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cosascool:

The Ghosts of World War II by Sergey Larenkov

Taking old World War II photos, Russian photographer Sergey Larenkov carefully photoshops them over more recent shots to make the past come alive. Not only do we get to experience places like Berlin, Prague, and Vienna in ways we could have never imagined, more importantly, we are able to appreciate our shared history in a whole new and unbelievably meaningful way.

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gwenlightened:

watchmewinthin:

m0ther-medusa:

atop-the-treetop:


oh how the times have changed 

This is definitely worth reblogging.

such a shame we all became

I fucking love this.

I don’t think times have changed at all. I mean, okay, bring on the hate mail, but this is just proof that the media has always dictated what women are “supposed” to look like. Back then, you were too skinny. Now, you’re too fat. Either way, somebody is being body shamed. Yes, times have changed in what the general population deems acceptable. But I think saying that this is what we should be struggling for instead of where we are now won’t get us anywhere. Some people can’t gain weight easily, and others can’t lose weight easily. When we decide to stop fattening ourselves up, or skinnying ourselves down, and just do whatever is healthy for us on an individual basis, I think that’s when we’ll see success.
Every body is a good body as long as it’s loved.

gwenlightened:

watchmewinthin:

m0ther-medusa:

atop-the-treetop:

oh how the times have changed 

This is definitely worth reblogging.

such a shame we all became

I fucking love this.

I don’t think times have changed at all. I mean, okay, bring on the hate mail, but this is just proof that the media has always dictated what women are “supposed” to look like. Back then, you were too skinny. Now, you’re too fat. Either way, somebody is being body shamed. Yes, times have changed in what the general population deems acceptable. But I think saying that this is what we should be struggling for instead of where we are now won’t get us anywhere. Some people can’t gain weight easily, and others can’t lose weight easily. When we decide to stop fattening ourselves up, or skinnying ourselves down, and just do whatever is healthy for us on an individual basis, I think that’s when we’ll see success.

Every body is a good body as long as it’s loved.

(Source: lifeinporcelain)

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