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    salt4life:

    dis nigga, going places.

    Ready for the hunger games.

    He shot his arrow… IN MIDAIR

    THROUGH THEIR CROTCH


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    emmacadavra:

    I will always reblog this. It’s fascinating and terrifying at the same time.

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    It makes salami?

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    Just in case you missed it I now have a store!
    I currently have these 2 prints for sale but if you’d like to request anything else then please let me know 
    Prints can be shipped to anywhere in the world and can be signed and dedicated if you request it.


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    Exploring Portland’s Cathedral Park

    For more photos and videos from the park and its arches, explore the Cathedral Park and St. John’s Bridge location pages.

    In the northernmost part of Portland, Oregon, the iconic St. John’s Bridge extends across the Willamette River. Though the bridge has become known for its green hue and distinctly pointed towers, the park underneath has also come to enjoy a fame of its own.

    The bridge’s stylized architecture continues even into its soaring concrete supports, which resemble the arches of a Gothic cathedral. Taking its name from the supports, Cathedral Park opened in 1980—a stark change from what had nearly been a junkyard beneath the bridge a decade earlier.

    Now, the park’s lush meadow spaces, proximity to the river and dramatic backdrops create a special draw for local and visiting Instagrammers, making the space a favorite for creative outings and InstaMeets.

    I’m afraid we’ll always be
    a book with the end pages ripped out.

    Madisen Kuhn, Does Time Truly Heal All Wounds? (via wanduring)

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