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Oct 14th | 21438 gyclli:

Macocha, Czech republic
 en.wikipedia.org

gyclli:

Macocha, Czech republic

en.wikipedia.org

21438 notes Oct 14 via gyclli originally gyclli
Oct 14th | 630 victoriousvocabulary:

SUAVEOLENT
[adjective]
fragrant; sweet-smelling; a pleasant smell.
Etymology: from Latin suāvis, “sweet” + olere, “to smell”.
[Herbert James Draper - Pot Pourri]

victoriousvocabulary:

SUAVEOLENT

[adjective]

fragrant; sweet-smelling; a pleasant smell.

Etymology: from Latin suāvis, “sweet” + olere, “to smell”.

[Herbert James Draper - Pot Pourri]

Oct 5th | 3062 colourthysoul:

John Frederick Lewis - Veiled Egyptian Girl, Cairo

colourthysoul:

John Frederick Lewis - Veiled Egyptian Girl, Cairo

3062 notes Oct 5 via colourthysoul originally colourthysoul
Oct 5th | 238 colourthysoul:

Charles-Amable Lenoir - Day Dreams

colourthysoul:

Charles-Amable Lenoir - Day Dreams

238 notes Oct 5 via colourthysoul originally colourthysoul
Oct 5th | 144 colourthysoul:

Sir William Blake Richmond - Mrs Luke Ionides (1882)

colourthysoul:

Sir William Blake Richmond - Mrs Luke Ionides (1882)

144 notes Oct 5 via colourthysoul originally colourthysoul
Oct 3rd | 593 
Olga von Württemberg by Winterhalter.

Olga von Württemberg by Winterhalter.

(Source: promenadedessanglais)

Sep 20th | 1596 simplyspace:

Spiralling Out Of The Galaxy 
“I didn’t feel like a giant. I felt very, very small.”
— Neil Armstrong, on looking back at the Earth from the Moon in July 1969.

simplyspace:

Spiralling Out Of The Galaxy 

“I didn’t feel like a giant. I felt very, very small.”

— Neil Armstrong, on looking back at the Earth from the Moon in July 1969.

1596 notes Sep 20 via simplyspace originally simplyspace
Sep 12th | 3397

(Source: inthatlieshope)

3397 notes Sep 12 via hellaween originally inthatlieshope
Sep 12th | 1836 mstrkrftz:

insert tourist

mstrkrftz:

insert tourist

(Source: mstrkrftz)

1836 notes Sep 12 via ponderation originally mstrkrftz
Jun 26th | 196

alex-aki-art:

Equipped with only a pencil, ruler and protractor and without the help of a computer, Venezuelan artist Rafael Araujo creates complex fields of three dimensional space where butterflies come to life and shells rise from mathematical spirals.

196 notes Jun 26 via alex-aki-art originally alex-aki-art