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mymodernmet:

In 2011, Dutch photographer Charlotte Dumas embarked on a quest to locate the last surviving 9/11 search and rescue dogs who had worked so tirelessly ten years earlier. Retrieved is a collection of their portraits, a moving tribute to these heroic dogs and their handlers.

(via allcreatures)

thekimonogallery:

Himeji Castle, Japan.  Image via Kumi Ito on Pinterest

thekimonogallery:

Himeji Castle, Japan.  Image via Kumi Ito on Pinterest

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ikimono-clips:

DSC_0192 (by kschnurr51)

ikimono-clips:

DSC_0192 (by kschnurr51)

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z-i-v-a:

Rene Lalique 

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ronbeckdesigns:

sculpture | Heather Jansch by corblimeylimey on Flickr

ronbeckdesigns:

sculpture | Heather Jansch by corblimeylimey on Flickr

catsteaks:

A monument in Novosibirsk, Russia, dedicated to all the lab rats who were sacrificed for DNA research.

catsteaks:

A monument in Novosibirsk, Russia, dedicated to all the lab rats who were sacrificed for DNA research.

(Source: rickyhitler, via gregoryt777)

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ikimono-clips:

DSC_0152 (by a.lipskiy)

ikimono-clips:

DSC_0152 (by a.lipskiy)

Paper Mache Dogs  - By Lorraine Corrigan, via A Skeptical Designer

Paper Mache Dogs  - By Lorraine Corrigan, via A Skeptical Designer

(Source: glitzandgrandeurtoo)

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allcreatures:

Sometimes you have an itch you just have to scratch - in this elephant’s case on a conveniently parked car. The VW Polo and its two terrified occupants found themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time as the giant ellie stooped down to rub itself against the vehicle’s roof and bonnet. The incredible images were taken by Armand Grobler, 21, a field guide and lodge manager, in Pilanesburg National Park, South Africa. The two passengers were shaken up, but escaped without injury - although the same could not be said for their car. But after giving itself a good scratch, the elephant continued on it’s way itch free.

Picture: Armand Grobler/Barcroft Media (via Pictures of the day: 6 August 2014 - Telegraph)

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spongeblogspringerpants:

 Church, Pittsburgh PA - March 2014

Founded in 1863. Current Building 1901. This church is attached to an active Capuchin-Franciscan monestary.

The five altars are from the original 1863 building.

Windows by the Tyrolese Art Glass Company, Innsbruck, Austria (1899)