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You belong to me.
You taste just as sweet.
Let me love you.
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ssparrowandthewolf:

beautiful things don’t ask for attention — sean o’connell, the secret life of walter mitty

typography by ssparrowandthewolf / photo by thecraziethewizard

ssparrowandthewolf:

beautiful things don’t ask for attention — sean o’connell, the secret life of walter mitty

typography by ssparrowandthewolf / photo by thecraziethewizard

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A Day of Thanks…

ritasv:

I’m thankful for having met you, you brighten my days. I hope you have many, many reasons to be thankful and if you don’t that you soon will!

"He would never regret loving her, though it brought him to his knees with its sweet torture."

A Heart for Milton, A Tale From North & South (via sarah-pete-designs)

This is an excellent fan fic!

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ritasv:

Knight Detail by Tony Jones

ritasv:

Knight Detail by Tony Jones

(Source: flickr.com)

ritasv:

Medieval knight (8) by Chris Vinten

ritasv:

Medieval knight (8) by Chris Vinten

(Source: flickr.com, via tierra-obscura)

museum-of-artifacts:

Armor with Matching Shaffron and Saddle Plates
Date: ca. 1600
Italy

museum-of-artifacts:

Armor with Matching Shaffron and Saddle Plates

Date: ca. 1600
Italy

museum-of-artifacts:

The guillotine blade that beheaded queen Marie-Antoinette in 1793 (at Madame Tussaud’s)

museum-of-artifacts:

The guillotine blade that beheaded queen Marie-Antoinette in 1793 (at Madame Tussaud’s)

museum-of-artifacts:

Armour of Henry, Prince of Wales. Dutch, about 1607

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museum-of-artifacts:

Armour of Henry, Prince of Wales. Dutch, about 1607

please visit

museum-of-artifacts:

Original Guy Fawkes’ Lantern, 1605

museum-of-artifacts:

Original Guy Fawkes’ Lantern, 1605

museum-of-artifacts:

The Cradle of the King of Rome (Napoleon II). Paris, 1811

museum-of-artifacts:

The Cradle of the King of Rome (Napoleon II). Paris, 1811

museum-of-artifacts:

Part of a jousting armour commissioned by Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor, 16th century

museum-of-artifacts:

Part of a jousting armour commissioned by Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor, 16th century

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