Wherever You Go There You Are
Wherever You Go There You Are
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sumobasho:

Perhaps you would like some clay for dinner? 
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rallyknights:

Martini Stripe
rallyknights:

Martini Stripe
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senerii:

senerii: The road under the stars - (BY Dale Huang)
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merde-petit-maitre:

Photography
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kingxen:

landture:
Ancient Bristcone Pine No. 1 by… http://ift.tt/1tWhkmH
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thekhooll:

 Jon Shaw
thekhooll:

 Jon Shaw
thekhooll:

 Jon Shaw
thekhooll:

 Jon Shaw
thekhooll:

 Jon Shaw
thekhooll:

 Jon Shaw
thekhooll:

 Jon Shaw
thekhooll:

 Jon Shaw
thekhooll:

 Jon Shaw
thekhooll:

 Jon Shaw
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pfandango:

DS Pallas 1969
I love my Merc W123 but a 69’ DS makes my loins ache, I want it!! 
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thekimonogallery:

Shinto shrine on Lake Ashinoko, Hakone, Kanagawa, Japan.  Photography by Cynthia on ganref
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Boom, Ichinojo comes to the upper division with a strong start. Won again today 2-0. 
Boom, Ichinojo comes to the upper division with a strong start. Won again today 2-0. 
Boom, Ichinojo comes to the upper division with a strong start. Won again today 2-0. 
Boom, Ichinojo comes to the upper division with a strong start. Won again today 2-0. 
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batpigandme:

well hi there 
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kingmeson:

Trift Bridge is the longest pedestrian-only suspension bridge in the Alps, totaling 560 ft in length and traversing a height of 330 ft
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pfandango:

DS20 Pallas 1969. Castle Gibson.
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humanoidhistory:

September 14, 1966 — Gorgeous views of the Earth made from the orbiting Gemini 11 spacecraft. In the bottom image, you can see the 100-foot tether line connecting the Agena Target Vehicle to the Gemini 11 vehicle during its 32nd revolution. In the top image, that’s India and Ceylon (Sri Lanka) in the breathtakingly blue and vast Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, and Bay of Bengal. In the center, you can see back home to Cape Kennedy at left center. (NASA)
humanoidhistory:

September 14, 1966 — Gorgeous views of the Earth made from the orbiting Gemini 11 spacecraft. In the bottom image, you can see the 100-foot tether line connecting the Agena Target Vehicle to the Gemini 11 vehicle during its 32nd revolution. In the top image, that’s India and Ceylon (Sri Lanka) in the breathtakingly blue and vast Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, and Bay of Bengal. In the center, you can see back home to Cape Kennedy at left center. (NASA)
humanoidhistory:

September 14, 1966 — Gorgeous views of the Earth made from the orbiting Gemini 11 spacecraft. In the bottom image, you can see the 100-foot tether line connecting the Agena Target Vehicle to the Gemini 11 vehicle during its 32nd revolution. In the top image, that’s India and Ceylon (Sri Lanka) in the breathtakingly blue and vast Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, and Bay of Bengal. In the center, you can see back home to Cape Kennedy at left center. (NASA)
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