My Secret Life

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What holds true and does not change is the beauty of powerful cities, architecture, cars, art, ink, and men. Life is complex, joy is momentary.

Thank you to the original artists, you bring joy and beauty to everyday life and to you for following…
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Royal Tour of South Africa, 1947. The Queen is wearing Princess Elizabeth’s shoes and Princess Elizabethis in stocking feet to visit Rhodes’ grave. The Queen’s shoes were too slippery for the climb.

fortheloveofsantalucia:

Royal Tour of South Africa, 1947. The Queen is wearing Princess Elizabeth’s shoes and Princess Elizabethis in stocking feet to visit Rhodes’ grave. The Queen’s shoes were too slippery for the climb.

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After the 1906 San Francisco earth­quake toppled Agassiz’s statue from the façade of Stanford’s zoology building, Stanford President David Starr Jordan wrote that “Somebody—​Dr. Angell, perhaps—​remarked that ‘Agassiz was great in the abstract but not in the concrete.’”

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After the 1906 San Francisco earth­quake toppled Agassiz’s statue from the façade of Stanford’s zoology building, Stanford President David Starr Jordan wrote that “Somebody—​Dr. Angell, perhaps—​remarked that ‘Agassiz was great in the abstract but not in the concrete.’”

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