echt schöner pandabär
Apr 10, 2014 / 1 note

echt schöner pandabär

petervidani:

Nnnnnnnnice job.
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petervidani:

Nnnnnnnnice job.

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lovelynobody00:

man-in-the-tan-jacket:

hhhhh

this is so fantastically creepy

oh

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fohk:

Room with a view camera obscura by Abelardo Morell
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fohk:

Room with a view camera obscura by Abelardo Morell

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nyctaeus:

Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks recreated as 3D pop-up installation

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whatfulllipsyouhave:

edgebug:

so when i was 7 or 8 i’d “write letters to hermione granger” and set them out on the piano in the living room every night with my stuffed toy owl and every morning i’d have a letter from hermione back, sitting at the foot of my bed, and hermione and i corresponded like that for months and i’d just like to thank my mom for writing out a “letter from hermione” for me every single night

That is the cutest thing I’ve ever read oh my god

10/10

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aizea:

Call of the Wild
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mrs-kennedy-and-me:

JFK Jr. drinks a Coke on the South Lawn of the White House on April 4, 1963. Jackie Kennedy, in her bare feet, is in the background.
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mrs-kennedy-and-me:

JFK Jr. drinks a Coke on the South Lawn of the White House on April 4, 1963. Jackie Kennedy, in her bare feet, is in the background.

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opalavocado:


Pregnant Ghost Bat having an ultrasound at Featherdale Wildlife Park

oh my lord
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opalavocado:

Pregnant Ghost Bat having an ultrasound at Featherdale Wildlife Park

oh my lord

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nyctaeus:

‘Preservation of Ikea tea-cup’ (2005) by Maarten Vanden Eynde

When the Ikea catalogue became the most printed book in human history (beating the bible for the first time ever), Vanden Eynde decided to give history a hand and preserve an Ikea tea-cup. Climbed over the fence of Il Foro Romanum, the old city centre of Rome, he buried a tea-cup under the observation of a visiting crowd of shocked tourists. The cup is still there, to be discovered by future archaeologists.

A new Ikea tea-cup and plate were broken and afterwards restored with restoration paste. It was made in the same week as the intervention work Preservation of Ikea tea-cup.

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