silhouette

Lover's silhouette love photography black and white couples kiss close. You may have to look for a while to see the silhouette image.

baby elephants throw tantrums too. haha

"Baby elephants throw themselves into the mud when they are upset, like a temper tantrum. On a crappy day this made me laugh out loud. I think I might throw a tantrum in the mud as well!

Matthew McConaughey & Kate Hudson

Love them (even though they aren't a couple). Matthew McConaughey & Kate Hudson, Glamour Magazine, February Loved them in How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days!

Matthew McConaughey & Kate Hudson

Love them (even though they aren't a couple). Matthew McConaughey & Kate Hudson, Glamour Magazine, February Loved them in How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days!

Bill Abtey

"Your water?" said the eagle. "I thought water belongs to all creatures on this planet." Amazing picture of an Eagle

Alessandra Ferri in Giselle.

Alessandra Ferri- prima ballerina assoluta, who danced first for The Royal Ballet, then for American Ballet Theatre, and finally for La Scala Theatre Ballet, in one of my favorite photographs of dance and movement ever… is this not the epitome of divine?

Giraffes on the horizon, Etosha NP, Namibia by Mathilde Guillemont

Funny pictures about Leaving Africa. Oh, and cool pics about Leaving Africa. Also, Leaving Africa photos.

Marian Anderson    In 1939, the DAR refused to let Anderson sing in DC's Constitution Hall because she was black. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt resigned from the DAR, and her husband's administration arranged an outdoor concert at the Lincoln Memorial for a crowd of 75,000 and millions of radio listeners. Anderson was the first African American to sing with the Metropolitan Opera, and in 1958 became a delegate to the United Nations.

Marian Anderson renowned contralto and first African American to sing at the Metropolitan Opera. African american history,Black history,history,Mai Style: L'Histoire des Noirs,Once Upon A Time When We W

Jeanloup Sieff, photographer

“ Kim Islinski, top and skirt Martine Sitbon, New York, 1997 Photo by Jeanloup Sieff ”

The only cottonwood tree for miles around is nurtured and protected from a harsh environment by the cool, moist soil found in this unique, teardrop shaped sandstone alcove on the Utah/Arizona borderlands. By John Mumaw

The only cottonwood tree for miles around is nurtured and protected from a harsh environment by the cool, moist soil found in this unique, teardrop shaped sandstone alcove on the Utah/Arizona borderlands. Cathedral in the Desert by John Mumaw.

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