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Jan 10, 2014 / 4,390 notes

ohsofili:

Herblore of the Shire by Meriadoc Brandybuck. 

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I consider in my own mind whether thou art a spirit, sometimes, or sometimes an evil imp,’ said the lama, smiling slowly.
Kipling, Rudyard. “Kim.” Oxford Text Archive, Oxford University, 1901.
Jan 9, 2014 / 8 notes
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cabinporn:

Photographs taken by Alex and Mina on a drive from Montreal to Val-Des-Lacs, Canada.

Jan 8, 2014 / 50 notes

thirtymilesout:

happens every time……….

Jan 7, 2014 / 18 notes

erj:

They hang the man and flog the woman,
Who steals the goose from off the common,
Yet let the greater villain loose,
That steals the common from the goose.

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thelandofmaps:

Ottoman Map of Africa [1600x1310]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com
Jan 7, 2014 / 110 notes
adialogue:

Northern Splendour.
Jan 7, 2014 / 76 notes

adialogue:

Northern Splendour.

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mastatat:

Ernest Hemingway.
Jan 7, 2014 / 78 notes

mastatat:

Ernest Hemingway.

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scotianostra:

A highland gamekeeper
Jan 6, 2014 / 253 notes

scotianostra:

A highland gamekeeper

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Iceland
Fred Hornton
Jan 6, 2014 / 492 notes
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thebeatenpath:

Shack in the Middle of Big Almaty Lake - Tian Shan Mountains, Kazakhstan by Uncornered Market on Flickr.
Jan 4, 2014 / 48 notes
icelandicphoto:

The buildings of this old farm date from slightly different periods in the 18th- & 19th-centuries. This style of the turf construction was universal in rural areas of Iceland until about 1900, when it was gradually replaced mainly by reinforced concrete. Extensive turf construction evolved in Iceland owing to the acute shortage of large trees.
This is now a museum and a great fun to visit
Jan 2, 2014 / 360 notes

icelandicphoto:

The buildings of this old farm date from slightly different periods in the 18th- & 19th-centuries. This style of the turf construction was universal in rural areas of Iceland until about 1900, when it was gradually replaced mainly by reinforced concrete. Extensive turf construction evolved in Iceland owing to the acute shortage of large trees.

This is now a museum and a great fun to visit

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Jan 2, 2014 / 1,774 notes

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