Photo 3 Nov 1,770 notes photojojo:

An American soldier with a joey, 1942.
by Australian War Memorial collection on flickr.

photojojo:

An American soldier with a joey, 1942.

by Australian War Memorial collection on flickr.

Photo 22 Oct 2,778 notes photojojo:

Designed by Psalt studio.
via Zeutch.
Photo 16 Oct 1,026 notes laughingsquid:

Chewbacca Burger
Photo 15 Oct 1,274 notes laughingsquid:

Clicks Love Me
Quote 10 Sep 1 note
17 years ago today, I packed my bag and checked into the hospital to wait for a little baby to come out. 17 years later, she is the one who packs her bags each year to come see me.
— (via alifesoluminous)
Photo 3 Sep 266 notes e-pic:

by D.Jiang
Photo 29 May 2,738 notes photojojo:

It might just look like lines and curves, but this is an actual photo of sunlight hitting Saturn. That tiny dot? It’s moon, Epimetheus.

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It might just look like lines and curves, but this is an actual photo of sunlight hitting Saturn. That tiny dot? It’s moon, Epimetheus.

Video 25 Apr
Photo 16 Apr 6,899 notes fromme-toyou:

Shave and a haircut… 
Images of a Spring Weekend, 71st and Lexington Avenue

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Shave and a haircut…

Images of a Spring Weekend, 71st and Lexington Avenue

Photo 5 Apr a monster root in my dad’s garden

a monster root in my dad’s garden

Link 1 Mar Nakamuraya @ WeST PArK CaFE (Ramen and Burger), Shimokitazawa»

East Meets West

This has to be one of the weirdest combination of food I’ve seen in a while: Ramens and Burgers served in the same establishment. Then again, if these were served in a…
Photo 25 Feb 428 notes photojojo:

Ombres d’Optique, 1929 by French photographer Pierre Dubreuil
via Camera Obscura

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Ombres d’Optique, 1929 by French photographer Pierre Dubreuil

via Camera Obscura

Link 9 Feb Shimokita Chaen Ooyama (Green tea room), Shimokitazawa»
Did you know that the hectic Shimokitazawa and the surrounding area was covered with tea plantations until only about a century ago? As incredible as it is, Shimokitazawa seems to have been a…
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Photo 10 Jan 1,806 notes photojojo:

James Mollison traveled to Cameroon and the Congo to photograph 50 different primates for his project: James & Other Apes. 
It all began when he saw a TV show about monkeys and was struck by their individuality. We see what he means!

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James Mollison traveled to Cameroon and the Congo to photograph 50 different primates for his project: James & Other Apes

It all began when he saw a TV show about monkeys and was struck by their individuality. We see what he means!


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