The GrEat State
1 month ago

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1 month ago murphylegion:

Rare Colt 45 Revolver. - MINT CONDITION

murphylegion:

Rare Colt 45 Revolver. - MINT CONDITION

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enochliew:

The Great Picture by Jerry B, Mark C, Jacques G, Rob J, Douglas McC and Clayton S

Measures 32.6m x 9.5m and holds the Guinness World Record for the largest seamless print photograph ever.

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1 month ago art-centric:

Picasso, Pablo (1881-1973) - 1938 Woman Sitting In A Garden (Sotheby’s New York, 1999)
Flickr: http://flic.kr/p/hwCXPD

art-centric:

Picasso, Pablo (1881-1973) - 1938 Woman Sitting In A Garden (Sotheby’s New York, 1999)

Flickr: http://flic.kr/p/hwCXPD

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1 month ago raidenmajor:

This is probably my favourite picture on the internet.

raidenmajor:

This is probably my favourite picture on the internet.

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1 month ago powojennymodernizm:

Kenzo Tange, Embassy of Kuwait 1970

powojennymodernizm:

Kenzo Tange, Embassy of Kuwait 1970

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1 month ago collective-history:

Family picnicking on top of a felled Sequoia with their car, 1917

collective-history:

Family picnicking on top of a felled Sequoia with their car, 1917

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1 month ago endlessme:

My new 1971 Ford Bronco…

endlessme:

My new 1971 Ford Bronco…

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1 month ago houkgallery:

Lynn Davis (American, b. 1944)Temple of the Moon, Temple of Awam, Marib, Yemen, 1996©Lynn Davis/Courtesy of Edwynn Houk Gallery

houkgallery:

Lynn Davis (American, b. 1944)
Temple of the Moon, Temple of Awam, Marib, Yemen, 1996
©Lynn Davis/Courtesy of Edwynn Houk Gallery

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1 month ago

warkadang:

Old Photos Show the Daily Lives of Kyrgyz People in Afghanistan 

Part 1 (click here for part 2)

1. A nomadic family gathered around a fire.

2.young woman with her flock in the Pamir Mountains. Poorer families tended the sheep and goats of the richer tribe members.

3. A woman dries “qurut” — cheese curd — in the sun.

4. Men pressing felt, one of the items traded by the Pamir Kyrgyz.

5. Rakhmankul Khan, the leader of the Pamir Kyrgyz, was born in 1913 in the Murghab district of present-day Tajikistan. He fell afoul of authorities in the Soviet Union and was briefly imprisoned and declared an “enemy of the people.” Khan fled to China and later Afghanistan. He was selected by a council of elders to represent the Kyrgyz nomads to authorities in Kabul. Kyrgyzstan is celebrating the 100th anniversary of his birth on November 8.

6. Various milk products are stored in a yurt. The Kyrgyz nomads were relatively wealthy compared with many people in Afghanistan; the trade in animal products allowed them to buy luxury items like radios, watches, and sewing machines.

Photographers: Remy Dor/C. Naumann

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1 month ago vintagenatgeographic:

Kirghiz nomad yurt and herd
National Geographic | April 1972

vintagenatgeographic:

Kirghiz nomad yurt and herd

National Geographic | April 1972

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