Birch Trees and Babbling Brooks
damsellover:

The results of a 3 hour cruise……

damsellover:

The results of a 3 hour cruise……

reinhardhimmler:

U-Boot U-37 Type IX A

reinhardhimmler:

U-Boot U-37 Type IX A

spaceexp:

Waxing Crescent, 26% of the Moon is Illuminated taken with a Canon SX50 HS on August 30, 2014 IMG_1900 Source: Ted_Roger_Karson

spaceexp:

Waxing Crescent, 26% of the Moon is Illuminated taken with a Canon SX50 HS on August 30, 2014 IMG_1900

Source: Ted_Roger_Karson

47burlm:

Humphrey Bogart (1899 – 1957) was an American actor who became a cultural icon. He appeared in 75 feature films, the most famous of which, Casablanca, is consistently listed as one of the most popular and influential films ever made. He died of throat cancer in Los Angeles, California.
*note* Bogart’s last words-


 ”Goodbye Kid. Hurry back”, were spoken to his wife Lauren Bacall.

47burlm:

Humphrey Bogart (1899 – 1957) was an American actor who became a cultural icon. He appeared in 75 feature films, the most famous of which, Casablanca, is consistently listed as one of the most popular and influential films ever made. He died of throat cancer in Los Angeles, California.

*note* Bogart’s last words-

 ”Goodbye Kid. Hurry back”, were spoken to his wife Lauren Bacall.

thelandofmaps:

Foreign fighters in Syria [600x397]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com
mistresssexy:

Ha!!! (I *knew* it!)

mistresssexy:

Ha!!! (I *knew* it!)

twcgentleman13:

“Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them.”
― Marcus Aurelius––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––Girl In Telephone Booth (1994) by Jochen Lempert

twcgentleman13:

“Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them.”

― Marcus Aurelius


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Girl In Telephone Booth (1994) by Jochen Lempert

twcgentleman13:

Something about smiles. So many stories they can tell.

twcgentleman13:

Something about smiles. So many stories they can tell.

twcgentleman13:

"A man who wants to define himself as a real lover of women admires what shows of her past on a woman’s face, before she ever saw him, and the adventures and stresses that her body has undergone, the scars of trauma, the changes of childbirth, her distinguishing characteristics, the light is her expression. The number of men who already see in this way is far greater than the arbiters of mass culture would lead us to believe, since the story they need to tell ends with the opposite moral.” 
― Naomi Wolf
(Beatrix Mae by Kevin Stenhouse)

twcgentleman13:

"A man who wants to define himself as a real lover of women admires what shows of her past on a woman’s face, before she ever saw him, and the adventures and stresses that her body has undergone, the scars of trauma, the changes of childbirth, her distinguishing characteristics, the light is her expression. The number of men who already see in this way is far greater than the arbiters of mass culture would lead us to believe, since the story they need to tell ends with the opposite moral.” 

― Naomi Wolf

(Beatrix Mae by Kevin Stenhouse)

20thcenturypix:

tinytimetravel:

"Serb Student Assassinates Archduke and his Duchess", from the Washington [DC] “Times”, 6/28/1914 [p.1]. And so World War One began 100 years ago today with an assassination in Sarajevo. This account, from an evening edition, is noticeably short on details and incorrect on one important point: the bomb was not thrown by the “Servian student”, but by another would-be assassin earlier in the day. Gavrilo Princip, the young man who actually shot the couple, was the second assassin after the bomb-thrower, and if, later in the day, the Archduke hadn’t decided to visit victims of the bombing, Princip wouldn’t have had the opportunity to shoot him. Furthermore, nor would Princip have been in a position to shoot him if the Archduke’s chauffeur hadn’t followed the original route from earlier in the day. Like so many assassinations that have changed history, a couple different choices, so evident in hindsight, would have averted tragedy.

1914

thats-the-way-it-was:

September 1, 1979: The American space probe Pioneer 11 becomes the first spacecraft to visit Saturn when it passes the planet at a distance of 3,000 miles.
Launched in April 1973 to study the astrobelt, Pioneer 11 discovered two new Saturn moons (almost smacking into one of them in September 1979) and a new “F” ring. The spacecraft also discovered and charted the magnetosphere, magnetic field and mapped the general structure of Saturn’s interior. The spacecraft’s instruments measured the heat radiation from Saturn’s interior and found that its planet-sized moon, Titan, was too cold to support life. The last contact with the spacecraft was on September 30, 1995.
Photo: NASA

thats-the-way-it-was:

September 1, 1979: The American space probe Pioneer 11 becomes the first spacecraft to visit Saturn when it passes the planet at a distance of 3,000 miles.

Launched in April 1973 to study the astrobelt, Pioneer 11 discovered two new Saturn moons (almost smacking into one of them in September 1979) and a new “F” ring. The spacecraft also discovered and charted the magnetosphere, magnetic field and mapped the general structure of Saturn’s interior. The spacecraft’s instruments measured the heat radiation from Saturn’s interior and found that its planet-sized moon, Titan, was too cold to support life. The last contact with the spacecraft was on September 30, 1995.

Photo: NASA

inspirationwordslove:

Believe in your drea inspiration positive words

inspirationwordslove:

Believe in your drea inspiration positive words