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A boy and his owl. National Geographic 1933
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I love this National Geographic image, taking the literal association of birds migrating.

Edger hoped his owl-o-copter would work this time.

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A boy and his owl. National Geographic 1933

A boy and his owl. National Geographic 1933
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Snowlady. Now that's cool.
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timelord-and-fishcustard: bemusedlybespectacled: carolathhabsburg: This is super awesome! Two ladies making an elegant “snow Lady”! 1891 I feel shame for every snowman I’ve ever made it has a fucking LACE COLLAR is this the fucking ice governess

Snowlady. Now that's cool.

Snowlady. Now that's cool.
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