Below the waves, Above the skies

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Embleton Bay - Northumberland
by Mark Tierney  (northlightone.tumblr.com)

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Embleton Bay - Northumberland

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The Sea Witch by Adrienne Rozzi // Poison Apple Printshop

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The Sea Witch by Adrienne Rozzi // Poison Apple Printshop


Mythological creatures around the world | Merfolk
Sirens come from Greek mythology and are beautiful, dangerous women who lures sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on their rocky islands. Normally, sirens are pictured as alluring young women that sometimes have the wings or legs of birds. Some people believe the sirens might be cannibalistic and that they devour the flesh of the sailors they’ve, intentionally or not, killed.  
Mythological creatures around the world | Merfolk

Sirens come from Greek mythology and are beautiful, dangerous women who lures sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on their rocky islands. Normally, sirens are pictured as alluring young women that sometimes have the wings or legs of birds. Some people believe the sirens might be cannibalistic and that they devour the flesh of the sailors they’ve, intentionally or not, killed.  

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Armani Privé S/S 2012

gdfalksen:

Armani Privé S/S 2012

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Stephanie
by offsign.nl

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Stephanie

(Source: offsign)

mygloomysunday:

Untitled sur We Heart It.

mygloomysunday:

Untitled sur We Heart It.

Picked at something at the entrance of my ear canal, pretty sure it’s bleeding but I still feel better

ancientart:

The sickle sword of Assyrian king Adad-nirari I.

Dates to ca. 1307–1275 B.C., northern Mesopotamia, 54.3 cm long, and made of bronze.

This curved sword bears the cuneiform inscription “Palace of Adad-nirari, king of the universe, son of Arik-den-ili, king of Assyria, son of Enlil-nirari, king of Assyria,” indicating that it was the property of the Middle Assyrian king Adad-nirari I (r. 1307–1275 B.C.).

The inscription appears in three places on the sword: on both sides of the blade and along its (noncutting) edge. Also on both sides of the blade is an engraving of an antelope reclining on some sort of platform.

Courtesy of & currently located at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, via their online collections.

(via allmesopotamia)

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I saw the ightfacebook
by simonbode.tumblr.com
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(by Anthony Maw)

art-of-swords:

Handmade Knives - Grand Knife

  • Maker & Copyright: David Grahn Hellberg
  • Medium: Mosaic Damascus (blade made by Johan Gustavsson). Handle: Musk Ox forehead, stabilized Mammoth Molar, Mammoth Ivory rear button. Sheath: Rawhide leather, Mammoth Ivory Button

Source: Copyright © 2014 David Grahn Hellberg Knives