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likeafieldmouse:

Mariele Neudecker - Unrecallable Now (1998)

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Anonymous asked: heeft ontelbaar echt jippe´s tumblr overgenomen? :'(

Ja twee weken geleden. Alles wat hier staat is van haar en niet van Jippe. 

(wat denk je nou)

Apr 12, 2014
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pleoros:

Katie Paterson - Vatnajokull (the sound of), 2011

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mymodernmet:

Life with Pito is an incredibly moving series by photographer Ginger Unzueta, who documents the precious, everyday memories that her Alzheimer’s-stricken father-in-law still shares with his family. Although the 79-year-old Pito (the Spanish word for “grandfather”) no longer recognizes his wife of 40 years, his four sons, or his seven grandchildren, the family’s unwavering love is evident in the photos.

Apr 12, 2014
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thegreatnorthwest:

"This mountain, the arched back of the earth risen before us, It made me feel humble, Like a beggar, Just lucky to be here at all, Even briefly.” - B. Asher

thegreatnorthwest:

"This mountain, the arched back of the earth risen before us,
It made me feel humble,
Like a beggar,
Just lucky to be here at all,
Even briefly.” - B. Asher

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Apr 12, 2014
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historicaltimes:

A milkman still doing his morning rounds in the ruined streets of London during the Blitz - c.1940 Muttax84:This iconic photo of an indefatigable milkman doing his rounds in spite of the ruins around him is famous for representing the ‘never say die’ attitude of the British during the War. However this photo is actually a contrived photo!

This was no milkman. The photographer Fred Morley asked his assistant to borrow the coat and milk carrier, from a milkman and pose for the photos!

Morley’s thinking was that to circumvent censorship of demoralizing pictures of ruined streets, after more than a month of daily bombings, he should present things as an object lesson in the maxim “Keep calm and carry on.”

~Telegraph

historicaltimes:

A milkman still doing his morning rounds in the ruined streets of London during the Blitz - c.1940

Muttax84:

This iconic photo of an indefatigable milkman doing his rounds in spite of the ruins around him is famous for representing the ‘never say die’ attitude of the British during the War. However this photo is actually a contrived photo!

This was no milkman. The photographer Fred Morley asked his assistant to borrow the coat and milk carrier, from a milkman and pose for the photos!

Morley’s thinking was that to circumvent censorship of demoralizing pictures of ruined streets, after more than a month of daily bombings, he should present things as an object lesson in the maxim “Keep calm and carry on.”

~Telegraph

Apr 10, 2014
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