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My feet hurt so bad from standing about for so long. Fuuuuccckk.

asylum-art:

fuckyeahmineralogy

1. Chalcopyrite
2. Azurite
3. Chalcopyrite with Quartz
4. Spessartine on Smoky Quartz
5. Fluorite stalactite
6. Dioptase
7. Amethyst
8. Rainbow Aura Quartz
9. Dioptase
10.. Burmese Tourmaline 8.15 ct

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elsimoncabra:

psychobat:

elsimoncabra:

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I felt serious.

*Pop’s voice* Oooh Cereal!

i’m not kidding, i’m super cereal

*Muscle Man* You know who else is super cereal? MY MOM!

Tag(s): #d'aw
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Tanya Dziahileva at John Galliano Fall 2009

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Tanya Dziahileva at John Galliano Fall 2009

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Jessica Stam at John Galliano Fall 2009

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Jessica Stam at John Galliano Fall 2009

tup0ck:

"look Meredith, we both said things we didn’t mean, can you just let me in so we can talk about this?"

tup0ck:

"look Meredith, we both said things we didn’t mean, can you just let me in so we can talk about this?"

(Source: yeahiwasintheshit)

the-next-emperor:

Su Xiu (苏绣) — “Suzhou embroidery is crafted in areas around Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, having a history dating back 2,000 years. It is famous for its beautiful patterns, elegant colors, variety of stitches, and consummate craftsmanship. Its stitching is meticulously skillful, coloration subtle and refined. Suzhou artists are able to use more than 40 needlework and a 1,000 different types of threads to make embroidery, typically with nature and environment themes such as flowers, birds, animals and even gardens on a piece of cloth.A rare subset is Su double-sided embroidery which requires ultimate skill and artistry. The front and back of the piece may have different designs, but the ends are not knotted but woven in so the back can’t be distinguished.”
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the-next-emperor:

Su Xiu (苏绣) — “Suzhou embroidery is crafted in areas around SuzhouJiangsu Province, having a history dating back 2,000 years. It is famous for its beautiful patterns, elegant colors, variety of stitches, and consummate craftsmanship. Its stitching is meticulously skillful, coloration subtle and refined. Suzhou artists are able to use more than 40 needlework and a 1,000 different types of threads to make embroidery, typically with nature and environment themes such as flowers, birds, animals and even gardens on a piece of cloth.A rare subset is Su double-sided embroidery which requires ultimate skill and artistry. The front and back of the piece may have different designs, but the ends are not knotted but woven in so the back can’t be distinguished.”

Source of the text.