NATURAL & DAZED
Deep thoughts running through here 24/7 and if you're lucky enough then I might just share some with you. I only surround myself with inspiration. Nothing less, nothing more. Hope you feel loved. x.
NATURAL & DAZED
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bobbycaputo:

Eagle Hunters of Mongolia
Asher Svidensky, a documentary photographer who spends much of his time in Asia, traveled to Mongolia earlier this year with a desire to document the new generation of eagle hunting, a Kazakh tradition. To clarify, no one is hunting eagles. Instead, one hunts with eagles to catch foxes and other small animals. The tradition of eagle hunting goes back hundreds of years and is typically passed down between generations of men. Svidensky writes on his website, “The eagle hunters families live on this side of Mongolia after having migrated between Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia until the fall of communism and closing of all borders.
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bobbycaputo:

Eagle Hunters of Mongolia
Asher Svidensky, a documentary photographer who spends much of his time in Asia, traveled to Mongolia earlier this year with a desire to document the new generation of eagle hunting, a Kazakh tradition. To clarify, no one is hunting eagles. Instead, one hunts with eagles to catch foxes and other small animals. The tradition of eagle hunting goes back hundreds of years and is typically passed down between generations of men. Svidensky writes on his website, “The eagle hunters families live on this side of Mongolia after having migrated between Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia until the fall of communism and closing of all borders.
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bobbycaputo:

Eagle Hunters of Mongolia
Asher Svidensky, a documentary photographer who spends much of his time in Asia, traveled to Mongolia earlier this year with a desire to document the new generation of eagle hunting, a Kazakh tradition. To clarify, no one is hunting eagles. Instead, one hunts with eagles to catch foxes and other small animals. The tradition of eagle hunting goes back hundreds of years and is typically passed down between generations of men. Svidensky writes on his website, “The eagle hunters families live on this side of Mongolia after having migrated between Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia until the fall of communism and closing of all borders.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Eagle Hunters of Mongolia
Asher Svidensky, a documentary photographer who spends much of his time in Asia, traveled to Mongolia earlier this year with a desire to document the new generation of eagle hunting, a Kazakh tradition. To clarify, no one is hunting eagles. Instead, one hunts with eagles to catch foxes and other small animals. The tradition of eagle hunting goes back hundreds of years and is typically passed down between generations of men. Svidensky writes on his website, “The eagle hunters families live on this side of Mongolia after having migrated between Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia until the fall of communism and closing of all borders.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Eagle Hunters of Mongolia
Asher Svidensky, a documentary photographer who spends much of his time in Asia, traveled to Mongolia earlier this year with a desire to document the new generation of eagle hunting, a Kazakh tradition. To clarify, no one is hunting eagles. Instead, one hunts with eagles to catch foxes and other small animals. The tradition of eagle hunting goes back hundreds of years and is typically passed down between generations of men. Svidensky writes on his website, “The eagle hunters families live on this side of Mongolia after having migrated between Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia until the fall of communism and closing of all borders.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Eagle Hunters of Mongolia
Asher Svidensky, a documentary photographer who spends much of his time in Asia, traveled to Mongolia earlier this year with a desire to document the new generation of eagle hunting, a Kazakh tradition. To clarify, no one is hunting eagles. Instead, one hunts with eagles to catch foxes and other small animals. The tradition of eagle hunting goes back hundreds of years and is typically passed down between generations of men. Svidensky writes on his website, “The eagle hunters families live on this side of Mongolia after having migrated between Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia until the fall of communism and closing of all borders.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Eagle Hunters of Mongolia
Asher Svidensky, a documentary photographer who spends much of his time in Asia, traveled to Mongolia earlier this year with a desire to document the new generation of eagle hunting, a Kazakh tradition. To clarify, no one is hunting eagles. Instead, one hunts with eagles to catch foxes and other small animals. The tradition of eagle hunting goes back hundreds of years and is typically passed down between generations of men. Svidensky writes on his website, “The eagle hunters families live on this side of Mongolia after having migrated between Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia until the fall of communism and closing of all borders.
(Continue Reading)
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"The spiritual people will always be viewed by the rest of the world as “crazy”. Pagans, Starseeds, and Indigo’s all have a strong belief in oneness. We all understand that we are one and come from the same source, we understand we are spiritual beings, souls of light temporarily living in a human body. The world views us as crazy for not taking sides and for not hating someone for being who they are, we’re crazy for seeing we all have the same heart and same soul from universal source. I don’t care, let them view us as crazy, let them live in their separated illusion of hate, we refuse to live life on a low frequency of ego, they will never understand us, they will never understand the spiritual people"
Divine Keeylen (via divinekeeylen)
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moon-sylph:

☽ ⁎ ˚ * ☀ Mystique, autumn, nature ✵ ⁎ * ☾
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spaceghostzombie:

Léon (1994) 
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kushandwizdom:

More good vibes here
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dreadpiratekhan:

A Swedish woman hitting a neo-Nazi protester with her handbag. The woman was reportedly a concentration camp survivor. [1985]

Volunteers learn how to fight fires at Pearl Harbor [c. 1941 - 1945]

A 106-year old Armenian woman protecting her home with an AK-47. [1990]

Komako Kimura, a prominent Japanese suffragist at a march in New York. [October 23, 1917]

Erika, a 15-year-old Hungarian fighter who fought for freedom against the Soviet Union. [October 1956]

Sarla Thakral, 21 years old, the first Indian woman to earn a pilot license. [1936]

Voting activist Annie Lumpkins at the Little Rock city jail. [1961]  
(freakin’ immaculate)
Source with more wonderful photos
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mughalshit:

Lady Embraced by Lion
India, Mughal, mid-18th century
Likely opaque watercolors on paper
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ianference:

Climbing through the attic of the long-abandoned Hotel Empire in Sharon Springs, NY, I was surprised to come across this room built out of one of the turrets - the only finished room in the attic, and containing this antique bedframe with a pile of mattresses placed on top of it.  Water damage has caused them to bow in the middle, but this still leaves the question of why they were all piled on a single bedframe to begin with…
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