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Dont Call Me Cliff

...... things that may have taken my fancy at one time or another.




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phoaties@hotmail.com



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http://phoaties.tumblr.com/

..and there are Triumphs here -

http://triumphbikes.tumblr.com/



Oh yeah, the things I "like" may not be for the most obvious reasons...........
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rhubarbes:

Shippp by Klaus Wittmann.
(via ArtStation - shippp, klaus wittmann)

rhubarbes:

Shippp by Klaus Wittmann.

(via ArtStation - shippp, klaus wittmann)

sssuicidalll:

Depressed
lupoleo:

oxcroft:

// Living Room //// Yoke //// gallery.oxcroft.com //

oh oooooh !

lupoleo:

oxcroft:

// Living Room //
// Yoke //
// gallery.oxcroft.com //

oh oooooh !

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….and YOU’RE not an actual comedian!

(Source: doogiestinson, via lilbruise)

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ragnopinolo:

Venini glass collection

ragnopinolo:

Venini glass collection

(via discovr-beauty)

cabinporn:

Invisible Studio’s workshop near Bath, UK.

Built for $25,000 using lumber milled from the property.

Photography by Andy Matthews.

(Source: workplaydress)

The photographer was set in his ways. A traditionalist, he did not have any faith in digital cameras, no matter how many millions of pixels they were capable of producing today. To him, half the pleasure of photography was working in a darkroom bringing pictures manually to life. He disliked the immediacy of digital cameras—the way you could see a shot seconds after taking it. At heart photography should have a certain degree of mystery in it, something ineffable and elusive, which was why he liked being in a darkroom developing pictures. It was a hands- on process you could not measure or ever replicate exactly. The photograph slowly emerging in its chemical bath was like a woman undressing in front of you—slowly slowly everything was revealed.

—Jonathan Carroll (via browndresswithwhitedots)

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oceanshex:

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l’héritage en couleur by David Revoy: website | deviantart

this is heartbreaking

Wow

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crinxs:

Everyone has their particular charm, that one detail that makes all the difference, can be hair, hair color, skin tone, the way you walk or talk, lips, eyes, the chin dimple.  well, each one finds its charm in small details. 
But You, You have everything! In You, what were simple features, becomes an outstanding remarkable expression of beauty.

crinxs:

Everyone has their particular charm, that one detail that makes all the difference, can be hair, hair color, skin tone, the way you walk or talk, lips, eyes, the chin dimple.  well, each one finds its charm in small details.

But You, You have everything! In You, what were simple features, becomes an outstanding remarkable expression of beauty.

(via hutchierookie)

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