like he raises dead from the ground and brews potions and chants and shit. this dogs a fucking necromancer

aspidochelon:

heyitspj:

he rises

ok no imma reblog this again because: this dog looks like a necromancer. this dog looks like he raises dead from the ground and brews potions and chants and shit. this dogs a fucking necromancer

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disgustinghuman:

mineralists:

A collection of 850 mineral eggs carved in the renowned gem-cutting center of Idar-Oberstein, Germany.

Oh gosh

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If all goes as planned, I’m putting in my 2 weeks’ notice at work tomorrow. It will mark 3 years since I started at the company, and I learned a lot, but I’m overworked, and worse, bored. Fortunately I’m in a position where, if I’m careful, I can get by a while as I search for a new job. And if that doesn’t work, I can always get my job back, with slightly fewer perks, since the company favors rehires over new employees.

It’s overdue, really, but even so, I am terrified, because I am a weak creature who hates change… ;_;

Arkhip Kuindzhi, After a Rain c.1879

(Source: 1910-again)

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room42:

Off for the Sabbot, William Mortensen

(image courtesy…  {x})

(Source: periwinkle-forest)

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vastmachinery:

A portrait of PKD from the amazing 1975 Rolling Stone article The True Stories of Philip K. Dick, by Paul Williams.

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nix-hound:

Spyro the Dragon – Environments

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yourmaj3sty:

Statue of The Veiled Isis

The veiled Isis, whose very coverings represent vapor, is symbolic of this humidity, which is the carrier or vehicle for the sperm life of the Sun, represented by a child in her arms (in some depictions). The Sun, moon, and stars, when setting, appear to sink into the sea and the water receives their rays into itself. The sea was believed to be the breeding ground for the sperm of living things. This sperm is generated from the combination of the influences of the celestial bodies; hence Isis is sometimes represented as pregnant.

(Source: your-maj3sty)

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