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arpeggia:

Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen Spring 2012, photographed by Fabien Baron | More
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ymutate:

Herb Ritts
Kazu 01, Los Angeles, 1995
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gasoline-station:

In Focus: St. Petersburg from Above
Recently, photographer Amos Chapple spent some time in Saint Petersburg, Russia’s second-largest city. He used a small drone to lift his camera high above the cathedrals and fortresses, capturing some amazing aerial photos. Chapple: “There’s a legend in Russia that Saint Petersburg was constructed in the blue heavens and lowered in one piece into the marshland, ‘for how otherwise could a city so beautiful exist in a region so bleak.’” Chapple, has previously showed us Stalin’s Rope Roads, and took us on a trip to Turkmenistan.
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gasoline-station:

In Focus: St. Petersburg from Above
Recently, photographer Amos Chapple spent some time in Saint Petersburg, Russia’s second-largest city. He used a small drone to lift his camera high above the cathedrals and fortresses, capturing some amazing aerial photos. Chapple: “There’s a legend in Russia that Saint Petersburg was constructed in the blue heavens and lowered in one piece into the marshland, ‘for how otherwise could a city so beautiful exist in a region so bleak.’” Chapple, has previously showed us Stalin’s Rope Roads, and took us on a trip to Turkmenistan.
Read more.
gasoline-station:

In Focus: St. Petersburg from Above
Recently, photographer Amos Chapple spent some time in Saint Petersburg, Russia’s second-largest city. He used a small drone to lift his camera high above the cathedrals and fortresses, capturing some amazing aerial photos. Chapple: “There’s a legend in Russia that Saint Petersburg was constructed in the blue heavens and lowered in one piece into the marshland, ‘for how otherwise could a city so beautiful exist in a region so bleak.’” Chapple, has previously showed us Stalin’s Rope Roads, and took us on a trip to Turkmenistan.
Read more.
gasoline-station:

In Focus: St. Petersburg from Above
Recently, photographer Amos Chapple spent some time in Saint Petersburg, Russia’s second-largest city. He used a small drone to lift his camera high above the cathedrals and fortresses, capturing some amazing aerial photos. Chapple: “There’s a legend in Russia that Saint Petersburg was constructed in the blue heavens and lowered in one piece into the marshland, ‘for how otherwise could a city so beautiful exist in a region so bleak.’” Chapple, has previously showed us Stalin’s Rope Roads, and took us on a trip to Turkmenistan.
Read more.
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Q: The most exotic women to you are _________ because __________
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tierradentro:

Pablo Picasso at work in his atelier, Vallauris, France, 1949. (video)
tierradentro:

Pablo Picasso at work in his atelier, Vallauris, France, 1949. (video)
tierradentro:

Pablo Picasso at work in his atelier, Vallauris, France, 1949. (video)
tierradentro:

Pablo Picasso at work in his atelier, Vallauris, France, 1949. (video)
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Metro
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weandthecolor:

Audrey Tautou Fashion Photography by Ralph Wenig
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wmagazine:

Giovanna in Paris. See more street style here. 
Photograph by Adam Katz Sinding. 
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kieronanthonylewis:

I like this, a lot!