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wnderlst:

Gorges du Tarn, France | Kevin Lyp-stenger

wnderlst:

Gorges du Tarn, France | Kevin Lyp-stenger

tesdefonceoutesgay:

Que voy a hacer, je ne sais pas
Que voy a hacer, je ne sais plus
Que voy a hacer, je suis perdu
Que horas son mi corazón

paintdeath:

Léon: “Revenge is not a good thing, it’s better to forget.” Mathilda: “Forget? After I’ve seen the outline of my brother’s body on the floor, you expect me to forget? I wanna kill those sons of bitches, and blow their fucking heads off!”
Léon: The Professional (1994)

paintdeath:

Léon: “Revenge is not a good thing, it’s better to forget.”
Mathilda: “Forget? After I’ve seen the outline of my brother’s body on the floor, you expect me to forget? I wanna kill those sons of bitches, and blow their fucking heads off!”

Léon: The Professional (1994)
septagonstudios:

Rlon Wang

septagonstudios:

Rlon Wang

cross-connect:

GIFs by French animator and illustrator Guillaume Kurkdijan

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the-geeky-farmer:

Astronomy Picture of the Day: July 16thThe Moon Eclipses Saturn
What happened to half of Saturn? Nothing other than Earth’s Moon getting in the way. As pictured above on the far right, Saturn is partly eclipsed by a dark edge of a Moon itself only partly illuminated by the Sun. This year the orbits of the Moon and Saturn have led to an unusually high number of alignments of the ringed giant behind Earth’s largest satellite. Technically termed an occultation, the above image captured one such photogenic juxtaposition from Buenos Aires, Argentina that occurred early last week. Visible to the unaided eye but best viewed with binoculars, there are still four more eclipses of Saturn by our Moon left in 2014. The next one will be on August 4 and visible from Australia, while the one after will occur on August 31 and be visible from western Africa at night but simultaneously from much of eastern North America during the day.

the-geeky-farmer:

Astronomy Picture of the Day: July 16th
The Moon Eclipses Saturn

What happened to half of Saturn? Nothing other than Earth’s Moon getting in the way. As pictured above on the far right, Saturn is partly eclipsed by a dark edge of a Moon itself only partly illuminated by the Sun. This year the orbits of the Moon and Saturn have led to an unusually high number of alignments of the ringed giant behind Earth’s largest satellite. Technically termed an occultation, the above image captured one such photogenic juxtaposition from Buenos Aires, Argentina that occurred early last week. Visible to the unaided eye but best viewed with binoculars, there are still four more eclipses of Saturn by our Moon left in 2014. The next one will be on August 4 and visible from Australia, while the one after will occur on August 31 and be visible from western Africa at night but simultaneously from much of eastern North America during the day.

thenorthwestexplorer:

Wahclella Falls Solo Hike

Location: Wahclella Falls Trail - Columbia River Gorge, OR

Date: May 11, 2014

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