Flying Crazy Legs

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I am
a series of
small victories
and large defeats

—Charles Bukowski, The People Look Like Flowers at Last (via odairable)

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alwaysbeenarambler:

E. Blérot, 1900. Rue St. Boniface, Brussels

alwaysbeenarambler:

E. Blérot, 1900. Rue St. Boniface, Brussels

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odditiesoflife:

The White Desert, Egypt

Formed by centuries of erosion and sandstorms, The White Desert features unique calcium rock formations that crop up across the landscape like great abstract statues. Some of the well-recognized monoliths have been given names like “mushroom”, “ice-cream cone,” and “the Monolith.” Only in The White Desert will you encounter such a bizarre and awe-inspiring natural museum of chalk-rock.

Many people spend a night camping in the desert with Bedouin guides, where they can observe the changing faces of the monoliths as the bright sun of the afternoon sinks into a shadowy dusk. As the sun goes down, the calcium sea seems to reflect all the fuchsias and oranges of the sky.

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aguysmind:

This would be a fun island to be trapped on

aguysmind:

This would be a fun island to be trapped on

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weaponslover:

How an AK works

weaponslover:

How an AK works

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The best way to keep a prisoner from escaping is to make sure he never knows he’s in prison.

—Fyodor Dostoevsky (via rejectionofmediocrity)

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doorwaytoeurope:

Sant Agnello, Italy

doorwaytoeurope:

Sant Agnello, Italy

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My only regret is that
I didn’t tell enough people
to fuck off.

—My 92 year old grandma. (via lipstickbabe)

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morethanphotography:

Ice Cave Sunrise… by IurieBelegurschi

morethanphotography:

Ice Cave Sunrise… by IurieBelegurschi

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Word on the Water, the London Bookbarge

A boat bookstore.

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