Black heart inertia
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Black heart inertia
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7stripes:

Fedorenko Gennady
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gueule-de-loupviolette:

Edouard Boubat- Les Amoureux, Paris ,1952.
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diploidl0ve:

flcl-julie:

onlylolgifs:

Have you ever been this worried?

He fucking paws at the water and pulls him toward the edge and fucking jumps in to save him! I love dogs so much. We don’t deserve them.

I want to cry!! I love dogs.
diploidl0ve:

flcl-julie:

onlylolgifs:

Have you ever been this worried?

He fucking paws at the water and pulls him toward the edge and fucking jumps in to save him! I love dogs so much. We don’t deserve them.

I want to cry!! I love dogs.
diploidl0ve:

flcl-julie:

onlylolgifs:

Have you ever been this worried?

He fucking paws at the water and pulls him toward the edge and fucking jumps in to save him! I love dogs so much. We don’t deserve them.

I want to cry!! I love dogs.
diploidl0ve:

flcl-julie:

onlylolgifs:

Have you ever been this worried?

He fucking paws at the water and pulls him toward the edge and fucking jumps in to save him! I love dogs so much. We don’t deserve them.

I want to cry!! I love dogs.
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fotojournalismus:

Portraits of Afghan refugee children in Pakistan
For more than three decades, Pakistan has been home to one of the world’s largest refugee communities: hundreds of thousands of Afghans who have fled the repeated wars and fighting in their country. Whole generations of Afghan children have been born and raised in Pakistan, often living in poverty and uncertainty.
Photographed by Muhammed Muheisen/AP
fotojournalismus:

Portraits of Afghan refugee children in Pakistan
For more than three decades, Pakistan has been home to one of the world’s largest refugee communities: hundreds of thousands of Afghans who have fled the repeated wars and fighting in their country. Whole generations of Afghan children have been born and raised in Pakistan, often living in poverty and uncertainty.
Photographed by Muhammed Muheisen/AP
fotojournalismus:

Portraits of Afghan refugee children in Pakistan
For more than three decades, Pakistan has been home to one of the world’s largest refugee communities: hundreds of thousands of Afghans who have fled the repeated wars and fighting in their country. Whole generations of Afghan children have been born and raised in Pakistan, often living in poverty and uncertainty.
Photographed by Muhammed Muheisen/AP
fotojournalismus:

Portraits of Afghan refugee children in Pakistan
For more than three decades, Pakistan has been home to one of the world’s largest refugee communities: hundreds of thousands of Afghans who have fled the repeated wars and fighting in their country. Whole generations of Afghan children have been born and raised in Pakistan, often living in poverty and uncertainty.
Photographed by Muhammed Muheisen/AP
fotojournalismus:

Portraits of Afghan refugee children in Pakistan
For more than three decades, Pakistan has been home to one of the world’s largest refugee communities: hundreds of thousands of Afghans who have fled the repeated wars and fighting in their country. Whole generations of Afghan children have been born and raised in Pakistan, often living in poverty and uncertainty.
Photographed by Muhammed Muheisen/AP
fotojournalismus:

Portraits of Afghan refugee children in Pakistan
For more than three decades, Pakistan has been home to one of the world’s largest refugee communities: hundreds of thousands of Afghans who have fled the repeated wars and fighting in their country. Whole generations of Afghan children have been born and raised in Pakistan, often living in poverty and uncertainty.
Photographed by Muhammed Muheisen/AP
fotojournalismus:

Portraits of Afghan refugee children in Pakistan
For more than three decades, Pakistan has been home to one of the world’s largest refugee communities: hundreds of thousands of Afghans who have fled the repeated wars and fighting in their country. Whole generations of Afghan children have been born and raised in Pakistan, often living in poverty and uncertainty.
Photographed by Muhammed Muheisen/AP
fotojournalismus:

Portraits of Afghan refugee children in Pakistan
For more than three decades, Pakistan has been home to one of the world’s largest refugee communities: hundreds of thousands of Afghans who have fled the repeated wars and fighting in their country. Whole generations of Afghan children have been born and raised in Pakistan, often living in poverty and uncertainty.
Photographed by Muhammed Muheisen/AP
fotojournalismus:

Portraits of Afghan refugee children in Pakistan
For more than three decades, Pakistan has been home to one of the world’s largest refugee communities: hundreds of thousands of Afghans who have fled the repeated wars and fighting in their country. Whole generations of Afghan children have been born and raised in Pakistan, often living in poverty and uncertainty.
Photographed by Muhammed Muheisen/AP
fotojournalismus:

Portraits of Afghan refugee children in Pakistan
For more than three decades, Pakistan has been home to one of the world’s largest refugee communities: hundreds of thousands of Afghans who have fled the repeated wars and fighting in their country. Whole generations of Afghan children have been born and raised in Pakistan, often living in poverty and uncertainty.
Photographed by Muhammed Muheisen/AP
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Viking Longboat
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forthosewhocravefashion:

Drew Barrymore (90s)
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2headedsnake:

Tony Riff
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hervideros by (pol ubeda)
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taint3ed:

This never gets old lol
taint3ed:

This never gets old lol
taint3ed:

This never gets old lol
taint3ed:

This never gets old lol