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Young boy attacks his own shadow with knife (unknown photographer)
via anonymous works

Young boy attacks his own shadow with knife (unknown photographer)

via anonymous works

01:14 pm, by mariyuki4 notes Comments

Anthony, Audrey and Pippin partying.
Photographed by Bob Willoughby

Anthony, Audrey and Pippin partying.

Photographed by Bob Willoughby

02:28 pm, by mariyuki3 notes Comments


River Phoenix in the movie EXPLORERS,  1985.
©Paramount

River Phoenix in the movie EXPLORERS, 1985.

©Paramount

05:54 pm, by mariyuki20 notes Comments



high noon by mao cacao on Flickr.
I wish I could do that right now…

high noon by mao cacao on Flickr.

I wish I could do that right now…

10:16 am, by mariyuki28 notes Comments


blackandwtf:

1920s
Spanky from The Little Rascals poses like a dog. 

blackandwtf:

1920s

Spanky from The Little Rascals poses like a dog. 




theconstantbuzz:

Alfred Hitchcock

theconstantbuzz:

Alfred Hitchcock

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wearedeadpaper:

somewhere we’ll find the meaning of the universe— of gravity, and why things fall, of death, and why stars burn out. of why we breathe, and why eyes leak, of skinned knees, and why hearts break. somewhere we’ll find the end of the infinite— and that’s where we’ll live.

wearedeadpaper:

somewhere we’ll find the meaning of the universe— of gravity, and why things fall, of death, and why stars burn out. of why we breathe, and why eyes leak, of skinned knees, and why hearts break. somewhere we’ll find the end of the infinite— and that’s where we’ll live.



Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head" by B. J. Thomas

from the OST of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

06:51 pm, by mariyuki2 notes Comments

blackandwtf:

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Circassian Beauty
In the 1860s, P.T. Barnum exhibited women whom he claimed were Circassian beauties. They wore a distinctive Afro hair style and were known as “moss haired girls.” Circassian beauties were  typically presented as victims of sexual enslavement among the Turks,  who had escaped from the harem to achieve freedom in America.
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blackandwtf:

Date unknown

Circassian Beauty

In the 1860s, P.T. Barnum exhibited women whom he claimed were Circassian beauties. They wore a distinctive Afro hair style and were known as “moss haired girls.” Circassian beauties were typically presented as victims of sexual enslavement among the Turks, who had escaped from the harem to achieve freedom in America.

(via WonderfullyStrange)