Photo 22 Oct findmomo:

Pretty much stares at me while driving always.

findmomo:

Pretty much stares at me while driving always.

Photo 22 Oct
via Manboro.
Video 21 Oct

abandonedography:

likeafieldmouse:

Trine Sondergaard - Interiors (2007-12)

Dang, this is nice. 

Photo 21 Oct doyoulikevintage:

1953 International Harvester Woody SUV DSC

doyoulikevintage:

1953 International Harvester Woody SUV DSC

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Photo 21 Oct everydaygun:

http://www.recoilweb.com/friday-night-gun-porn-the-improbable-imagery-of-dave-merrill-48321.html
Photo 21 Oct doyoulikevintage:

1953 Penny Cadillac Sedan DeVille

doyoulikevintage:

1953 Penny Cadillac Sedan DeVille

(Source: specialcar)

Photo 21 Oct process-vision:

1966 Ford F-100
Photo 21 Oct 
Skeletons smoke cigars while attending a dinner party in London, England, 1865

Skeletons smoke cigars while attending a dinner party in London, England, 1865

(Source: sharontates)

Photo 21 Oct habermannandsons:

Scrambler

habermannandsons:

Scrambler

Photo 21 Oct fuckyeahnorsemythology:

Þjazi was a giant, son of the giant Olvaldi, brother of giants Idi and Gangr, and the father of Skaði. He is most remembered for the kidnapping of Iðunn, a story told both in the Prose Edda and the Haustlöng. With Iðunn having been carried off by Þjazi in eagle form, the gods were deprived of her apples, and began to grow old and weak. However, Loki, by means of transforming Iðunn into a nut, managed to rescue her in a dangerous journey ending with the death by fire of Þjazi. His daughter, Skaði, travels to Asgard to seek retribution, and is pacified both by marriage to Njord and the transformation by Odin of the eyes of her father into stars in the night sky.
Image from 18th-century Icelandic manuscript “NKS 1867 4to”, courtesy of the Danish Royal Library.

fuckyeahnorsemythology:

Þjazi was a giant, son of the giant Olvaldi, brother of giants Idi and Gangr, and the father of Skaði. He is most remembered for the kidnapping of Iðunn, a story told both in the Prose Edda and the Haustlöng. With Iðunn having been carried off by Þjazi in eagle form, the gods were deprived of her apples, and began to grow old and weak. However, Loki, by means of transforming Iðunn into a nut, managed to rescue her in a dangerous journey ending with the death by fire of Þjazi. His daughter, Skaði, travels to Asgard to seek retribution, and is pacified both by marriage to Njord and the transformation by Odin of the eyes of her father into stars in the night sky.

Image from 18th-century Icelandic manuscript “NKS 1867 4to”, courtesy of the Danish Royal Library.

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