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Breaking news in North London.

Jun 22
Breaking news in North London.

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my participation for upcoming Two Words For, online creative literary & arts publication

Jun 13
rery:

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my participation for upcoming Two Words For, online creative literary & arts publication

at Muswell Hill

Jun 12
at Muswell Hill

homelustdesign:

Girls riding on Sheep by John Drysdale

Jun 10
homelustdesign:

Girls riding on Sheep by John Drysdale

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

New York City, 1958 @ Paul Slade

Apr 27
fuckyeahvintage-retro:

New York City, 1958 @ Paul Slade

mpdrolet:

Piccadilly Circus, London, c. 1960

David Noble

Apr 23
mpdrolet:

Piccadilly Circus, London, c. 1960
David Noble

thedailywhat:

Space News of the Day: Three Exoplanets May Be Life-Sustainable

After four years circling space looking for new planets, the Kepler spacecraft has identified three planets that look like they could possibly sustain life. The first two, known as Kepler-62e and Kepler-62f (shown above, top and middle), are approximately 1,200 light-years away and have estimated temperatures of -3 degrees C (26.6 F) and -65 degrees C (-85 F) respectively. The third planet, Kepler-69c (shown above, bottom) boasts a summer day-like temperature of 27 degrees C (80.6 F). Some scientists think these planets could actually be covered in oceans, but they are unsure if they would be composed of water or some other liquid.

Apr 20
thedailywhat:

Space News of the Day: Three Exoplanets May Be Life-Sustainable
After four years circling space looking for new planets, the Kepler spacecraft has identified three planets that look like they could possibly sustain life. The first two, known as Kepler-62e and Kepler-62f (shown above, top and middle), are approximately 1,200 light-years away and have estimated temperatures of -3 degrees C (26.6 F) and -65 degrees C (-85 F) respectively. The third planet, Kepler-69c (shown above, bottom) boasts a summer day-like temperature of 27 degrees C (80.6 F). Some scientists think these planets could actually be covered in oceans, but they are unsure if they would be composed of water or some other liquid.

at London St Pancras International Railway Station (STP)

Apr 07
at London St Pancras International Railway Station (STP)

minecanary:

Common letters shared between the Russian, Greek, and Latin alphabets

Apr 03
minecanary:

Common letters shared between the Russian, Greek, and Latin alphabets

at Muswell Hill

Mar 19
at Muswell Hill
Breaking news in North London.
Breaking news in North London.

Breaking news in North London.

rery:

〓, pli
my participation for upcoming Two Words For, online creative literary & arts publication
rery:

〓, pli
my participation for upcoming Two Words For, online creative literary & arts publication

rery:

, pli

my participation for upcoming Two Words For, online creative literary & arts publication

at Muswell Hill
at Muswell Hill

at Muswell Hill

homelustdesign:

Girls riding on Sheep by John Drysdale

homelustdesign:

Girls riding on Sheep by John Drysdale

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

New York City, 1958 @ Paul Slade
fuckyeahvintage-retro:

New York City, 1958 @ Paul Slade

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

New York City, 1958 @ Paul Slade

mpdrolet:

Piccadilly Circus, London, c. 1960
David Noble

mpdrolet:

Piccadilly Circus, London, c. 1960

David Noble

thedailywhat:

Space News of the Day: Three Exoplanets May Be Life-Sustainable
After four years circling space looking for new planets, the Kepler spacecraft has identified three planets that look like they could possibly sustain life. The first two, known as Kepler-62e and Kepler-62f (shown above, top and middle), are approximately 1,200 light-years away and have estimated temperatures of -3 degrees C (26.6 F) and -65 degrees C (-85 F) respectively. The third planet, Kepler-69c (shown above, bottom) boasts a summer day-like temperature of 27 degrees C (80.6 F). Some scientists think these planets could actually be covered in oceans, but they are unsure if they would be composed of water or some other liquid.
thedailywhat:

Space News of the Day: Three Exoplanets May Be Life-Sustainable
After four years circling space looking for new planets, the Kepler spacecraft has identified three planets that look like they could possibly sustain life. The first two, known as Kepler-62e and Kepler-62f (shown above, top and middle), are approximately 1,200 light-years away and have estimated temperatures of -3 degrees C (26.6 F) and -65 degrees C (-85 F) respectively. The third planet, Kepler-69c (shown above, bottom) boasts a summer day-like temperature of 27 degrees C (80.6 F). Some scientists think these planets could actually be covered in oceans, but they are unsure if they would be composed of water or some other liquid.

thedailywhat:

Space News of the Day: Three Exoplanets May Be Life-Sustainable

After four years circling space looking for new planets, the Kepler spacecraft has identified three planets that look like they could possibly sustain life. The first two, known as Kepler-62e and Kepler-62f (shown above, top and middle), are approximately 1,200 light-years away and have estimated temperatures of -3 degrees C (26.6 F) and -65 degrees C (-85 F) respectively. The third planet, Kepler-69c (shown above, bottom) boasts a summer day-like temperature of 27 degrees C (80.6 F). Some scientists think these planets could actually be covered in oceans, but they are unsure if they would be composed of water or some other liquid.

at London St Pancras International Railway Station (STP)
at London St Pancras International Railway Station (STP)

at London St Pancras International Railway Station (STP)

minecanary:

Common letters shared between the Russian, Greek, and Latin alphabets
minecanary:

Common letters shared between the Russian, Greek, and Latin alphabets

minecanary:

Common letters shared between the Russian, Greek, and Latin alphabets

at Muswell Hill
at Muswell Hill

at Muswell Hill