martinis, bikinis, and lamborghinis.

October 29, 2013

ri ri lana

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ella ella eh eh eh

 

drips gonna drip

 

nighttime

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A combination sand and rain storm batters a lone automobile in Kuwait, May 1969.Photograph by David Cupp, National Geographic

A combination sand and rain storm batters a lone automobile in Kuwait, May 1969.

October 28, 2013

rio

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Botafogo Bay and Rio de Janiero at night, September 1920.Photograph by Carlos Bippus, National Geographic

Botafogo Bay and Rio de Janiero at night, September 1920.PHOTOGRAPH BY CARLOS BIPPUS, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

October 25, 2013

flipses

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October 24, 2013

vimy

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In the light of early morning, the Vimy circles the pyramids at Giza on a dawn tour, May 1995.Photograph by James L. Stanfield, National Geographic

In the light of early morning, the Vimy circles the pyramids at Giza on a dawn tour, May 1995.PHOTOGRAPH BY JAMES L. STANFIELD, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

October 23, 2013

kimye

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October 22, 2013

shirtless clemson fan on espnu

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October 21, 2013

ice

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October 9, 2013

flyby

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An aerial photograph of farmland in Michigan, June 1979.Photograph by James L. Amos, National Geographic

An aerial photograph of farmland in Michigan, June 1979.PHOTOGRAPH BY JAMES L. AMOS, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

communist commute

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Commuters travel on a four-lane escalator in Moscow’s subway system, March 1966.Photograph by Dean Conger, National Geographic

Commuters travel on a four-lane escalator in Moscow’s subway system, March 1966.PHOTOGRAPH BY DEAN CONGER, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

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