Fantasy of a Wanderer

Oct 02

christian-paul-kusch:

CHRISTIAN PAUL KUSCH 2014 ©
AUGUSTA ST.
NEUMÜNSTER / GERMANY

christian-paul-kusch:

CHRISTIAN PAUL KUSCH 2014 ©

AUGUSTA ST.

NEUMÜNSTER / GERMANY

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Oct 01

urgetocreate:

laclefdescoeurs:

Allée des Tilleuls à Saint-Privé, Yvonne, 1887, Henri-Joseph Harpignies


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urgetocreate:

laclefdescoeurs:

Allée des Tilleuls à Saint-Privé, Yvonne, 1887, Henri-Joseph Harpignies

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Sep 30

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gayinsect:

im pretty sure bromance is the perfect example of how embarrassingly fragile masculinity is. you know what a female bromance is called? a friendship 

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laclefdescoeurs:

Moonlight on the Bosphorus, 1865, Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky

laclefdescoeurs:

Moonlight on the Bosphorus, 1865, Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky

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fleurdulys:

The Girl I Left Behind Me - Eastman Johnson
1875

fleurdulys:

The Girl I Left Behind Me - Eastman Johnson

1875

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Sep 29

humansofnewyork:

"I’ve worked to eradicate Malaria my entire life, and I used to drive out into the rural areas all the time to do my work. I’d carry large amounts of money without any fear. People would know that I had money with me and nobody would bother me. But things have changed. People have grown desperate, and desperate people do bad things. The population has grown in Mexico much faster than the infrastructure, and there just aren’t enough jobs to support everyone. My company had a job opening recently, and all the job required was a high school diploma, but 400 people showed up with college degrees. And that was for a job that only paid $350 a month! All Mexicans need are jobs. We are not a lazy people. Give us a job and we won’t sleep if it’s necessary. We’ll eat our lunch while we are working. We will work 15 hours a day to dig a hole 10 kilometers deep, if that is what you ask us to do. Because for us, all work is a blessing."
(Mexico City, Mexico)

humansofnewyork:

"I’ve worked to eradicate Malaria my entire life, and I used to drive out into the rural areas all the time to do my work. I’d carry large amounts of money without any fear. People would know that I had money with me and nobody would bother me. But things have changed. People have grown desperate, and desperate people do bad things. The population has grown in Mexico much faster than the infrastructure, and there just aren’t enough jobs to support everyone. My company had a job opening recently, and all the job required was a high school diploma, but 400 people showed up with college degrees. And that was for a job that only paid $350 a month! All Mexicans need are jobs. We are not a lazy people. Give us a job and we won’t sleep if it’s necessary. We’ll eat our lunch while we are working. We will work 15 hours a day to dig a hole 10 kilometers deep, if that is what you ask us to do. Because for us, all work is a blessing."

(Mexico City, Mexico)

Sep 28

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