Keep on smiling

Dec 09
lustik:

The Baltimore Love Project via Savage Habbit

lustik:

The Baltimore Love Project via Savage Habbit

Dec 09
ofallison:

negative space!  also not at all fall/winter colors.

ofallison:

negative space!  also not at all fall/winter colors.

Dec 09
vintagegal:

Happy Birthday Margaret Hamilton
 (December 9, 1902 – May 16, 1985) 
 I was in a need of money at the time, I had done about six pictures for MGM at the time and my agent called. I said, ‘Yes?’ and he said ‘Maggie, they want you to play a part on the Wizard.’ I said to myself, ‘Oh Boy, The Wizard of Oz! That has been my favorite book since I was four.’ And I asked him what part, and he said ‘The Witch’ and I said ‘The Witch?!’ and he said ‘What else?’

vintagegal:

Happy Birthday Margaret Hamilton

 (December 9, 1902 – May 16, 1985) 

 I was in a need of money at the time, I had done about six pictures for MGM at the time and my agent called. I said, ‘Yes?’ and he said ‘Maggie, they want you to play a part on the Wizard.’ I said to myself, ‘Oh Boy, The Wizard of Oz! That has been my favorite book since I was four.’ And I asked him what part, and he said ‘The Witch’ and I said ‘The Witch?!’ and he said ‘What else?’

Dec 09
magicalnaturetour:

shcherbyk
Dec 09
funkysafari:

RHINO DAWN Rhinos once roamed many places throughout Eurasia and Africa and were known to early Europeans who depicted them in cave paintings. Long ago they were widespread across Africa’s savannas and Asia’s tropical forests. But today very few rhinos survive outside national parks and reserves.
What you can do:
Thank Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for Helping to Stop Wildlife Crime HERE
Don’t buy rhino horn products. Illegal trade in rhino horn is a continuing problem, posing one of the greatest threats to rhinos today.
Sign the petition to the leaders of the European Union. HERE
Use and support sustainable wood, paper and palm oil. This helps protect rhino habitat by limiting illegal logging and forest conversion to oil palm plantations. 
Adopt a Sumatran rhino through WWF

funkysafari:

RHINO DAWN Rhinos once roamed many places throughout Eurasia and Africa and were known to early Europeans who depicted them in cave paintings. Long ago they were widespread across Africa’s savannas and Asia’s tropical forests. But today very few rhinos survive outside national parks and reserves.

What you can do:

  • Thank Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for Helping to Stop Wildlife Crime HERE
  • Don’t buy rhino horn products. Illegal trade in rhino horn is a continuing problem, posing one of the greatest threats to rhinos today.
  • Sign the petition to the leaders of the European Union. HERE
  • Use and support sustainable wood, paper and palm oil. This helps protect rhino habitat by limiting illegal logging and forest conversion to oil palm plantations. 
  • Adopt a Sumatran rhino through WWF
Dec 09
platea:

Heart of Universe by M Atif Saeed

platea:

Heart of Universe by M Atif Saeed

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