see; grace |grās|
see; grace |grās|
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nevver:

Deep space rugs, Schönstaub
nevver:

Deep space rugs, Schönstaub
nevver:

Deep space rugs, Schönstaub
nevver:

Deep space rugs, Schönstaub
nevver:

Deep space rugs, Schönstaub
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Deep space rugs, Schönstaub
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itscolossal:

Tom Fruin’s Stained Glass House Installed at Brooklyn Bridge Park
itscolossal:

Tom Fruin’s Stained Glass House Installed at Brooklyn Bridge Park
itscolossal:

Tom Fruin’s Stained Glass House Installed at Brooklyn Bridge Park
itscolossal:

Tom Fruin’s Stained Glass House Installed at Brooklyn Bridge Park
itscolossal:

Tom Fruin’s Stained Glass House Installed at Brooklyn Bridge Park
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nevver:

Paper craft, Elise Wehle
nevver:

Paper craft, Elise Wehle
nevver:

Paper craft, Elise Wehle
nevver:

Paper craft, Elise Wehle
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Paper craft, Elise Wehle
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spyasilhouette:

THIS. DRESS.Ulyana Sergeenko after Giambattista Valli SS15 shot by me
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nevver:

Call me
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befree-fashion:


Arctic wedding eyes are just five steps away. READ. [i-donline]

✖️Modern // indie // fresh blog✖️
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prettycolors:

#000000
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hellogiggles:

PRAISE BEYSUS! THERE’S A RADIO STATION THAT ONLY PLAYS BEYONCé
by Gina Mei
http://ift.tt/1suEeDY
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nevver:

Okay
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livelymorgue:

July 28, 1978: A water main break in Bushwick, Brooklyn, rendered Decatur Street “a scene of contrasts.” A 48-inch pipe had burst at about 4:25 a.m., sending millions of gallons into the street, “shot up through the asphalt like a geyser.” Children played while residents fretted about the damage — and the delayed response. “Bushwick is a forgotten place,” The Times quoted Anne Norris, “but we are damn good taxpayers here.” Photo: Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times
livelymorgue:

July 28, 1978: A water main break in Bushwick, Brooklyn, rendered Decatur Street “a scene of contrasts.” A 48-inch pipe had burst at about 4:25 a.m., sending millions of gallons into the street, “shot up through the asphalt like a geyser.” Children played while residents fretted about the damage — and the delayed response. “Bushwick is a forgotten place,” The Times quoted Anne Norris, “but we are damn good taxpayers here.” Photo: Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times