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tunabora:

Super into poncho-coats lately #watercolor #pen #brushpen

tunabora:

Super into poncho-coats lately #watercolor #pen #brushpen

— 6 hours ago with 20 notes
softazarashi:

Playing the hero sure was fun while it lasted

softazarashi:

Playing the hero sure was fun while it lasted

— 7 hours ago with 40 notes

tattooedjehan:

*slams fist down on table* I JUST WANT ALL MY FRIENDS TO HAVE NICE HOME LIVES IS THAT TOO HARD TO ASK

(via furfurfrou)

— 8 hours ago with 47090 notes
hargashouseofribs:

Was in town today and I just couldn’t resist. Its so fricken pretty

hargashouseofribs:

Was in town today and I just couldn’t resist. Its so fricken pretty

— 8 hours ago with 34 notes
jaymamon:

Something quick. Most of the stuff I’ve been doing recently has kind of been focused on colors and I’ll just throw little subjects and settings in. 

jaymamon:

Something quick. Most of the stuff I’ve been doing recently has kind of been focused on colors and I’ll just throw little subjects and settings in. 

— 8 hours ago with 497 notes
humansofnewyork:

This woman spoke about how she had been visiting her sister in Juba when the fighting broke out, and had been unable to return home. To make matters worse, she had left her older children behind in her village, because she thought it would just be a short trip. She had not seen them in nearly a year. As I was interviewing her, she kept a very resigned, unsmiling, faraway look on her face, which can be seen in the previous post. But when we finished, my translator asked her what village she was from. When she told him, he pulled out his phone. “I’ve just been to your hometown on an aid mission,” he said, “I can show you photos.” As he scrolled through photos of her village, her expression suddenly changed.(Tongping Internally Displaced Persons Site, Juba, South Sudan)

humansofnewyork:

This woman spoke about how she had been visiting her sister in Juba when the fighting broke out, and had been unable to return home. To make matters worse, she had left her older children behind in her village, because she thought it would just be a short trip. She had not seen them in nearly a year. As I was interviewing her, she kept a very resigned, unsmiling, faraway look on her face, which can be seen in the previous post. But when we finished, my translator asked her what village she was from. When she told him, he pulled out his phone. “I’ve just been to your hometown on an aid mission,” he said, “I can show you photos.” As he scrolled through photos of her village, her expression suddenly changed.

(Tongping Internally Displaced Persons Site, Juba, South Sudan)

— 8 hours ago with 3451 notes
arrancarkitty:

I don’t remember this part of season 3 of Sherlock

arrancarkitty:

I don’t remember this part of season 3 of Sherlock

— 8 hours ago with 3 notes