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pagewoman:

Ancient Church, Ireland. by babasteve on Flickr (cc)
6th century Glendalough Monastery, County Wicklow, Ireland
 

pagewoman:

Ancient Church, Ireland. by babasteve on Flickr (cc)

6th century Glendalough Monastery, County Wicklow, Ireland

 

tulipnight:

His Majesty by OJeffrey Photography on Flickr.

tulipnight:

His Majesty by OJeffrey Photography on Flickr.

nirmography:

Late Autumn by yanl

nirmography:

Late Autumn by yanl

creta:


Coffee o clock! Coffee date Saturday 🙆☕️

creta:

Coffee o clock! Coffee date Saturday 🙆☕️

wctruitt:

Lumberjacks very sure of their skills - 1912.

wctruitt:

Lumberjacks very sure of their skills - 1912.

todayinhistory:

September 21st 1866: H.G. Wells born

On this day in 1866, the English science fiction writer H.G. Wells was born in Bromley, Kent. Sometimes called ‘the father of science fiction’, Wells is best known for his works ‘The War of the Worlds’ and ‘The Time Machine’. Wells was also a socialist and a pacifist, and his political views colored much of his later work. In 1938 Orson Welles broadcast his radio play of ‘The War of the Worlds’ as a series of news bulletins which led many Americans to fear a Martian invasion. H.G. Wells died in London in 1946 aged 79.


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