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    kinyo666:

    Forest Of Pipe Organ Summer Version is confirmed to be available in 3 colors, white, blue trans white, black trans white. 

    JSK and OP available 

    The last picture is the example of the sample dress, for your reference to the fabric material and thickness. 

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    addicted-to-black:

Addicted to Black-ATB

    addicted-to-black:

    Addicted to Black-ATB

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    spells-of-life:

    Bannerman’s castle, Abandoned military surplus warehouse, Pollepel Island, Hudson River, New York, USA. Color here.

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    gasoline-station:

    Deborah Turbeville “Unseen Versailles”

    (Source: lejournaldelaphotographie.com)

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    asylum-art:

    The Beauty Of Wat Rong Khun Temple

    Wat Rong Khun temple is unique in that it was built entirely in white with reflection triggering of luminous glass mosaic mirrors embedded in the white plaster. The temple is an idea Mr Chalermchai Kositpipat, one of Thailand’s most famous artists, who wanted to build a temple all in white to signify the purity of the Buddha. It’s a Buddhist temple located in Northern Thailand just outside the city of Chiang Rai. The artist continues to puts his religious beliefs and his desire to enrich Buddhism in Thailand into the design of contemporary art. Construction of the White Temple is Khun Chalemchai master work, which he described as an offering to the Buddha and his beloved country

    This temple designed by the architect in 1997 by the former a former painter, Chalermchai Kositpipat, stunning temples are such that with a combination of traditional Thai architecture and surrealism or fantasy

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    faadeaway:

    instagram: @zombimeow

    (Source: slorenax)

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    art-of-swords:

    Presentation Sword for General Joaquín Sinforiano de Jesús Crespo Torre

    • Dated:  third quarter of the 19th Century
    • Place of Origin: Venezuela
    • Measurements: overall length 94 cm

    The sword features a straight, double-edged blade of fine Damascus steel, triangular section, hexagonal toward the tip, the rectangular one finely engraved and gilt on blue ground with dedication "A. SCHRIEVER AL GENERAL J. CRESPO EN MUESTRA DE ADMIRACION" among floral motifs on a side, and Venezuela coat of arms among floral motifs on the other.

    At the back lies the name of the German manufacturer "WEYERSBERG, KIRSCHBAUM & CO. SOLINGEN", on a marked tang. The beautiful, gilt bronze hilt is richly pierced shell-guard with Venezuela coat of arms at the centre, counter-valve pierced with leaves, at the guard the in-he-round of a winged goddess, the head of a gryphon at the upper edge.

    The pommel comes with the monogram “JC” as for Joaquin Crespo, decorated with cherubs and laurels. The metallic grip is partially blackened and at the front features the effigy of the war goddess. The sword is presented in its leather scabbard, which is damaged, but still has its gilt bronze mounts, richly pierced and belt hooks in the shape of Medusa’s head. The scabbard also has three suspension rings.

    Sidenotes:

    1. Joaquín Sinforiano de Jesús Crespo Torres (22 August 1841 – 16 April 1898) was a politician, soldier, and a member of the Great Liberal Party of Venezuela.
    2. He was also the President of Venezuela from 1884 to 1886 and again from 1892 to 1898. He probably received this sword when he was nominated Chief of Staff.

    Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

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    (Source: sunass)

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