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July 20, 2014 at 12:07am
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#ventura #california

#ventura #california

July 17, 2014 at 11:56pm
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My coworker put a demonic dolls head in my baggage without my knowing, and I got searched at the airport because of it. Thanks Alex! #sfo

My coworker put a demonic dolls head in my baggage without my knowing, and I got searched at the airport because of it. Thanks Alex! #sfo

4:02pm
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@jean3979 is a wonderful person and I’m blessed to call her my friend.

@jean3979 is a wonderful person and I’m blessed to call her my friend.

4:01pm
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@jean3979 is a wonderful person and I’m blessed to call her my friend.

@jean3979 is a wonderful person and I’m blessed to call her my friend.

July 14, 2014 at 8:01am
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Reblogged from lastrealindians
lastrealindians:

Murrieta

seriously
whats happening is terrible

lastrealindians:

Murrieta

seriously

whats happening is terrible

July 13, 2014 at 4:01pm
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Reblogged from vigwig
vigwig:

Just bringing this back :)

all day every day!

vigwig:

Just bringing this back :)

all day every day!

8:01am
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Reblogged from ynspirations
ynspirations:

Yoga Inspiration on FB and IG

ynspirations:

Yoga Inspiration on FB and IG

1:41am
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Reblogged from smithsonian
smithsonian:

This may look like an ordinary brown jar to you, but it is possibly the most written about jar in history. This famous tea jar even has a name: Chigusa. In 16th C Japan, tea connoisseurs wrote copiously about its beauty—its shape, glaze and color—and designed elaborate accessories with which to adorn it. To the tea men, this jar was the equivalent of what Benedict Cumberbatch is to the Tumblr community. 
You can see it on view at our freersackler until July 27. More about Chigusa and the #ArtofTea

love love love love love

smithsonian:

This may look like an ordinary brown jar to you, but it is possibly the most written about jar in history. This famous tea jar even has a name: Chigusa. In 16th C Japan, tea connoisseurs wrote copiously about its beauty—its shape, glaze and color—and designed elaborate accessories with which to adorn it. To the tea men, this jar was the equivalent of what Benedict Cumberbatch is to the Tumblr community. 

You can see it on view at our freersackler until July 27. More about Chigusa and the #ArtofTea

love love love love love

July 12, 2014 at 11:59pm
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Reblogged from mindthefilth
mindthefilth:

Image reads: "The first gay pride was a riot."
Let’s remember our history.

We should be rioting today.

mindthefilth:

Image reads: "The first gay pride was a riot."

Let’s remember our history.

We should be rioting today.

(via the42towels)

11:52pm
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Reblogged from highenoughtoseethesea
highenoughtoseethesea:

Photographer: Matt Hutton
The location: Kalbarri, a small town in Western Australia.
The time of day: 5:09 p.m.
Gear: Canon 5D MKIII, 70-200mm f/2.8 IS USM II lens with a x2 II extender, giving a focal length of 140-400mm.
EXIF settings: f/5.6, 1/4000th sec, ISO 800, 400mm

fucking stunning
can’t wait to get back out in the water!

highenoughtoseethesea:

Photographer: Matt Hutton

The location: Kalbarri, a small town in Western Australia.

The time of day: 5:09 p.m.

Gear: Canon 5D MKIII, 70-200mm f/2.8 IS USM II lens with a x2 II extender, giving a focal length of 140-400mm.

EXIF settings: f/5.6, 1/4000th sec, ISO 800, 400mm

fucking stunning

can’t wait to get back out in the water!

(via summerbeachbreeze)