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ohkillers:

If not for you, winter would have no spring,I couldn’t hear the robins sing.I just wouldn’t have a clue,anyway it wouldn’t ring true if not for you.

ohkillers:

If not for you, winter would have no spring,
I couldn’t hear the robins sing.
I just wouldn’t have a clue,
anyway it wouldn’t ring true if not for you.

jaimetalangue:

chapmangamo:

"Greetings, aliens. Welcome to Planet… Terra.”
Available as a print
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Planet names come from the Roman Gods in English (and French), but Greek used their own Greek Gods. Also in Modern Greek, Earth is most commonly called Γη (roughly transcribed as Gi? phonetically as Yi I guess), and not Gaia (Γαία), but Gaia was a Greek Goddess (personification of the Earth).

jaimetalangue:

chapmangamo:

"Greetings, aliens. Welcome to Planet… Terra.”

Available as a print

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Planet names come from the Roman Gods in English (and French), but Greek used their own Greek Gods. Also in Modern Greek, Earth is most commonly called Γη (roughly transcribed as Gi? phonetically as Yi I guess), and not Gaia (Γαία), but Gaia was a Greek Goddess (personification of the Earth).

aseaofquotes:

Tim O’Brien, The Things They Carried

aseaofquotes:

Tim O’Brien, The Things They Carried

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travelthisworld:

Miami Beach, FL, USA.
submitted by: rainydrive, thanks!

travelthisworld:

Miami Beach, FL, USA.

submitted by: rainydrive, thanks!

(via whatthehellnel)

If all goes right, what’s left?

moarrrmagazine:

Them and Theirs 
portraits of people and the cars they drive by Ryan Schude

(Source: meiji-choco, via altertheend)

ohkillers:

If not for you, winter would have no spring,I couldn’t hear the robins sing.I just wouldn’t have a clue,anyway it wouldn’t ring true if not for you.

ohkillers:

If not for you, winter would have no spring,
I couldn’t hear the robins sing.
I just wouldn’t have a clue,
anyway it wouldn’t ring true if not for you.

whiskeyandmisanthropy:

Here’s to the oncoming Autumn.

whiskeyandmisanthropy:

Here’s to the oncoming Autumn.

sosuperawesome:

Gemma Correll, on Tumblr

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jaimetalangue:

chapmangamo:

"Greetings, aliens. Welcome to Planet… Terra.”
Available as a print
twitter | facebook | instagram | shop

Planet names come from the Roman Gods in English (and French), but Greek used their own Greek Gods. Also in Modern Greek, Earth is most commonly called Γη (roughly transcribed as Gi? phonetically as Yi I guess), and not Gaia (Γαία), but Gaia was a Greek Goddess (personification of the Earth).

jaimetalangue:

chapmangamo:

"Greetings, aliens. Welcome to Planet… Terra.”

Available as a print

twitter | facebook | instagram | shop

Planet names come from the Roman Gods in English (and French), but Greek used their own Greek Gods. Also in Modern Greek, Earth is most commonly called Γη (roughly transcribed as Gi? phonetically as Yi I guess), and not Gaia (Γαία), but Gaia was a Greek Goddess (personification of the Earth).

aseaofquotes:

Tim O’Brien, The Things They Carried

aseaofquotes:

Tim O’Brien, The Things They Carried

(via booklover)

travelthisworld:

Miami Beach, FL, USA.
submitted by: rainydrive, thanks!

travelthisworld:

Miami Beach, FL, USA.

submitted by: rainydrive, thanks!

(via whatthehellnel)

If all goes right, what’s left?

moarrrmagazine:

Them and Theirs 
portraits of people and the cars they drive by Ryan Schude

(Source: kirishii)

"If all goes right, what’s left?"

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