1. minutemanworld:

Martha Washington’s mourning jewelry. On the death of George Washington in 1799 she had a snippet of his hair put in this locket. When she died a snippet of her hair was added. 

Mourning jewelry was a fairly common thing in the 18th century though they didn’t always have snippets of hair. Quite often they were images of the deceased. They could also be other things like rings with snippets of hair in them.

    minutemanworld:

    Martha Washington’s mourning jewelry. On the death of George Washington in 1799 she had a snippet of his hair put in this locket. When she died a snippet of her hair was added. 

    Mourning jewelry was a fairly common thing in the 18th century though they didn’t always have snippets of hair. Quite often they were images of the deceased. They could also be other things like rings with snippets of hair in them.

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  3. Frank Ocean | Thinkin Bout You

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  4. highrelease:

    Frank Ocean | Voodoo

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  10. cosmicvastness:

NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day 2014 August 30
The Starry Sky under Hollow Hill 

Look up in New Zealand’s Hollow Hill Cave and you might think you see a familiar starry sky. And that’s exactly what Arachnocampa luminosa are counting on. Captured in this long exposure, the New Zealand glowworms scattered across the cave ceiling give it the inviting and open appearance of a clear, dark night sky filled with stars. Unsuspecting insects fooled into flying too far upwards get trapped in sticky snares the glowworms create and hang down to catch food. Of course professional astronomers wouldn’t be so easily fooled, although that does look a lot like the Coalsack Nebula and Southern Cross at the upper left …

    cosmicvastness:

    NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day 2014 August 30

    The Starry Sky under Hollow Hill 

    Look up in New Zealand’s Hollow Hill Cave and you might think you see a familiar starry sky. And that’s exactly what Arachnocampa luminosa are counting on. Captured in this long exposure, the New Zealand glowworms scattered across the cave ceiling give it the inviting and open appearance of a clear, dark night sky filled with stars. Unsuspecting insects fooled into flying too far upwards get trapped in sticky snares the glowworms create and hang down to catch food. Of course professional astronomers wouldn’t be so easily fooled, although that does look a lot like the Coalsack Nebula and Southern Cross at the upper left …


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  12. money-in-veins:

Cruel life…

    money-in-veins:

    Cruel life…


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  16. “make me feel, i dare you, because nothing
    ever
    does.”

    – inkskinned (via iausi)

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  18. xorecklesslyyoung:

    No Flex Zone Remix x Nicki Minaj

    "but if you’re ugly it’s a no text zone, it’s a no sex zone, it’s a no flex zone"

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  20. 
Taking a break from being tortured by Todd, Aaron enjoys a blue meth donut behind the scenes.
    Taking a break from being tortured by Todd, Aaron enjoys a blue meth donut behind the scenes.

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