Janne Robberstad

Janne Robberstad

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Janne Robberstad
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Guide to Rail Travel in Japan Infographic

Guide to Rail Travel in Japan Infographic

1930s gown, Dorothea's Closet archives

1930s gown, Dorothea's Closet archives

Crow and Weasel. Children's Theatre Company. Vicki Smith Set Design.

Crow and Weasel. Children's Theatre Company. Vicki Smith Set Design.

feather soft, natural elements, gentle colors. We need more of these things in our daily lives. The future of comfort. ---Macaw feathers

feather soft, natural elements, gentle colors. We need more of these things in our daily lives. The future of comfort. ---Macaw feathers

Robe de soirée brodée des années 30 Plus

Robe de soirée brodée des années 30 Plus

STRANGE MILITARY DISPLAY - 1915 AUXILIARY REMOUNT DEPOT NO 326, CAMP CODY, DEMING NEW MEXICO - 650 OFFICERS AND ENLISTED MEN

STRANGE MILITARY DISPLAY - 1915 AUXILIARY REMOUNT DEPOT NO 326, CAMP CODY, DEMING NEW MEXICO - 650 OFFICERS AND ENLISTED MEN

american tribes before europeans

american tribes before europeans

wow, this would actually be REALLY helpful! @Julia Nashie, wouldn't it be funny if Father started making house calls? :)

wow, this would actually be REALLY helpful! @Julia Nashie, wouldn't it be funny if Father started making house calls? :)

Brighter than a thousand suns: the eyes of a child that saw the Hiroshima nuclear blast.

Brighter than a thousand suns: the eyes of a child that saw the Hiroshima nuclear blast.

A shell shocked soldier in the trenches during World War One. "I don't know why, but I find this image strangely beautiful. Grievous, but beautiful. I am not sure of the photographer of this piece or the name of the soldier in the photo. I do know that it is the cover image of the book "Broken Men: Shell Shock, Treatment and Recovery in Britain, 1914-30," written by Fiona Reid. If anyone knows the photographer's name, I would appreciate it very much."~Sethaka.

A shell shocked soldier in the trenches during World War One. "I don't know why, but I find this image strangely beautiful. Grievous, but beautiful. I am not sure of the photographer of this piece or the name of the soldier in the photo. I do know that it is the cover image of the book "Broken Men: Shell Shock, Treatment and Recovery in Britain, 1914-30," written by Fiona Reid. If anyone knows the photographer's name, I would appreciate it very much."~Sethaka.