Fikri Al-Ghiffari

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2,059 Likes, 48 Comments - Patrik Paulinyi (@patrikpaulinyi) on Instagram: “Taking a 4-hour-long hike to sleep in this kind of a hotel with this view in -10'C was definitely…”

the prologue opened with the long boats coming into shore. http://www.katharinewibellbooks.com/

A glance over the shoulder a whisper in the mist, an echo through the trees. Spirit travelers, shamans and tricksters. As surely as his paddle slices the surface, he knows he is not alone. Poem by Wintercove Paddler in the early morning mist.

Un enfant joue dans les déchets d'une tannerie avant que ceux-ci ne soient transformés en alimentation pour volaille à Dhaka (Bangladesh), le 9 octobre 2012. ANDREW BIRAJ / REUTERS

A child jumps on the waste products that are used to make poultry feed as she plays in a tannery at Hazaribagh in Dhaka October REUTERS-Andrew Biraj

Everything. Everything she believed was unraveling before her. Smoke and mirrors, abra cadabra, poof.

Jackie's Book of Fire. This book is filled dark magic. Jackie is still learning how to control her powers and how to contain them within spells. She doesn't really pick up this book because it could turn her into a Dark Witch.

1994

"Kevin Carter’s Pulitzer Prize winning photo taken in 1994 during the Sudan famine. The picture depicts a famine stricken child being stalked by a vulture. The child is crawling towards a United Nations food camp, located a kilometer away.

Child soldiers, Central African Republic

war- a kid with empty bullet shells. what is left behind. the bullet shells and the young kids who survive these wars and are left to rebuild their lives in suffering

wedding photography by Kari Anna Photography

On your wedding day you will probably do the typical wedding photography, but there is so many cute little ideas that people forget about and then regret not looking into it more.