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hakone#7 箱根神社 (by sunuq)

(via odd-zilla)

cultureunseen:

BELLY (1998) - Directed by Hype WilliamsDMXNasHassan JohnsonLouie RankinMethod ManTaral HicksTionne ‘T-Boz’ WatkinsOliver ‘Power’ GrantStan Drayton
cultureunseen:

BELLY (1998) - Directed by Hype WilliamsDMXNasHassan JohnsonLouie RankinMethod ManTaral HicksTionne ‘T-Boz’ WatkinsOliver ‘Power’ GrantStan Drayton
cultureunseen:

BELLY (1998) - Directed by Hype WilliamsDMXNasHassan JohnsonLouie RankinMethod ManTaral HicksTionne ‘T-Boz’ WatkinsOliver ‘Power’ GrantStan Drayton
cultureunseen:

BELLY (1998) - Directed by Hype WilliamsDMXNasHassan JohnsonLouie RankinMethod ManTaral HicksTionne ‘T-Boz’ WatkinsOliver ‘Power’ GrantStan Drayton
cultureunseen:

BELLY (1998) - Directed by Hype WilliamsDMXNasHassan JohnsonLouie RankinMethod ManTaral HicksTionne ‘T-Boz’ WatkinsOliver ‘Power’ GrantStan Drayton
cultureunseen:

BELLY (1998) - Directed by Hype WilliamsDMXNasHassan JohnsonLouie RankinMethod ManTaral HicksTionne ‘T-Boz’ WatkinsOliver ‘Power’ GrantStan Drayton
cultureunseen:

BELLY (1998) - Directed by Hype WilliamsDMXNasHassan JohnsonLouie RankinMethod ManTaral HicksTionne ‘T-Boz’ WatkinsOliver ‘Power’ GrantStan Drayton
cultureunseen:

BELLY (1998) - Directed by Hype WilliamsDMXNasHassan JohnsonLouie RankinMethod ManTaral HicksTionne ‘T-Boz’ WatkinsOliver ‘Power’ GrantStan Drayton
cultureunseen:

BELLY (1998) - Directed by Hype WilliamsDMXNasHassan JohnsonLouie RankinMethod ManTaral HicksTionne ‘T-Boz’ WatkinsOliver ‘Power’ GrantStan Drayton
cultureunseen:

BELLY (1998) - Directed by Hype WilliamsDMXNasHassan JohnsonLouie RankinMethod ManTaral HicksTionne ‘T-Boz’ WatkinsOliver ‘Power’ GrantStan Drayton

cultureunseen:

BELLY (1998) - Directed by Hype Williams

DMX
Nas
Hassan Johnson
Louie Rankin
Method Man
Taral Hicks
Tionne ‘T-Boz’ Watkins
Oliver ‘Power’ Grant
Stan Drayton

(via latenightfreakblog)

fortswinwars:

"Shrouded within the park of Villa Demidoff (just north of Florence, Italy), there sits a gigantic 16th century sculpture known as Colosso dell’Appennino, or the Appennine Colossus. The brooding structure was first erected in 1580 by Italian sculptor Giambologna. Like a guardian of the pond in front of him, the giant is in an endless watchful pose, perched atop his earthy seat.”

(via odd-zilla)