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I'm Kristen. Boston. 21. RN
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unclespellbinder:

HEROES!

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Sometimes I forget how beautiful this are is. Photo taken by: Kristen silva

Sometimes I forget how beautiful this are is. Photo taken by: Kristen silva

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forebidden:

dear-abigail:

sincerelydamaris:

I can see this happening.


Oh. My.-

forebidden:

dear-abigail:

sincerelydamaris:

I can see this happening.

Oh. My.

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disnerd:

do you ever wish you could just stop time for like a couple weeks so you could just sleep and do whatever you want and just get your shit together and then after that time would just start back up again and you wouldn’t have missed anything because you would just pick up where you left off

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lootila:

1840s-1940s: First photographs of Jerusalem

These earliest pictures of Jerusalem were taken ​​in 1844 by French photographer and draughtsman Joseph-Philibert Girault de Prangey (1804 – 1892), who was active in the Middle East. In 1844, Jerusalem was a small town with a population of 15 thousand people on the outskirts of the Ottoman Empire. Remarkably, his photographs were only discovered in the 1920s in a storeroom of his estate and then only became known eighty years later. Girault de Prangey was keenly interested in the architecture of the Middle East, and he toured Italy and the countries of the eastern Mediterranean between 1841 and 1844, producing over 900 daguerreotypes of architectural views, landscapes, and portraits

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carltonschubert:

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carltonschubert:

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