The Royal Flame
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The Royal Flame
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marinemammalblog:

snuggle bear by ucumari on Flickr.
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thebigkelu:

Son of the desert - Navaho 1904
Curtis Caption :
In the early morning this boy, as if springing from the earth itself, came to the author’s desert camp. Indeed, he seemed a part of the very desert. His eyes bespeak all of the curiosity, all of the wonder of his primitive mind striving to grasp the meaning of the strange things about him.
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nativeamericannews:

Considered invincible in combat, Roman Nose (Northern Cheyenne) (not to be confused with Henry Roman Nose of Southern Cheyenne) was one of the most esteemed warriors of the Plains Indian Wars of the 1860s. http://bit.ly/TedIgF
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ollebosse:

full moon by wolfteen96
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ledecorquejadore:

Kashmir by babasteve on Flickr 
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pablopicasso-art:

Two nudes and a cat, 1903
Pablo Picasso
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zenkitten:

zhay
(Reblogging OK with all notes intact)(c) 2013 waraphotohttp://waraphoto.weebly.com
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sexographies:

http://sexographies.tumblr.com/
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ab-sekhem:

Face of Sekhmet
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bag-of-dirt:

Japanese orphans whose parents were killed, or who were abandoned during the Battle of Okinawa (codename: Operation Iceberg), are photographed eating their meager rations in Koza Orphanage. Approximately 100,000 to 150,000 Okinawan men, woman, and children lost their lives during the nearly three months of fighting. Koza Orphanage housed around 3,000 to 4,000 children directly after hostilities ended. Sumiyoshi, Okinawa, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. June 1945.