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  1. Bom dia!

    Bom dia!

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  3. Dia!

    Dia!

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  5. fantasiedicoppia:

    le nanne

    *B*

    (Source: effys-photos)

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  7. retrogasm:

1940s kids in New York City being kids

    retrogasm:

    1940s kids in New York City being kids

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  9. Aos que dançam!
vintagegal:

Tamara Geva photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnston c. 1927

    Aos que dançam!

    vintagegal:

    Tamara Geva photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnston c. 1927

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  11. Cereja!

    Cereja!

  12. Atum!

    Atum!

  13. Mostarda!

    Mostarda!

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  18. Noite aos espertos!

    Noite aos espertos!

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  20. rhamphotheca:

Galactic Dust Clouds
Galactic Cirrus clouds billow and obscure the background Universe in this direction. NGC 7497 is seen through partly cloudy skies. These galactic clouds of dust are sculpted by the winds of nearby stars. They are relatively close to us (only hundreds of light years away) and there are few stars in the foreground to hinder of view of them. The color of the clouds is odd due to the fact they are illuminated mostly by diffuse galactic star light.
Image: Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona [high-resolution]
Caption: Adam Block
(via: Wired Science)

    rhamphotheca:

    Galactic Dust Clouds

    Galactic Cirrus clouds billow and obscure the background Universe in this direction. NGC 7497 is seen through partly cloudy skies. These galactic clouds of dust are sculpted by the winds of nearby stars. They are relatively close to us (only hundreds of light years away) and there are few stars in the foreground to hinder of view of them. The color of the clouds is odd due to the fact they are illuminated mostly by diffuse galactic star light.

    Image: Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona [high-resolution]

    Caption: Adam Block

    (via: Wired Science)

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  22. tyleroakley:

A reminder.

    tyleroakley:

    A reminder.

    (Source: ffuckbeingpolite)

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