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  3. Jimi Hendrix photographed in London, 1967.

    (Source: babeimgonnaleaveu, via thechildren0fthesun)

     
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  5. pablopicasso-art:

    Two nudes and a cat, 1903. Pablo Picasso

    (via peace-love-hippieness)

     
  6. andreasgaertner:

    Das Auge Gottes. Photograph by Andreas Gärtner.

    (via darksilenceinsuburbia)

     
  7. design-is-fine:

    George Hardie, artwork for the debut album of Led Zeppelin, 1969. 

    The cover ... shows the Hindenburg airship, in all its phallic glory, going down in flames. The image did a pretty good job of encapsulating the music inside: sex, catastrophe and things blowing up. Greg Kot, Rolling Stone.

    (Source: Wikipedia, via darksilenceinsuburbia)

     
  8. (Source: chrisidk, via xxx-mcmxciv)

     

  9. "A glimpse into the world proves that horror is nothing other than reality."
    — Alfred Hitchcock (via blackestdespondency)

    (via genuinethought)

     

  10. "The tragedy of modern war is that the young men die fighting each other - instead of their real enemies back home in the capitals."
    — Edward Abbey (via kushandwizdom)

    (via genuinethought)

     
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  12. truthaboutthebeatlesgirls:

    London Meditation

    August 31, 1967 - Paul and Jane among the Beatles party listening to Maharishi lecture in the London home of one of his followers a few days after Brian Epstein’s death.

    (Source: 5-golden-ringos, via backtowoodstock)

     

  13. the party is over but i cant get sober
    obsession is tearing me down.

     
  14. allmisgiventhoughts:

    Young couple relaxing at the Woodstock Festival, photographed by Bill Eppridge, 1969

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  15. "

    Sometimes before I go to sleep I need to
    take a sleeping pill or my insomnia will
    keep me up at night.

    But I still get this urge to take the whole
    bottle, and I know this isn’t right.

    I just feel like giving up because I don’t
    know how much longer I can fight..

    "
    — i.c. // late night fight (via delicatepoetry)

    (via mmmlh)