This was not a particularly "bad hotel" - it happened to be very close to a bathing place. (BAD in Swedish).

Stripes on the move! Lord Walter Rothschild used this zebra-drawn carriage to demonstrate that wild animals could be tamed. (via The Historical Times)

Thought you couldn't tame Zebras?: Lord Walter Rothschild with his famed zebra carriage, which he drove to Buckingham Palace to demonstrate the tame character of Zebras to the public, early

Vintage CAT Postcard c1910s Antique RPPC Real Photo Cute KITTEN Playing Tiny Piano "Seated One Day At The Organ" Rotary Photographic Series

Vintage CAT Postcard c1910s Antique RPPC Real Photo Cute KITTEN Playing Tiny Piano "Seated One Day At The Organ" Rotary Photographic Series

◈↠❁ Girl sitting on building ledge ❁↞◈

A place where no one could possibly find her and bother her. She sat on the edge of life. Her own personal brink.

Antiguos y extraños inventos que luego quedaron en la nada

Antiguos y extraños inventos que luego quedaron en la nada

View the picture 'Vintage inventions' from the photo gallery of the world's weirdest inventions' on Yahoo Finance Canada . Plastic face protection from snowstorms in Montreal, Canada. Date: (Mary Evans Picture Library/CATERS NEWS)

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***if i only had a giraffe head. A girl wearing a toy giraffe head, by Charles Eames, June

c86:  Ormond Gigli - Women in the windows in Manhattan,...

Girls in the Window by Ormond Gigli, The day before this building on E. was razed, Gigli posed 43 women in formal dress in the windows, some daring to step out onto the crumbling sills while Gigli directed with a bullhorn.

dream // yoko ono

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Photo de tournage de L’homme qui rétrécit – The Incredible Shrinking Man – de Jack Arnold, sorti en 1957

"Incredible Shrinking Man" props, "Stagehands push a pair of gigantic scissors next to men carrying a pencil. These are just some of the props that created the illusion of a dwindling hero for the movie The Incredible Shrinking Man at Universal Studios.

For his book, On The Night Bus, street photographer Nick Turpin took a series of shots of Londoners travelling through the night. Turpin spent two winters at Elephant and Castle, capturing passengers make their way through the night.:

REFRACTION For his book, On The Night Bus, street photographer Nick Turpin took a series of shots of Londoners travelling through the night. Turpin spent two winters at Elephant and Castle, capturing passengers make their way through the night.

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