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#NASA #space #northern lights
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detailsdetales:

Amor Vincit Omnia (1601-1602)

Caravaggio

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Vampire Weekend — Diplomat's Son
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#Autumn is here #california
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i monster — daydream in blue
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Today’s edition of Puppies and Sunsets

#my little lucas #romping through the grass at Griffith Park
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Bardabunga

#iceland #volcano #bardabunga
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“You’re only given one little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.” - Robin Williams 
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RIP Robin

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♣ 1 month ago | 687 notes | smithsonian

smithsonian:

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery installed this photograph of celebrated American comedian and actor Robin Williams today in its In Memoriam gallery, a space in which the museum memorializes the passing and celebrates the lives of people represented in the museum’s collection. The photograph was taken for Time Magazine by Michael Dressler in 1979.

♣ 1 month ago | 875 notes | laughterkey | jameshance

jameshance:

"Thank you for believing." (16” x 20” Acrylic / Gesso / Color Pencil on Illustration Board)

Finished - I’ve made a high resolution image available as a free download to print for yourself, or use as you see fit. A donation to either of the below charities (or one of your choosing) would be amazing, but not compulsory - 

The original, framed painting will go up on eBay a little later today - Half of the proceeds will go to St Jude Children’s Research Hospital  which was very important to Robin, and the other half to the American Foundation For Suicide Prevention.

Thank you for your kindness, as always - And thank you, Robin, for everything <3

x

♣ 1 month ago
Richard & Mimi Farina — Mainline Prosperity Blues
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It’s said had Richard Fariña not died so young he could have easily given Bob Dylan a run for his money.


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