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explore-the-earth:

Guilin, China

explore-the-earth:

Guilin, China

Posted 2 years ago / 104 notes / Via: hijos-del-sol

tiger-tears:

Children in Peru

tiger-tears:

Children in Peru

Posted 2 years ago / 93 notes / Via: hijos-del-sol

Posted 2 years ago / 132 notes / Via: hijos-del-sol

greenorgans:

greenorgans:
Monk walking by pillars at Angkor Wat, Cambodia

greenorgans:

greenorgans:

Monk walking by pillars at Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Posted 2 years ago / 583 notes / Via: hijos-del-sol

Posted 2 years ago / 1,055 notes / Via: wanderlusttt

touba:

A Sino-Arabic calligraphic panel by Yusuf Chen Jinhui, date unknown. This panel features the Arabic text al-hamdu li’-illah (praise be to God) in Sino-Arabic brushpaint (zhong-kai style), with the Chinese translation and the artists’ name and seal on the left. (via)

touba:

A Sino-Arabic calligraphic panel by Yusuf Chen Jinhui, date unknown. This panel features the Arabic text al-hamdu li’-illah (praise be to God) in Sino-Arabic brushpaint (zhong-kai style), with the Chinese translation and the artists’ name and seal on the left. (via)

Posted 2 years ago / 7 notes / Via: cantdobetter

blue-eyed-dumb:

blue-eyed-dumb:


Posted 2 years ago / 308 notes / Via: cantdobetter

fuckyeahtattoos:

What Goes Around, Comes Around 11/25/11 @ x2 Ink, Maryland. 

fuckyeahtattoos:

What Goes Around, Comes Around 11/25/11 @ x2 Ink, Maryland. 

Posted 2 years ago / 331 notes / Via: cantdobetter

fuckyeahtattoos:

I just got this done yesterday(12/4/11) at Irezumi Tattoo Shop in Nungambakkam, India. I’m vacationing in India visiting family and wanted to get something to remember the trip. This is Lord Ganesha, widely known as the remover of obsticles. I also specifically got it on my right arm because one of the traditions in India is to always give and recieve anything with your right hand.

fuckyeahtattoos:

I just got this done yesterday(12/4/11) at Irezumi Tattoo Shop in Nungambakkam, India. I’m vacationing in India visiting family and wanted to get something to remember the trip. This is Lord Ganesha, widely known as the remover of obsticles. I also specifically got it on my right arm because one of the traditions in India is to always give and recieve anything with your right hand.

Posted 2 years ago / 11,712 notes / Via: cantdobetter

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