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twofacedsheep:

Leucistic White-Tailed Deer.
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antique-erotic:

From a set by E. Schneider, circa 1910, depicting models in a series of relaxed, informal poses in the great outdoors. Unlike his contemporary Edmund Edwinstone, the nudity in Schneider’s work is all deliberately discreet, with careful position of limbs to preserve the models’ modesty and keep the images relatively chaste.
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virtual-artifacts:

Egyptian, unknown Handle Depicting a Lion Subduing a Nubian, c. 1279–1213 B.C. New Kingdom, Ramesside, Dynasty 19, reign of Ramesses II - Egyptian blue, bone, gold, 3 x 4.3 x 3 cm
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knoxvillevaughn:

bvsedjesus:

aleygrashouse:

punk-fuck:

-imaginarythoughts-:

blackpoemusic:
Exercising power.Even if you lose.Liberate your right to be.
Photo: Dominican Republic

This is the hardest picture I’ve seen

Haitian mother protecting her son in Dominican Republic

shes harder than any of these niggas

this is so powerful

ACAB
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catafalques:

Wax model of a decomposing body in a walnut coffin, Italy, 1774-1800: The body in this wooden coffin is in a severe state of decomposition. It may have had two purposes: as ‘memento mori’, a reminder of death, or as a teaching aid. The figure is surrounded by three frogs. Frogs are symbols of rebirth and regeneration because they change so much in their lifetimes. Wax modelling was used in Europe to create religious effigies. From the 1600s, they were also used to teach anatomy. The creation of wax anatomical models, centred in Italy, was based on observing real corpses. The museum known as La Specola, or ‘the observatory’, in Florence was famous for its wax collection.
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actuallygrimes:

oo

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crimsoncreatures:

John Whiteside Parsons
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