touika: Detail of Almond Blossom. 1980. Vincent van Gogh.









touika:

Detail of Almond Blossom. 1980. Vincent van Gogh.

randomslasher: thecutestcatever: hardtosaythesethings: the-red-…



randomslasher:

thecutestcatever:

hardtosaythesethings:

the-red-paladins:

bug-step:

Lmfao

This post honestly keeps getting better

wehadfacesthen: France, 1964, photo by Yves Troispoux



wehadfacesthen:

France, 1964, photo by Yves Troispoux

duncan-shepherd: 30 years after the Chernobyl Nuclear Power…









duncan-shepherd:

30 years after the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station incident, the hastily discarded uniforms of the first responders to the fire continue to release dangerous amounts of radiation. Protected from the elements, the clothing pile in the basement of Pripyat Hospital no. 126 is regarded as one of the most radioactive places on earth.


CHERNOBYL (2019)

enrique262: Stray dogs at Chernobyl’s New Containment…



enrique262:

Stray dogs at Chernobyl’s New Containment Building. 

Workers are instructed to stay away from them and not to pet them, as having been born and raised in the Zone of Alienation they’re considered highly dangerous due to radiation, but according to reports the workers have disregarded these instructions and actively care for them.

“This is supposed to be fun” It was fun until someone decided that stalking SC and taking pictures of them would be a good idea. Why are people not more angry about this? It’s a disgusting invasion privacy that they don’t ‘deserve’ – no matter what some anons seem to think. The ramifications of this could be huge. Their Privacy and safety are now compromised. This should never have happened and people shouldn’t be celebrating it

I understand what you’re saying, all certainly valid, but any ramifications involving their privacy and safety have been compromised long before now. Those went down the tubes the day their addresses were made public. We have no business knowing such things, but we do, and this is the result. The property was not identifiable from these pictures. I did feel a bit uncomfortable seeing those pictures but then am I a hypocrite because I don’t feel the same level of discomfort looking at that shot today of Cait and Tony? Do they mean for us to know that it’s staged? Or are they saying they’re okay with having people snap pictures of them when they’re just living their lives?

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