1. radetzky-marsch:

librar-y:

Denishawn dancers, among them the modern dance pioneers Louise Brooks and Martha Graham, 1920.

Denishawn dance company founder Ruth St. Denis and husband Ted Shawn with garden party guests, among them the modern dance pioneers Louise Brooks and Martha Graham.

    radetzky-marsch:

    librar-y:

    Denishawn dancers, among them the modern dance pioneers Louise Brooks and Martha Graham, 1920.

    Denishawn dance company founder Ruth St. Denis and husband Ted Shawn with garden party guests, among them the modern dance pioneers Louise Brooks and Martha Graham.

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  2. breathtakingdestinations:

Zwinger - Dresden - Saxony - Germany (von Harshil.Shah)


Beautiful.

    breathtakingdestinations:

    Zwinger - Dresden - Saxony - Germany (von Harshil.Shah)

    Beautiful.

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  3. Packet of sugar or a packet of condoms? You decide…

    Packet of sugar or a packet of condoms? You decide…

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  4. radetzky-marsch:

ibetyouthisworks:

jexyla:

Breakfasts in the world ♥

Where’s the great English breakfast?

Because you asked for it …
here is the great English breakfast, maybe the greatest English breakfast.
The Fry Up Inspector: In search of the perfect Full English breakfasthttp://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-norfolk-27913705

    radetzky-marsch:

    ibetyouthisworks:

    jexyla:

    Breakfasts in the world 

    Where’s the great English breakfast?

    Because you asked for it …

    here is the great English breakfast, maybe the greatest English breakfast.

    The Fry Up Inspector: In search of the perfect Full English breakfast
    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-norfolk-27913705

    1 month ago  /  197 notes  /  Source: jexyla

  5. staff:

Work at Tumblr. Jobs here, internships here. 

    staff:

    Work at Tumblr. Jobs here, internships here

    1 month ago  /  114,434 notes

  6. jexyla:

Breakfasts in the world ♥


Where’s the great English breakfast?

    jexyla:

    Breakfasts in the world 

    Where’s the great English breakfast?

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  7. guardian:

New York, San Francisco, New York (again) - all the usual destinations are under attack in this year’s blockbusters. Armageddon needs to branch out 

Why not Hartlepool?

    guardian:

    New York, San Francisco, New York (again) - all the usual destinations are under attack in this year’s blockbusters. Armageddon needs to branch out 

    Why not Hartlepool?

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  8. guardian:

A family taking a trip around Australia were treated to more than they bargained for when crocodilian crowd favourite ‘Brutus’ took on a bull shark in the muddy mangroves. The result? Dinner for Brutus, curtains for the shark.
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Photo: Andrew Paice/Getty

There isn’t a day goes by when I hear a horror story from Australia. Killer spiders, wild dogs, killer snakes, man eating crocodiles. What next?

    guardian:

    A family taking a trip around Australia were treated to more than they bargained for when crocodilian crowd favourite ‘Brutus’ took on a bull shark in the muddy mangroves. The result? Dinner for Brutus, curtains for the shark.

    See more photos 

    Photo: Andrew Paice/Getty

    There isn’t a day goes by when I hear a horror story from Australia. Killer spiders, wild dogs, killer snakes, man eating crocodiles. What next?

    2 months ago  /  443 notes  /  Source: theguardian.com

  9. Moire Pattern

 Click on the moire pattern to see the full size image You can see the code for the java program that generated this image…

    Moire Pattern

     Click on the moire pattern to see the full size image You can see the code for the java program that generated this image…

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  10. harry-slater:

I’ve been revamping 100 years of Guardian articles, a project that’s been in the works since October 2013, or 1899 if we’re being really accurate. The articles show how we reported the 20th century, from the Boer War to “unstoppable rise of Microsoft”. 
If history is your thing, the archive team are also republishing a selection of articles on the first world war. 

    harry-slater:

    I’ve been revamping 100 years of Guardian articles, a project that’s been in the works since October 2013, or 1899 if we’re being really accurate. The articles show how we reported the 20th century, from the Boer War to “unstoppable rise of Microsoft”. 

    If history is your thing, the archive team are also republishing a selection of articles on the first world war. 

    (via guardian)

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