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Funny pictures about Breaking The Water Surface Tension. Oh, and cool pics about Breaking The Water Surface Tension. Also, Breaking The Water Surface Tension photos.

Shake it off !!.......... .. .   ....  by tina: Photography

Dogs mid-shake - So, this is pretty spectacular. Some of these look almost as crazy as the "Dogs Underwater" shots. Dogs and their ridiculous faces.

2015: Het jaar van vulkanische activiteit Het is een bijzonder bewogen jaar voor vulkanen over de hele wereld geweest. Van de naar schatting 1500 actieve vulkanen, zijn er ca. 50 uitgebarsten.

"The year in pictures" CNN Mount Sinabung volcano shooting ash during eruption in Karo, Indonesia

rowing gig - Google Search

rowing gig - Google Search

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Funny pictures about Harsh Life Lesson. Oh, and cool pics about Harsh Life Lesson. Also, Harsh Life Lesson photos.

The cutest and most unlikely animal friendship you'll see - Adventure of Dog and her Ele-friend. #dog #elephant #animals

The cutest and most unlikely animal friendship you'll see.

Elephant plays fetch with her puppy pal This is so awesome. If a dog and an elephant can be friends then "why can't we all get along"

did you know? I sure did!! Saw a lot of this when Billy and I flew to Alabama last summer! scary when you're up there trying to dodge them!

did you know? Saw a lot of this when Billy and I flew to Alabama last summer! scary when you're up there trying to dodge them!<<did billy enjoy seeing Zeus's reign? Only posting ont his board bc of this comment btw

Famous Photographers And Their Most Iconic Images | Photographer: Mark Seliger - “Originally an inside opener for Rolling Stone cover story of Nirvana in conjunction with the release of In Utero, my first Polaroid (with Negative) was by far the most emotional and revealing of his spirit. Two months later Kurt died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head. This photograph became the memorial RS cover.”

Mark Seliger holding his iconic photograph of Kurt Cobain, taken two months before his death for Rolling Stone.

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