likeafieldmouse:

HiroshigeNew Year’s Eve Foxfires at the Changing Tree, Ōji (1857) 

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unexplained-events:

Rokurokubi
Found in Japanese folklore, they appear to look like normal human beings during the day, but at night they gain the ability to stretch their necks to great lengths.
Some legends say that the rokurokubi were once Buddhist who broke various precepts of Buddhism and were transformed into these demons. They are often sinister and feed off the blood of others who broke the precepts or human men.

unexplained-events:

Rokurokubi

Found in Japanese folklore, they appear to look like normal human beings during the day, but at night they gain the ability to stretch their necks to great lengths.

Some legends say that the rokurokubi were once Buddhist who broke various precepts of Buddhism and were transformed into these demons. They are often sinister and feed off the blood of others who broke the precepts or human men.

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supervillain:

On the set of The Road Warrior. 

supervillain:

On the set of The Road Warrior

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Need. Want.

Need. Want.

theblackoaksyndicate:

quadguyin-china:

salt-in-my-hair-and-heart:

liteskint:

gigaguess:

Oh.
My.
God.

B Y E

Am I allowed to tell this joke at parties??

She is so satisfied with that joke.


I’m going home.

theblackoaksyndicate:

quadguyin-china:

salt-in-my-hair-and-heart:

liteskint:

gigaguess:

Oh.

My.

God.

B Y E

Am I allowed to tell this joke at parties??

She is so satisfied with that joke.

I’m going home.

(Source: acidocasualidad, via lady-haylo)

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vjeranski:

Liubov Popova

vjeranski:

Liubov Popova

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germanpostwarmodern:

Departments of Natural Sciences (1975) of Regensburg University, Germany, by Heinle + Wischer

germanpostwarmodern:

Departments of Natural Sciences (1975) of Regensburg University, Germany, by Heinle + Wischer

(Source: heinlewischerpartner.de, via architectureofdoom)

lionofchaeronea:

Ice-Breakers on the Frozen Neva in St. Petersburg, Ivan Aivazovsky, 1877

lionofchaeronea:

Ice-Breakers on the Frozen Neva in St. Petersburg, Ivan Aivazovsky, 1877

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