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l-aranja:


☪ Grunge Fashion blog ☪
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woluf:

life:

Woman sitting with her pet ocelot having tea at a Bois de Boulogne cafe, Paris, 1963. See more photos here.
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That’s a cheetah not an ocelot, but this is still wonderful.

woluf:

life:

Woman sitting with her pet ocelot having tea at a Bois de Boulogne cafe, Paris, 1963. See more photos here.

(Alfred Eisenstaedt—TIme & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

That’s a cheetah not an ocelot, but this is still wonderful.

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fletchingarrows:

so cute; reminds me of when all i read was redwall books from dawn til dusk

fletchingarrows:

so cute; reminds me of when all i read was redwall books from dawn til dusk

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amoebapudding:

Illustrations by Bernard Zuber for Maurice Garçon’s La Vie Execrable de Guillemette Babin, Sorciere, 1926.

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multicolors:

I want to hide in all that hair

multicolors:

I want to hide in all that hair

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l-aranja:


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l-aranja:


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l-aranja:


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marjoleinhoekendijk:

blooms-and-shrooms:

Mushrooms by ~MonochromeTear

☽☉☾ Pagan, Viking, Nature and Tolkien things ☽☉☾
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moth-suicides:

lunostar:

18k gold with a carved agate skull surrounded by rose- and old-cut diamonds and black enamelling, with hallmarks for London 1852.  It has an interior inscription on the ring that adds another fascinating layer of history: Inscribed “James Dixon Obit 1852,” it memorialises James Dixon, a well-known English silversmith and founder of the family firm of James Dixon & Sons.

moth-suicides:

lunostar:

18k gold with a carved agate skull surrounded by rose- and old-cut diamonds and black enamelling, with hallmarks for London 1852.  It has an interior inscription on the ring that adds another fascinating layer of history: Inscribed “James Dixon Obit 1852,” it memorialises James Dixon, a well-known English silversmith and founder of the family firm of James Dixon & Sons.

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