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coffeentrees:

#adventuremobile photo by @ridebikesandcampandstuff #poler #polerstuff #campvibes @polerportland @polernyc by polerstuff
07.10.14 /10:57/ 101
thaliasurf:

home is where the paradise is.
07.09.14 /07:15/ 7
saltysliders:

saltysliders.com - beautiful fins via finland
07.09.14 /07:14/ 34
ocelott:

The Holy Mountain (1973), Alejandro Jodorowsky
07.09.14 /07:12/ 1664
amare-habeo:

Léopold Survage (1879-1968), Colourful Rhythm,1913
07.09.14 /07:12/ 555
grupaok:

Leonora Carrington and Alejandro Jodorowsky, Penelope, 1957
07.09.14 /07:11/ 270
amalgammaray:

☐ ∆ ∇ ☆=❍
06.04.14 /03:01/ 7
amalgammaray:

By Arthur Handy (x)
06.04.14 /03:00/ 21
amalgammaray:

Matt Magee, Conduit, 2011, Oil on panel.
06.04.14 /02:59/ 2475
amalgammaray:

Matt Johnson, Breadface, 2004, cast plastic & oil paint, 4” x 4” x .325” (10 x 10 x 1 cm)
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amalgammaray:

Anita Thatcher, Open House 3, 2002, Aquatint, 30” x 22”
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amalgammaray:

Sabine Finkenauer
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todayinhistory:

May 29th 1953: Hillary and Norgay reach Everest summit

On this day in 1953, Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay become the first people to reach the summit of the world’s highest mountain: Mount Everest. Many previous attempts to scale the peak had failed, but New Zealander Hillary and Nepalese Norgay reached the top (29,028 feet) at 11.30am local time on May 29th 1953. Norgay later revealed that Hillary had been the first to step onto the summit. The pair spent only 15 minutes taking pictures at the summit before they began their descent. Norgay left chocolates in the snow as an offering and Hillary left a cross that he had been given by John Hunt (leader of the expedition). News of their success reached London on the morning of Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation on June 2nd and upon arrival in Kathmandu Hillary and Hunt discovered they had been knighted.

Canvas  by  andbamnan