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centuriespast:

BOLDINI, Giovanni
Madame Charles Max
1896
Oil on canvas, 205 x 100 cm
Musée d’Orsay, Paris

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Wow, the options are confounding.

mazurskiwiatr:

Park Skaryszewski (Skaryszewski Park)
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I think I’m going to like it there. Also, I should find a bike to tool around town.

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Flights are locked in and now it’s time to consider my options for each city. Have you been? What do you suggest?

ancient-serpent:

Medusa sculpture by Javier Marin

ancient-serpent:

Medusa sculpture by Javier Marin

(Source: swardz)

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Inside the Biblioteque Ste. Genevieve in Paris, France.

fuckyesoregon:

High res photo of Mt. Thielsen at sunset. 

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audreylovesparis:

Notre Dame, Paris

audreylovesparis:

Notre Dame, Paris

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We’re open every day of the week except for Tuesday and Wednesday. You can rock by from 9 in the morning till 6 at night. Kitchen closes at 3pm during the week, 4pm on weekends. We sleep-in a bit on weekends and only open at 10am, as does 85% of the Parisian population. (via HOLYBELLY - Paris 10)

We’re open every day of the week except for Tuesday and Wednesday. You can rock by from 9 in the morning till 6 at night. Kitchen closes at 3pm during the week, 4pm on weekends. We sleep-in a bit on weekends and only open at 10am, as does 85% of the Parisian population. (via HOLYBELLY - Paris 10)

analyzingtaylor:

Needless to say, Joan would love this.

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singlin:

nevver:

Best Coast, Amy Ruppel

love this

Love! (even though there are far too many of the wrong tree species in lower, eastern California).

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Crater Lake National Park, Oregon.

douglascountymuseum:

Up In the Air.

An attraction of the 1913 Strawberry Carnival was a tethered balloon that gave rides to thrilled visitors. The balloon rose from the corner of Cass and Stephens streets on 1,000 feet of cable to give a rare aerial view of Roseburg. A Roseburg Review reporter who made the trip wrote rapturously, “What a rare schooling, what a priceless privilege, how broadening, how helpful!” The same balloon carried three intrepid local men on a free flight lasting more than a day. They drifted over Glide and the Bohemia area, finally landing in Hoaglin
(Idleyld Park).

Douglas County Museum | Facebook

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1950sunlimited:

Teen Dance at the Elks Lodge, 1960s
via

1950sunlimited:

Teen Dance at the Elks Lodge, 1960s

via

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