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foxsoccer:

Germany’s World Cup parade

marvellra:

Ben Howard + surfing.

T here’s a couple of waves back home that I love but I rarely get to see them anymore. Had some really good surfs in the North East recently. Fucking cold but some cracking waves shared with some of the nicest people I’ve ever met. Starting to realize that the company’s almost as important as the waves.”

(via dailybenhowardblog)

katbush:

Morning type. #Hipstelvetica

katbush:

Morning type. #Hipstelvetica

(Source: katbushdesign, via travelling-vibes)

straaahlekind:

“Maybe you were the ocean, when I was just a stone.”

(via dailybenhowardblog)

foxsoccer:

Bayern Munich celebrate in style

( T H E  T I T A N S )
"She [Gaia the Earth] lay with Ouranos (Sky) and bare deep-swirling Okeanos, Koios and Krios and Hyperion and Iapetos, Theia and Rhea, Themis and Mnemosyne and gold-crowned Phoibe and lovely Tethys. After them was born Kronos the wily, youngest and most terrible of her children." - Hesiod
(requested by the lovely asriels)
EDITED VERSION

(Source: tanaquil, via theancientworld)

allthingseurope:

Bavarian Alps, Germany (by Dennis_F)

allthingseurope:

Bavarian Alps, Germany (by Dennis_F)

theancientworld:

hellas-inhabitants:

Archaeological site of Eleusis, one of the most important in Greece, is only half an hour from the center of Athens.

Eleusis is the place where the cult of the goddess Demeter existed for many centuries and where the most famous religious festival, called the Eleusinian mysteries, were performed in the honor of this deity.
The sanctuary and its cult have roots in the Mycenaean period (1500 - 1425 BCE). The ritual was originally local and it probably an agrarian aspect. The Athenians established this cult as Panhellenic during the period of Peisistratus. It flourished under the Romans until the proscription of the cult by Theodosius and the destruction of the sanctuary by the Goths about 400 AD.
"Eleusis." Encyclopedia Mythica from Encyclopedia Mythica Online.

This is the type of stuff I wanna see for the rest of my life in a job.

theancientworld:

hellas-inhabitants:

Archaeological site of Eleusis, one of the most important in Greece, is only half an hour from the center of Athens.

Eleusis is the place where the cult of the goddess Demeter existed for many centuries and where the most famous religious festival, called the Eleusinian mysteries, were performed in the honor of this deity.

The sanctuary and its cult have roots in the Mycenaean period (1500 - 1425 BCE). The ritual was originally local and it probably an agrarian aspect. The Athenians established this cult as Panhellenic during the period of Peisistratus. It flourished under the Romans until the proscription of the cult by Theodosius and the destruction of the sanctuary by the Goths about 400 AD.

"Eleusis." Encyclopedia Mythica from Encyclopedia Mythica Online.

This is the type of stuff I wanna see for the rest of my life in a job.

woodendreams:

(by Tom Fluegge)