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Betul
Future fashion designer
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fash-fever:

Sean O’Pry - Hugo Boss Fall 2014 Businesswear
fash-fever:

Sean O’Pry - Hugo Boss Fall 2014 Businesswear
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مغلِ اعظم | मुग़ल-ए-आज़म | Mughal-e-Azam, 1960

مغلِ اعظم | मुग़ल-ए-आज़म | Mughal-e-Azam, 1960
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cute-overload:


The bread king
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baby's first words
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By Pakistani artist Abdur Rahman Chughtai.
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Dalí, Van, PicassoI grew up with themI took out my paints tooAnd came all this way

Dalí, Van, PicassoI grew up with themI took out my paints tooAnd came all this way

Dalí, Van, PicassoI grew up with themI took out my paints tooAnd came all this way
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simhasanam:

China’s Hui Muslim women during Ramadan

The Muslim Hui are an ethnic minority granted significant autonomy and allowed to devoutly follow their religion in a region where Islam thrives. As part of a tradition dating back to the late 19th century and unique to China’s 10 million Hui Muslims, hundreds of female Imams lead all-female congregations in the women’s only mosques of northwest China. 
photographed by Kevin Frayer (x)
simhasanam:

China’s Hui Muslim women during Ramadan

The Muslim Hui are an ethnic minority granted significant autonomy and allowed to devoutly follow their religion in a region where Islam thrives. As part of a tradition dating back to the late 19th century and unique to China’s 10 million Hui Muslims, hundreds of female Imams lead all-female congregations in the women’s only mosques of northwest China. 
photographed by Kevin Frayer (x)
simhasanam:

China’s Hui Muslim women during Ramadan

The Muslim Hui are an ethnic minority granted significant autonomy and allowed to devoutly follow their religion in a region where Islam thrives. As part of a tradition dating back to the late 19th century and unique to China’s 10 million Hui Muslims, hundreds of female Imams lead all-female congregations in the women’s only mosques of northwest China. 
photographed by Kevin Frayer (x)
simhasanam:

China’s Hui Muslim women during Ramadan

The Muslim Hui are an ethnic minority granted significant autonomy and allowed to devoutly follow their religion in a region where Islam thrives. As part of a tradition dating back to the late 19th century and unique to China’s 10 million Hui Muslims, hundreds of female Imams lead all-female congregations in the women’s only mosques of northwest China. 
photographed by Kevin Frayer (x)
simhasanam:

China’s Hui Muslim women during Ramadan

The Muslim Hui are an ethnic minority granted significant autonomy and allowed to devoutly follow their religion in a region where Islam thrives. As part of a tradition dating back to the late 19th century and unique to China’s 10 million Hui Muslims, hundreds of female Imams lead all-female congregations in the women’s only mosques of northwest China. 
photographed by Kevin Frayer (x)
simhasanam:

China’s Hui Muslim women during Ramadan

The Muslim Hui are an ethnic minority granted significant autonomy and allowed to devoutly follow their religion in a region where Islam thrives. As part of a tradition dating back to the late 19th century and unique to China’s 10 million Hui Muslims, hundreds of female Imams lead all-female congregations in the women’s only mosques of northwest China. 
photographed by Kevin Frayer (x)
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importantbirds:


Finch bab! Right after his first flight.

he, the Son, have GAIN the PIOLET LICENSE.  Going us throw the PARTY and now he can FLY us to a BAHAMA
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