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Enigma by LeslieAnnODell.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Enigma by LeslieAnnODell.deviantart.com on @deviantART

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Someday, I just know in my heart, I won't be alone without you. Steffy♥-ley

Onzekerheid

let the balloon go- you can get another one! but not if you end up in another dimension without your arms!!!

let the balloon go- you can get another one! but not if you end up in another dimension without your arms!!!

25 Terrifying Examples of Fright Photography*that hair alone is scary *

25 Terrifying Examples of Fright Photography*that hair alone is scary *

"hello darkness my old friend" by this fleeting life"...more sillouhette inspiration...use clear contact paper and paint a similar apparition onto the sliding glass door!

"hello darkness my old friend" by this fleeting life"...more sillouhette inspiration...use clear contact paper and paint a similar apparition onto the sliding glass door!

Jason was a "biter" as a child, and has remained so to this day.

Jason was a "biter" as a child, and has remained so to this day.

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This museum quality canvas art is painted with vibrant colors and fine details. Gallery wrapped and ready to hang, it is absolutely beautiful and will bring you endless complements. Artist: Isaac Levi

This museum quality canvas art is painted with vibrant colors and fine details. Gallery wrapped and ready to hang, it is absolutely beautiful and will bring you endless complements. Artist: Isaac Levi

Let’s face it: it is sometimes difficult to get high school kids excited about art history–or about anything, really, for that matter–so we always need to be on the lookout for dramatic, exciting, or strange stories to pique students’ interest. The following ten facts work as anticipatory sets, or to weave through art history lessons, …

Let’s face it: it is sometimes difficult to get high school kids excited about art history–or about anything, really, for that matter–so we always need to be on the lookout for dramatic, exciting, or strange stories to pique students’ interest. The following ten facts work as anticipatory sets, or to weave through art history lessons, …

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