metalonmetalblog:

Maximilian Pirner (1854 – 1929)
travelthisworld:

Sognefjord, Norway | by Dankish
thetygre:

Kaiju Design Challenge entry by juliedillon
mariamism:

Henriette Sennenvaldt from the Danish band Under Byen.
by Mariam Zakarian
thevoicewithoutaface:

+200 Comments: Still alive in Istanbul (by Pakueye)
travelingcolors:

Istanbul | Turkey

atlasobscura:

Juliet’s Balcony -Verona, Italy

Even though Juliet Capulet is a fictional character created by Shakespeare, millions worship her as a love goddess. Every year tourists from around the globe flock to Verona just to see the balcony where she was wooed by her Romeo.

The balcony belongs to the aptly named La Casa di Giulietta, or House of Juliet, the former home of the Cappello family and the inspiration for the Capulets. Love-struck couples linger in the garden, pose for pictures on the balcony, or attach letters filled with sweet nothings to the walls. For good luck, many like to cop a feel off the bronze statue of Juliet, specifically her right breast, which has resulted in it developing a beautiful patina.

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mikedugeniohansen:

The Nykredit Bank, commonly known as The Crystal, by Schmidt Hammer Lassen
Chaos in the city
Opaque  by  andbamnan