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oix:

Jindai Tokyo by ogino.taro on Flickr.
allthingseurope:

Dubrovnik, Croatia (by Mindful Photography)
ata-raxie:

« Gásadalur is located on the edge of Mykinesfjørður, surrounded by the highest mountains on Vágar. Árnafjall towers to a height of 722 metres to the north, and Eysturtindur to the east is 715 metres high. Here too, the view south to Tindhólmur and Gáshólmur is quite magnificent. The landing site is very poor, because it is located somewhat higher than the seashore. So if the residents wanted to fish they were obliged to keep their boats near Bøur. In 1940, during the British occupation, a stairway was built from the beach up to the village. In order to reach any of the other villages, they had to take the strenuous route over mountains more than 400 metres high. This explains why the village population has become smaller and smaller. In 2002 there were only sixteen people living in Gásadalur, and several of the houses stand empty today. Seeing this I thought just one thing: wow! »
— Gásadalur, Faroe Islands (by Felix van de Gein)
1000teacups:

(by 36negatives)
tooeasily:

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painislove2:

I hate it when you get too fucked up from drinking and then you can’t drink certain drinks anymore because it tastes like that time you almost died. 

(via eatsomebrains)


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