Oh Sunshine!
21 female, London.
Absolutely intense, easily amused, but remember, ice cream cures all vices. That, and red velvet cupcakes.

Enjoys the works of Yann Martel, Chuck Palahniuk, Haruki Murakami, Audrey Kawasaki.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/alexandraang
Oh Sunshine!
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wolverxne:

Misty Morning in Bagan, Myanmar | by: { Zay Yar Lin }
wolverxne:

Misty Morning in Bagan, Myanmar | by: { Zay Yar Lin }
wolverxne:

Misty Morning in Bagan, Myanmar | by: { Zay Yar Lin }
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tastefullyoffensive:

[bluechaircomics/via webtoons]
tastefullyoffensive:

[bluechaircomics/via webtoons]
tastefullyoffensive:

[bluechaircomics/via webtoons]
tastefullyoffensive:

[bluechaircomics/via webtoons]
tastefullyoffensive:

[bluechaircomics/via webtoons]
tastefullyoffensive:

[bluechaircomics/via webtoons]
tastefullyoffensive:

[bluechaircomics/via webtoons]
tastefullyoffensive:

[bluechaircomics/via webtoons]
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mineralists:

Shiny silver Dyscrasite crystals with Allergentum in Calcite from Morocco
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after a miserable night of camping in the rain, woke up to this. (newfoundland, canada)
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asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba 
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba 
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba 
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba 
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba 
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba 
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba 
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba 
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba 
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba 
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
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aquaticwonder:

Penique Productions
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Met up with this lovely mrs! It’s always wonderful to be around happy and vibrant people that just exude positive energy like she does. #meetup #friends #happy
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I’ve never had a manicure before mostly because sports makes no room for the opportunity to have pretty nails, it was always #DIY. So my nails may look horrible but not from far! 😂😂 #sorrynotsorry #nomanicure #nails #ringenvy #neversaynever