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This service dog clearly provides so much more to this man.
a service dog and a best friend.
Working dogs. Man's best friend.
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There's Nothing Like Small Things That Makes You Happy: Audrey Hepburn Style Icon
Vintage Hat |Condé Nast Store | Audrey Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn photographed by Cecil Beaton for Vogue, 1964 (poster in Blair Waldorf's room)
A classic, classic beauty
Clay seal with characters "Huang Di Xin Xi", 2-3rd century BCE, China
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Clay seal with characters "Huang Di Xin Xi", 2-3rd century BCE, China - PHIL AKASHI #thesealartist http://www.facebook.com/philakashi
Clay seal with characters "HUANG DI Xin Xi", 2-3rd century BCE, China The Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors were a group of mythological rulers and deities from ancient China during the period circa 2852 BC to 2070 BC and seen as culture heroes In myth, the Three Sovereigns were demigods who used their abilities to help create mankind and impart essential skills and knowledge. The Five Emperors were exemplary sages possessed of great moral character.
transporting a circus elephant, early 1930s
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transporting a circus elephant, early #wild animals| http://wildanimals270.blogspot.com
transporting a circus elephant, early 1930s. (I have a love for vintage circus-ness)
Transporting a circus elephant. early 1930.
History in Pictures -Transporting a circus elephant. Early 1930s. pic.twitter.com/1MxCPSMWYK
Forced Perspective... Must try next time I am at the Beach.
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Fun Beach Photo Ideas. Great for a family photo shoot!
Forced Perspective. A fun beach picture I must remember to take next time I'm at the beach
Art Forced Perspective... Must try next time I am at the Beach. photo
Forced Perspective... great beach pic!
Forced Perspective... Must try this on the next beach trip.
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Bora bora Sunset through an ocean wave.
Spectrum of color #oceanwave
Sunset on the ocean waves <3
Mother Nature Win: Epic sunset wave
"I closed my eyes and ran my hand along the shimmering wave before falling into theocean forever." #beauty #story #insparation
Bora bora Sunset!! wow wow the colors! i love! amazing! :))
Bora Bora Sunset, through the waves.
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via Marcia Myers: “Frammento del Muro MMVIII-XX” at Gail Severn Gallery Fresco on linen
The Beached Boat
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Nautical boat beach rocks sand seascape landscape oil painting
Oil painting original beach art The Beached Boat 8x10 door jujuru, $70.00
Yamantaka is also known as Vajra Bhairava. Tibetan: Dorje Jig-je and Shinjé. Conqueror or Slayer of Death, the wrathful emanation of Manjusri. He has eight heads. The principal head is that of a bull or a buffalo. He has 34 arms and sixteen feet with which to subdue Yama. Above the eight heads is the gentle face of golden-colored Manjushri.
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One man, 100,000 toothpicks, and 35 years. Oh.
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Scott Weaver has spent the last 35 years (on and off) on his ‘Rolling Through the Bay’ masterpiece. A kinetic art sculpture of the beautiful city of San Francisco. Using more than 100,000 toothpicks, Scott meticulously recreates all of the famous landmarks and destinations. Why spend so much time on something some deem trivial? Because it’s art, it’s his passion and that’s all that matters. Enjoy!
woow! Took Scott Weaver over 30 years building this, An Incredible Kinetic Sculpture of San Francisco
Scott Weaver's amazing toothpick sculpture of San Francisco. Called Rolling Through the Bay, it took 35 years and 100,000 toothpicks.
Sculpture of San Francisco using 100000 toothpicks
San Francisco in 100 000 toothpicks
"One man, 100,000 toothpicks, and 35 years: An incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco". Reminded me of the Titanic at the Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore and then I read that this sculpture will be there until September 2012. Yes! Must go see!
I guess it is dead.