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A worker at the Roure perfume plant in Grasse, France, scoops up the morning’s rose harvest at the end of May. These rose petals will be processed immediately into an absolute, the aromatic liquid which is the basic component of perfume; photographed by Michael Freeman

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Apr 18, 2014 / 247 notes

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Once in a while it really hits people that they don’t have to experience the world in the way they have been told to.
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viα aezazlezaNaga headhunted skulls with horns (Trophy Skulls)

Headhunting is the practice of taking and preserving a person’s head after killing them. The Dayak, Ifugao and Nagas collected human skulls, but only the Naga tribe, from Nagaland attached animal horns to the skulls of their headhunted victims.

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Apr 18, 2014 / 3,445 notes


The Magnolia Pearl - Robin Brown and John Grey

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Apr 17, 2014 / 3,612 notes


When things go crazy because of pie

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Head of a Lady in Medieval Costume (detail), Lucien Victor Guirand de Sccevola, 1900
Apr 17, 2014 / 140 notes

Head of a Lady in Medieval Costume (detail), Lucien Victor Guirand de Sccevola, 1900

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Apr 17, 2014 / 192,663 notes




Come Together/Royals - The Beatles & Lorde

#the first note of come to together hit my ears and a tear dropped

I never reblog these unofficial mash-ups, but… DAMN.


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bunnies and cats because bunnies and cats

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Apr 17, 2014 / 16,059 notes


sincerely, a person who has been on prozac for 9 years

this is in response to some shitty stuff i’ve seen on my dash recently. it’s super simplified, so if you’d like to know some more indepth stuff on how exactly it works, google it—OR BETTER YET actually talk to a mental health doctor psychiatrist person wow

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Apr 17, 2014 / 7,427 notes


Medieval world 1000 feet below the surface

Every now and then you read a story about medieval times that you are sure is made up. Here is one, but it’s not. At 1000 ft below the surface, no more than ten miles from the Polish city of Krakow, lies the Wieliczka salt mine. It’s a labyrinth of chambers and lakes, but also a place with stables for horses, a chapel (with chandeliers made of rock salt), a salt-sculpted hall seating 400, and an amazing frieze with a scene of the Last Supper, carved in a wall of rock salt (top pic). A total of nine levels contain a combined 300 kilometres (186 miles) of tunnels and some 3,000 rooms. The most astonishing thing? The mine dates from medieval times: the structure was completed c. 1280 - although the sculptures appear to be much younger, including from the 19th century. A world buried below the world: am I the only one thinking Mines of Moria here?

Pics: the Frieze in the Wieliczka salt mine (I’m not sure about its date) is from Wikipedia (here), the rest from tourist websites. More about this fascinating site in a recent CNN article, here; and on the United Nations World Heritage website, here (but don’t touch the pics).

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The Writers Museum, just off the Royal Mile, Edinburgh.
Apr 17, 2014 / 37 notes


The Writers Museum, just off the Royal Mile, Edinburgh.

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Apr 17, 2014 / 156 notes


300 FAVOURITE MOVIES (in no particular order)

Big Fish (2003), dir. Tim Burton

A man tells his stories so many times that he becomes the stories. They live on after him, and in that way he becomes immortal.

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