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ilovecharts:

The Dinosaur Pet Guide 
by johnconway, via bradct
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themodernnomad:

Seen outside the Free Word Centre in Clerkenwell, London.
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"I wanted to live in Paris and write nothing but fiction and be perfectly free. I had decided all this had to be settled by the time I was thirty, and so I gave up my job and moved to Paris at twenty-eight. I just held my breath and jumped. I didn’t even look to see if there was water in the pool."

Mavis Gallant

(via jacobwren)

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gabbytwelveoclocke:


INFJs are private, preferring one-on-one friendships to crowds, and often quiet about their own feelings. They are often thoughtful, artistic, and wise, and prefer to operate behind the scenes. (x)

THIS EXPLAINS SO MUCH
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Here is a photo of me.
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wnycradiolab:

Some American flora from 1855 to help you through the cold winter nights of 2014.
wnycradiolab:

Some American flora from 1855 to help you through the cold winter nights of 2014.
wnycradiolab:

Some American flora from 1855 to help you through the cold winter nights of 2014.
wnycradiolab:

Some American flora from 1855 to help you through the cold winter nights of 2014.
wnycradiolab:

Some American flora from 1855 to help you through the cold winter nights of 2014.
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elegantbuffalo:

The Map that Changed the World:
William Smith's geological map of England, Wales, and southern Scotland. Published in 1815, it was the first national-scale geological map, and by far the most accurate of its time.
elegantbuffalo:

The Map that Changed the World:
William Smith's geological map of England, Wales, and southern Scotland. Published in 1815, it was the first national-scale geological map, and by far the most accurate of its time.