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Sitting here enjoying the architecture of #unionstation #DC. Since #greyhoundbus is delayed 3hrs. Smh. Whose up? (at Union Station, Washington D.C.)

Sitting here enjoying the architecture of #unionstation #DC. Since #greyhoundbus is delayed 3hrs. Smh. Whose up? (at Union Station, Washington D.C.)

#skyporn #artmusuem #philadelphia #kellydrive #nofilter (at Philadelphia Museum of Art)

#skyporn #artmusuem #philadelphia #kellydrive #nofilter (at Philadelphia Museum of Art)

#KellyDrive #Philadelphia #ArtMusuem.  (at Philadelphia Museum of Art)

#KellyDrive #Philadelphia #ArtMusuem. (at Philadelphia Museum of Art)

20 Years have passed since we’ve lost #KurtCobain and still his influence on music is just as strong today as it was then. 

In memory of Kurt we reached into the vault and re stocked our “One last song” T-shirt. Use #Promocode: KILLSHIPPING For #Free shipping on your order.

20 Years have passed since we’ve lost #KurtCobain and still his influence on music is just as strong today as it was then.

In memory of Kurt we reached into the vault and re stocked our “One last song” T-shirt. Use #Promocode: KILLSHIPPING For #Free shipping on your order.

odditiesoflife:

The Black Rose of Turkey

Turkish Halfeti Roses are incredibly rare. They are shaped just like regular roses, but their color sets them apart. These roses are so black, you’d think someone spray-painted them. But that’s actually their natural color.

Although they appear perfectly black, they’re actually a very deep crimson color. These flowers are seasonal – they only grow during the summer in small number, and only in the tiny Turkish village of Halfeti. Thanks to the unique soil conditions of the region, and the pH levels of the groundwater (that seeps in from the river Euphrates), the roses take on a devilish hue. They bloom dark red during the spring and fade to black during the summer months.

The local Turks seem to enjoy a love-hate relationship with these rare blossoms. They consider the flowers to be symbols of mystery, hope and passion, and also death and bad news.

Seeing a black rose in full bloom is a once-in-a-lifetime sort of thing. Don’t miss it if you ever happen to be in Turkey during the summer.

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This shit right here. 

This shit right here. 

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thelovenotebook:

EVERYTHING LOVE

netscapeshawty:

im on the earth for this vine n all of its incarnations

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lord-quasimoto:

fl0r-de-oro:

supergeeked:

exiledsojourner:

preciseflaw:
Man.. if this isn’t a powerful image I don’t know what is..

Damn. This hits hard though.

N

what you see on TV is what they want you to be 

lord-quasimoto:

fl0r-de-oro:

supergeeked:

exiledsojourner:

preciseflaw:

Man.. if this isn’t a powerful image I don’t know what is..

Damn. This hits hard though.

N

what you see on TV is what they want you to be 

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Paradise  must be something like this

Paradise  must be something like this

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Yoncé all on his mouth like liquor…

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"I think it’s so easy to get caught up in this kind of mould and structure of what people think dancers should be and look like and I think, even just looking at these shows that are now on television, it’s showing that you can be any colour. Y’know, you don’t have to be stick thin. I think it’s more just about what you’re bringing to this art form and how you’re expressing yourself.”

[Don’t remove the text please]

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gorillka:

"Bronx Boys" by Stephen Shames.

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