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Sometimes I don't have much to say, sometimes I have a lot to say. you might laugh or get mad or ignore or dismiss it all... either way you're here, I'm here, let's just make the best of it
(also, most of these pics aren't mine)

awkwardsituationist:

brian skerry photographs the results of commercial bluefin tuna fishing in the mediterranean. the world wildlife fund estimates that each year, 4.4 million sharks and 90,000 turtles are unintentionally caught as bycatch from unregulated commercial tuna fisheries using long lines and drift nets. a shark caught in a net will suffocate to death. shark numbers have declined by as much as 80 per cent worldwide, with a third of all species now threatened by extinction (pew charitable trusts)

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awkwardsituationist:

brian skerry photographs the results of commercial bluefin tuna fishing in the mediterranean. the world wildlife fund estimates that each year, 4.4 million sharks and 90,000 turtles are unintentionally caught as bycatch from unregulated commercial tuna fisheries using long lines and drift nets. a shark caught in a net will suffocate to death. shark numbers have declined by as much as 80 per cent worldwide, with a third of all species now threatened by extinction (pew charitable trusts)

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always

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Kimiko Yoshida.

The Mao Bride (Red Guard Red). Self Portrait, 2009.

The Mao Bride (Red Guard Green Studying the “Mao Zedong Thought). Self Portrait, 2010.

The Mao Bride Bride (Red Guard Blue Holding the Little Red Book). Self Portrait, 2010.

Website

artinoddplaces:

Inside Out - The world’s largest participatory art project

Read more here

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nevver:

Is there life on Mars?
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Rose Barton. London.

In Wikipedia

nevver:

The true man wants two things: danger and play.
For that reason he wants woman, as the most dangerous plaything.

nprfreshair:

Cincinnati Public Library in 1874
image via Retronaut

nprfreshair:

Cincinnati Public Library in 1874

image via Retronaut