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Spice Market

woody

bohemian fort

parisians people-watching from the terrace tables at café mabillon / photographed by tom el-bez

Big old house restored to its former glory. LH

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The Walking Library - London, England | Library Journal (It's the Guerrilla Librarian!)

on the ledge

Goat Castle!

Cottage window

Run!!!!

EXPLAINED by "the dog that didn't bark in the night." xkcd: "In the last few years, with very little fanfare, we've conclusively settled he questions of flying saucers, lake monsters, ghosts, and bigfoot."

Cool photography, optical illusion

albert & jack's / stockholm

The most famous brand each state has produced. Cool!

Wow

Circa 1902. The Waldorf-Astoria,The original Waldorf at Fifth Avenue and 34th Street.

Claude Monet (right) in his garden at Vernon, 1922

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington Cemetery was dedicated on November 11, 1921. #arlington

swinging ~ pure, unadulterated joy!

Sarah “Sally” Hemings was a mixed race slave owned by Thomas Jefferson. Several of Jefferson’s household slaves were the grown children of his father-in-law John Wayles and the enslaved woman Betty Hemings, who were brought to the marriage by Jefferson’s wife. In turn, the widower Jefferson had a long relationship with Wayle’s and Betty’s daughter Sally Hemings. She was much younger than Jefferson, an enslaved woman who was mostly of white ancestry and half-sister to his late wife.

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Tiger beat magazine, seriously who remembers begging mom to buy this and tearing out the posters, yep good times

beautiful vintage stairs