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  2. scavengedluxury:

    Concrete umbrella. Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 2014.

    (via architectureofdoom)

     
  3. guaizine:

    #GUAIzine goes south!

    #PHOTO by male® #September ‘14

     
  4. retrowar:

    116th ACW tows F-15 Eagle to Warner Robins City Hall

     
  5. retrowar:

    Gas up

     
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  7. britisharmyofficial:

    Paras jump in alongside multinatio​nal partners to mark Arnhem anniversar​y

     

    More than 200 British paratroopers from Colchester-based 16 Air Assault Brigade jumped onto fields used 70 years ago by troops taking part in an iconic Second World War airborne operation.

    In front of huge crowds of approximately 40,000, including more than 50 veterans, a total of more than 500 Allied troops, including Dutch, US, French, Polish, German and Italian soldiers parachuted onto Ginkel Heath near Arnhem yesterday (Sat 20 Sep) to mark the anniversary of Operation Market Garden.

    70 Years ago

    In September 1944, British and American airborne troops landed behind German lines with the aim of capturing a string of river crossings to allow tanks to thrust across the River Rhine in to Germany. However, strong resistance prevented armoured forces linking up with the 1st Airborne Division at the final bridge at Arnhem. Expecting to be relieved within 48 hours of landing, the paratroopers held out through nine days of brutal street fighting before withdrawing across the river. Over 1,500 British soldiers were killed at Arnhem and nearly 6,500 captured, while five Victoria Crosses were awarded.

    The commemorative jump involved troops from every airborne unit within 16 Air Assault Brigade, jumping side by side with paratroopers from other nations who all have links back to the battle.

    (via deutschemark)

     
  8. architectureofdoom:

    Universität Zürich

     
  9. s-h-e-e-r:

    Uzbekistan by bsmethers on Flickr.

    (via airows)

     
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  11. design-is-fine:

    Mario Bellini, Brionvega Totem, RR130 HiFi set, 1970. Italy. Photo: Alberto Fioravanti. Review Domus 494, 1971. Source

     
  12. retrowar:

    Sea Vixen

     
  13. (Source: joshfjelstad, via mocrlbmut)

     
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  15. locrys:

    a dead Lilly pad, flipped over, at an indoor amazon waterlilly pavilion

    (Source: blue-uppers, via mocrlbmut)