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picturedept:

Seeing Double: Doppelgangers from Around the World

Since 2000, photographer François Brunelle has been finding complete strangers—often continents apart—who look eerily similar and bringing them together as part of his I’m Not a Look-Alike series. See photos of some of his doppelgänger pairs.

— 4 weeks ago with 963 notes
bygoneamericana:

American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos, after winning gold and bronze Olympic medals in the 200m, respectively, raise their fists in a Black Power salute. Mexico, 1968.
By John Dominis

bygoneamericana:

American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos, after winning gold and bronze Olympic medals in the 200m, respectively, raise their fists in a Black Power salute. Mexico, 1968.

By John Dominis

(Source: TIME, via vintage-visuals)

— 2 months ago with 402 notes
"Stop acting
so fucking wounded.
The only person
that can pick you up,
push back your shoulders,
wipe the tears,
mend the broken bones
and get you out of your slump
is you.
Now go and live,
there is so much to be
happy about."
"Things I tell myself when I feel as though the world is too big for me" - e.m.f.p (via cudah)

(Source: cudah, via happywithhealthy)

— 2 months ago with 95808 notes

guardian:

The coldest city in the world - in pictures 

While the US recovers from the recent polar vortex, in the city of Yakutsk, locals continue daily life in -45C (-49F). Located on the permanently frozen tundra of Russia’s far east, Yakutsk is generally considered the coldest city in the world. Photographs: Amos Chapple

(via npr)

— 2 months ago with 3293 notes
natgeofound:

A man sells goldfish in baggies tied to a tree branch in Beirut, Lebanon, February 1983.Photograph by W. E. Garrett, National Geographic

natgeofound:

A man sells goldfish in baggies tied to a tree branch in Beirut, Lebanon, February 1983.
Photograph by W. E. Garrett, National Geographic

— 4 months ago with 14401 notes
natgeofound:

John F. Kennedy’s coffin lies in state beneath the Capitol’s dome, November 1963.Photograph by George F. Mobley, National Geographic

natgeofound:

John F. Kennedy’s coffin lies in state beneath the Capitol’s dome, November 1963.Photograph by George F. Mobley, National Geographic

— 4 months ago with 7416 notes
lovingmalemodels:

Collin Atkinson by Unbounded By Words Photography 

lovingmalemodels:

Collin Atkinson by Unbounded By Words Photography 

— 5 months ago with 1124 notes