Photo 21 Oct 5 notes Little Man on the other paw HATES having his picture taken. #catstagram #cats #pets #mooman #littleman #toulouse

Little Man on the other paw HATES having his picture taken. #catstagram #cats #pets #mooman #littleman #toulouse

Photo 21 Oct 1 note This cat is ridiculously photogenic. #ragdoll #persian #picot #notmycat #cats #catstagram #fluffybeast

This cat is ridiculously photogenic. #ragdoll #persian #picot #notmycat #cats #catstagram #fluffybeast

Photo 21 Oct 3 notes Losing weight. Life is good. Trying to get more confident with selfies. #selfies #septumpiercing #bodypositive

Losing weight. Life is good. Trying to get more confident with selfies. #selfies #septumpiercing #bodypositive

Photo 21 Oct 19 notes mychestpainwantsacigarette:

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Photo 21 Oct 9,271 notes alliebirdseed:

Inktober day14 - Punkin ghost!

alliebirdseed:

Inktober day14 - Punkin ghost!

Text 21 Oct 474 notes

evilsupplyco:

This air, this haunted breeze, this smoke-filled atmosphere of October gives me an unmatchable energy.

Photo 21 Oct 155 notes

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vincentvangoth:

when u miss the last step on the stairs

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Photo 21 Oct 1,273 notes classicsenthusiast:

museum-of-artifacts:

Citizens of Herculaneum in the dock buildings, 79 AD

All of these people flocked to the harbor, thinking that the buildings would keep them safe, unable to get to boats in time to outrun the incredibly fast pyroclastic flow overrunning the town of Herculaneum. Today, you can still glimpse the terror these people must have gone through, as you approach Herculaneum by descending a hill made up of the sediment and ash which covered the land nearly 2000 years before. It is an incredibly humbling experience.

classicsenthusiast:

museum-of-artifacts:

Citizens of Herculaneum in the dock buildings, 79 AD

All of these people flocked to the harbor, thinking that the buildings would keep them safe, unable to get to boats in time to outrun the incredibly fast pyroclastic flow overrunning the town of Herculaneum. Today, you can still glimpse the terror these people must have gone through, as you approach Herculaneum by descending a hill made up of the sediment and ash which covered the land nearly 2000 years before. It is an incredibly humbling experience.

Photo 21 Oct 419 notes 90377:

IMG_4986.jpg by nixpix88 on Flickr.

90377:

IMG_4986.jpg by nixpix88 on Flickr.


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