exposed became my darker side
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exposed became my darker side
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psychedelicway:

Ian Curtis à Paris (Les Bains Douches) en 1979 - Photo de Pierre-René Worms.
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IC 4603: Reflection Nebula in OphiuchiusImage Credit & Copyright: Rolf Olsen 
Explanation: Why does this starfield photograph resemble an impressionistic painting? The effect is created not by digital trickery but by large amounts of interstellar dust. Dust, minute globs rich in carbon and similar in size to cigarette smoke, frequently starts in the outer atmospheres of large, cool, evolved stars. The dust is dispersed as the star dies and grows as things stick to it in the interstellar medium. Dense dust clouds are opaque to visible light and can completely hide background stars. For less dense clouds, the capacity of dust to preferentially reflect blue starlight becomes important, effectively blooming the stars blue light out and marking the surrounding dust. Nebular gas emissions, typically brightest in red light, can combine to form areas seemingly created on an artist’s canvas. Photographed above is the central part of the nebula IC 4603 surrounding the bright star SAO 184376 (actually 8th magnitude) which mostly illuminates the blue reflection nebula. IC 4603 can be seen near the very bright star Antares (1st magnitude) toward the constellation of Ophiuchus. (via APOD: 2014 July 23 - IC 4603: Reflection Nebula in Ophiuchius)
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theswinginsixties:

Beatlemania!
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jeanjeanie61:

Kay Aldridge & Lorna Gray - 'The Perils Of Nyoka' - 1942
http://www.tikiroom.com
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A Solar Filament EruptsImage Credit: NASA’s GSFC, SDO AIA Team 
Explanation: What’s happened to our Sun? Nothing very unusual — it just threw a filament. Toward the middle of 2012, a long standing solar filament suddenly erupted into space producing an energetic Coronal Mass Ejection (CME). The filament had been held up for days by the Sun’s ever changing magnetic field and the timing of the eruption was unexpected. Watched closely by the Sun-orbiting Solar Dynamics Observatory, the resulting explosion shot electrons and ions into the Solar System, some of which arrived at Earth three days later and impacted Earth’s magnetosphere, causing visible aurorae. Loops of plasma surrounding an active region can be seen above the erupting filament in the ultraviolet image. Over the past week the number of sunspots visible on the Sun unexpectedly dropped to zero, causing speculation that the Sun has now passed a very unusual solar maximum, the time in the Sun’s 11-year cycle when it is most active. (via APOD: 2014 July 20 - A Solar Filament Erupts)
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WE’RE COMING FOR YOUR JOBS AND YOUR FREEDOM NEXT
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greatgdean:

Group of women posing in their swimming costume on the rocks at Tweed Heads 1920’s
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greatgdean:

1930’s Recession fashion
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vixensandmonsters:

Corinne Calvet with Marie Wilson and Diana Lynn 1950
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greatgdean:

Woman getting a tattoo
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heart-shaped-apple:

chess, anyone?
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carrefouretrange:

carrefouretrange:

http://aucarrefouretrange.blogspot.fr/2012/02/exciting.html

Exciting n°1, 1952 (scan)