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patrickhumphreys:

Princess Grace in Madame Grès, photographed by Lord Snowdon, 1972.
Aug 19

patrickhumphreys:

Princess Grace in Madame Grès, photographed by Lord Snowdon, 1972.

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historicaltimes:

King George V with a Company of the Grenadier Guards, 1926
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Aug 3

historicaltimes:

King George V with a Company of the Grenadier Guards, 1926

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bienenkiste:

Photographed by Karen Radkai for Vogue February 1962
Jul 24

bienenkiste:

Photographed by Karen Radkai for Vogue February 1962

Jul 23

(Source: sfranciscolover, via youlovelucie)


Grand Duchesses Anastasia, Maria and Tatiana in spring 1917. Maria was still recovering from severe attack of measles and pneumonia.
Jul 20

Grand Duchesses Anastasia, Maria and Tatiana in spring 1917. Maria was still recovering from severe attack of measles and pneumonia.

(Source: imperial-russia, via teatimeatwinterpalace)

Jul 20

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windwrinkle:

Stine Leth
Jul 10

windwrinkle:

Stine Leth

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architectureofdoom:

artthinking:

(vía BLDGBLOG: Buffer Space)

An acoustic buffer grooved into the landscape around Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, by landscape artist Paul de Kort
Jul 10

architectureofdoom:

artthinking:

(vía BLDGBLOG: Buffer Space)

An acoustic buffer grooved into the landscape around Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, by landscape artist Paul de Kort

Jul 10

(Source: spiegel.de, via carminapiranha)

juaniandtheroyals:

Queen of New Zealand Spam ♔→ 1970
The Queen participated in the James Cook bicentenary celebrations and introduced Prince Charles and Princess Anne to New Zealand. This tour saw the first ‘walk-about’ during a royal visit.
In the picture, Queen Elizabeth II is received by a crowd.
Jul 5

juaniandtheroyals:

Queen of New Zealand Spam ♔→ 1970

The Queen participated in the James Cook bicentenary celebrations and introduced Prince Charles and Princess Anne to New Zealand. This tour saw the first ‘walk-about’ during a royal visit.

In the picture, Queen Elizabeth II is received by a crowd.