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strategiczergface:

fnhfal:

French Resistance

I aspire to that level of bandoleer game

theunderestimator:

Early `80s Finnish hardcore punks.

(…photos courtesy of kaiju-kaj, who was kind enough to submit this awsome stuff capturing moments from the everyday life of genuine hardcore punks in Finland of the early `80s, for my early-`80s-european-punk-scene project. What makes these documents even more valuable and amazing, is the fact that they`re part of kaiju-kaj`s family photo archive and infact it`s kaiju-kaj`s beautiful mom in photos 3, 4, 6 & 10, kaiju-kaj`s dad, singer of harcore punk band W.D.M., in photos 5 & 6 and kaiju-kaj`s uncle in photo 7, a true punk at a really young age!…)

For early `80s German punks, press 1.

For early `80s Italian punks, press 2.

For early `80s UK punks, press 3.

For early `80s French punks, press 4.

For early `80s Dutch punks, press 5.

For early `80s Swedish punks, press 6

For early `80s Greek punks, please hold…

zondvloed:

Cases of leprosy. Manila, Philippines, 1899.

protest-to-survive:

AMEBIX

slim-pickins:

Yonahlossee Salamander, Plethodon yonahlossee

Photo by Mike Martin

distant-traveller:

Crescent Mimas

A thin sliver of Mimas is illuminated, the long shadows showing off its many craters, indicators of the moon’s violent history.

The most famous evidence of a collision on Mimas (246 miles, or 396 kilometers across) is the crater Herschel that gives Mimas its Death Star-like appearance.

This view looks toward the anti-Saturn hemisphere of Mimas. North on Mimas is up and rotated 40 degrees to the right. The image was taken in visible light with the Cassini spacecraft narrow-angle camera on May 20, 2013.

The view was acquired at a distance of approximately 100,000 miles (200,000 kilometers) from Mimas and at a Sun-Mimas-spacecraft, or phase, angle of 130 degrees. Image scale is 4,000 feet (1 kilometer) per pixel.

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

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cyclopean:

crowd shots on Flickr.

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