Mrqz
"There's no vestige of a beginning, no prospect of an end." [(Hutton, 1795]
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dip-store:

That feeling \o/
#WeAreDip
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"No hay deseo más sincero, que aquel que se siente en plena madrugada."
Madrugadas, Karina Montero. (via m2karina)
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lamismaqueayer:

intentandoseringeniero:

Por eso es el mejor planeta. Y hay tetas.

y chocolate
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psychedelic-leviathan:

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enter-galactic-love:

enter galactic
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The house of the Eagles (Cuauhcalli) at Malinalco. The City, conquered by Axayacatl in 1476, became a fortress, called the Eagles Nest, on the border of the Purepecha Empire. The Temple, built by Ahuizotl, served as Mexica (Aztec) military religious life and was headquarters for the orders of the Eagle and Jaguar Knights. It is also thought to have been used for complex initiation ceremonies for the young warriors who had proven themselves in the battlefield. 

The house of the Eagles (Cuauhcalli) at Malinalco. The City, conquered by Axayacatl in 1476, became a fortress, called the Eagles Nest, on the border of the Purepecha Empire. The Temple, built by Ahuizotl, served as Mexica (Aztec) military religious life and was headquarters for the orders of the Eagle and Jaguar Knights. It is also thought to have been used for complex initiation ceremonies for the young warriors who had proven themselves in the battlefield. 

The house of the Eagles (Cuauhcalli) at Malinalco. The City, conquered by Axayacatl in 1476, became a fortress, called the Eagles Nest, on the border of the Purepecha Empire. The Temple, built by Ahuizotl, served as Mexica (Aztec) military religious life and was headquarters for the orders of the Eagle and Jaguar Knights. It is also thought to have been used for complex initiation ceremonies for the young warriors who had proven themselves in the battlefield. 

The house of the Eagles (Cuauhcalli) at Malinalco. The City, conquered by Axayacatl in 1476, became a fortress, called the Eagles Nest, on the border of the Purepecha Empire. The Temple, built by Ahuizotl, served as Mexica (Aztec) military religious life and was headquarters for the orders of the Eagle and Jaguar Knights. It is also thought to have been used for complex initiation ceremonies for the young warriors who had proven themselves in the battlefield. 

The house of the Eagles (Cuauhcalli) at Malinalco. The City, conquered by Axayacatl in 1476, became a fortress, called the Eagles Nest, on the border of the Purepecha Empire. The Temple, built by Ahuizotl, served as Mexica (Aztec) military religious life and was headquarters for the orders of the Eagle and Jaguar Knights. It is also thought to have been used for complex initiation ceremonies for the young warriors who had proven themselves in the battlefield. 
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