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yutaiguchi: 【少女礼讃_2207】 #写真 #photo #少女 #girl #shoujo #少女礼讃 #shoujo_raisan #in_praise_of_girls #ポートレート #portrait #japanesegirl #ガールズフォト #girlsphoto #lovers_nippon_portrait #good_portraits_world #人像 #femaleportrait #portraitphotography #メガネ女子 #glassesgirl (via 少女礼讃 Instagram image taken at 2019-09-16T07:20:06-04:00)
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bakasuka9: 吉岡里帆 | 日刊SPA!
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awed-frog: somethingdnd: brunhiddensmusings: pochowek: pondwitch: tyloriousrex: chrissongzzz: So how do they make that? This just raises more questions for me 🤦🏾‍♂️ what the FUCK this is whats called a ‘coffer dam’, you basically build some walls, drop them in the water, tie them together, and then pump out the water from your new hole in the water so you can build while staying dry its oddly not that hard- the flippin ROMANS were able to do it with logs and mud occasionally particularly devious people would use this to hide treasure or tombs underneath the river so its not only impossible to find but impossible to get to without an engineer division that last part gives me ideas for campaigns “Not that hard - the ROMANS were able to do it” - people seriously underestimate how advanced some ancient cultures were and the organized effort it takes to come up with something like this and actually implement it. The Romans had heated floors, glass windows and ceilings that could be rotated to reflect what you were eating (forests for game, sea landscapes for fish). Hell, the Greeks built cameras and moving robots. The Minoans, who lived four thousands years ago and were wiped out by a tsunami three times as powerful as the one which devasted Japan in 2011, had running water and modern toilets. And let’s not get into how China basically invented everything centuries before anyone else. Bottom line: just because someone was already doing it thousands of years ago, doesn’t mean it’s not very difficult and an extraordinary feat of engineering.
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sakamichi-steps: 藤吉夏鈴 × BUBKA 2019年8月号 #オフショット
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i-love-girls: deepbluetomato: あまつぱんつ姫 <あまつ様>ね。
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regulus-syc: 吉田凜音さんのツイート: “この間の新幹線の中のあたし🚄 https://t.co/FrBZ3cp6kb”
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furtho: Benjamin Lee’s aerial photograph of the Takaosan Interchange, Hachioji, Japan (via here)
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nwashy: kagurazakaundergroundresistance: gkojax: 00a: reretlet: 【3次元】着衣尻画像スレ カナ速
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yodaprod: Sony Solar Battery BPT-36 (1984)
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the-other-side-of-summer: 真野恵里菜
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i4: JKの見えそうで見えないミニスカートが最高すぐるwwwwwww : パンピログ - 素人写真館
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aimmmh3: https://twitter.com/enako_cos
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dakara-dekira: 百川晴香
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dakara-dekira: #吉田早希
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dakara-dekira: #吉田早希
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norick: 黒マリオさんはTwitterを使っています: “修羅の国はATMも強気 http://t.co/0sLc83IVAJ”
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giga-kojimblr: Natsumi Hirajima,平嶋夏海 夏の休息【Blu-ray】 [ 平嶋夏海 ]