Daca ai fi cunoscut si tu, macar in aceasta zi, lucrurile care puteau sa-ti dea pacea! Dar acum ele sunt ascunse de ochii tai.

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Thomas Struth - Pergamon Museum, Berlin, 2001

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~   Reinhold Messner (via whats-out-there)

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Old street in Sibiu, Romania by Joel Abroad on Flickr.
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Romanian troops on the way to the front
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sitting in silence with your best friend is actually really nice because youre together and youre just happy to be together even if the both of you are just scrolling through tumblr and twitter because you occasionally point something else to the other person and laugh and maybe talk but youre just comfortable and together and thats enough

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 ”On the set of the film The Mirror, Andrey Tarkovsky included himself in one scene, lying in a hospital bed and holding a tiny bird on his right hand. And this is what happened to him at the end of his life: in his sick-room in Paris, the room where he died, a little bird would fly every morning through the open window and come to light on him.” 
From the book “Instant Light - Tarkovsky Polaroids
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~   Susan Sontag (via blue-voids)

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History meme - HANNIBAL was the leader of Carthaginian military forces who fought against Rome in the Second Punic War (218-201 BC). He almost overpowered Rome, and was considered its greatest enemy. Hannibal’s first military success, in Saguntum, in Spain, precipitated the Second Punic War. During this war, Hannibal led the forces of Carthage across the Alps with elephants and achieved surprising military victories, most famous of which were at Lake Trasimene (217 BC) and Cannae (216 BC). When his generals told him it was impossible to cross the Alps by elephant, his response was, supposedly, Aut viam inveniam aut faciam which means I shall either find a way or make one. However, when Hannibal lost at the Battle of Zama (202 BC) Carthage had to make heavy concessions to the Romans. Some time after the end of the Second Punic War, Hannibal left North Africa for Asia Minor. There he helped Antiochus III of Syria fight Rome, but her was forced to flee to Bithynia where he served as commander of the fleet. In 183 or 182 BC, he committed suicide by ingesting poison. He was at Bithynia, at the time, and in danger of being extradited to Rome.

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