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Mando/21/Texas

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deadatbirth666:

motionjessinwhite:

if I don’t reblog this assume I’m dead


Seriously ^^

deadatbirth666:

motionjessinwhite:

if I don’t reblog this assume I’m dead

Seriously ^^

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tarkowski:

Mads Mikkelsen in Valhalla Rising

tarkowski:

Mads Mikkelsen in Valhalla Rising

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mymodernmet:

High in the Italian alps, within the famous mountain range called the Dolomites, separating the Funes valley from the Gardena valley, sit the breathtaking Odle mountains. The Dolomites were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in August 2009, and have been called some of the most beautiful mountain landscapes found anywhere in the world with its sheer cliffs, vertical walls, and deep valleys.

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nathansummers:

Gold

This is probably one of the best posts I’ve ever seen

littlerosedark:

nathansummers:

Gold

This is probably one of the best posts I’ve ever seen

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s-c-i-guy:

Laramidia
Laramidia was an island continent that existed during the Late Cretaceous period (99.6–66 Ma), when the Western Interior Seaway split the continent of North America in two. In the Mesozoic era Laramidia was an island land mass separated from Appalachia to the east by the Western Interior Seaway. The seaway eventually shrank, split across the Dakotas, and retreated towards the Gulf of Mexico and the Hudson Bay. The masses joined to unite the North American continent.
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s-c-i-guy:

Laramidia

Laramidia was an island continent that existed during the Late Cretaceous period (99.6–66 Ma), when the Western Interior Seaway split the continent of North America in two. In the Mesozoic era Laramidia was an island land mass separated from Appalachia to the east by the Western Interior Seaway. The seaway eventually shrank, split across the Dakotas, and retreated towards the Gulf of Mexico and the Hudson Bay. The masses joined to unite the North American continent.

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