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mirisprouts:

Holy shit HOLY SHIT #embroidery #needlework #miricraft order a #badge like this for $25!!
o-liviajoy, i did it, i did the thing. IT IS NOT ROUND. I CAN NEVER MAKE CIRCLES. and it’s the first time i do the border thingy and it took so long. DID YOU KNOW people have machines that do that specifically????

mirisprouts:

Holy shit HOLY SHIT #embroidery #needlework #miricraft order a #badge like this for $25!!

o-liviajoy, i did it, i did the thing. IT IS NOT ROUND. I CAN NEVER MAKE CIRCLES. and it’s the first time i do the border thingy and it took so long. DID YOU KNOW people have machines that do that specifically????

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alonje:

Happy weekend to all my friends #analogue #film #filmisnotdead #filmphotography #canonA1 #nikonfe2 #35mm #ishootfilm

alonje:

Happy weekend to all my friends #analogue #film #filmisnotdead #filmphotography #canonA1 #nikonfe2 #35mm #ishootfilm

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livelymorgue:

April 22, 1938: The original Seabiscuit, with his trainer Tom Smith, second from right, and his owner, Charles S. Howard, right, on his way to race War Admiral, a horse who, though a year younger than Seabiscuit, was both Seabiscuit’s uncle and chief rival. (Man o’ War was Seabiscuit’s grandfather and War Admiral’s father.) The match was eventually held in November, the only time they actually raced each other, and Seabiscuit, “the phlegmatic ugly duckling with the lame leg from the Pacific Coast” beat War Admiral with a record-breaking run. Photo: The New York Times

Filed under history seabiscuit horses equestrian racing early 1900s