Jul
12
2014
Jul
10
2014
Jun
22
2014

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fer1972:

Amazing Collages by ffoart (Artist on tumblr)

Jun
22
2014
Jun
21
2014

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Jun
19
2014

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Jun
15
2014

Reblogged from islam-hashim :

fer1972:

Human Organs made from Plants and Flowers by Camila Carlow 

Jun
15
2014

dalida - itsi bitsi petit bikini ( remixed)

Jun
9
2014

Asked by ibnmega:

باعتبارك أحد الأصدقاء القدامى والمميزين هنا، جيتي على بالي من يومين وافتكرتك قفلتي الحساب لأني مابقتش بلاحظ ظهورك على الداشبورد.. البوست ده أكد العكس، يا إما أنا اللي كنت نايم ومش متابع كويس :)).. يومك حلو يا سلمى


موجودة بس بقيت باتفرج اكتر , مبسوطة انى جيت على بالك , يومك احلى  

Jun
8
2014

Reblogged from bnglory :

stipha:

Jiru Jiri - Swinging grannies, 1966

stipha:

Jiru Jiri - Swinging grannies, 1966

Jun
8
2014

Reblogged from bnglory :

readyokaygo:

The Palestinian Museum is launching a new project in honour of Pope Francis’s trip to Palestine next Sunday. Banners combining recent media photographs of the Palestinian landscape and its people with Western baroque paintings of biblical scenes will decorate Manger Square in Bethlehem, highlighting the tension between the popular image of the Holy Land and Palestine’s ongoing history of suffering under occupation and oppression.

May
10
2014

“Gamar Badawi” (The Moon Shines) is a beautiful Sudanese song that paints the landscape of the Saharan desert and its golden sand dunes.Written and performed by Jamal Porto, a folk singer who lived at the RAS inn for a few years, the song blends the classical Arabic scale with the Novot tribal mode of North Africa. Jamal longs for his beloved back in Sudan, comparing her to the beautiful moonlight. “The moon shines, so why am I here, stuck with the stars / Sing for a lasting happiness / For the moon, I will travel on Monday / For the moon, I will live in Khartoum.”

May
10
2014
May
6
2014

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zeroing:

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May
2
2014

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