Couldn’t help but repost because I love the tanned skin tone and the color of the top on the skin. Very sexy!!
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Artifacts from the old wharf where slave ships docked. Credit Lianne Milton for The New York Times
Rio’s Race to Future Intersects Slave Past
RIO DE JANEIRO — Sailing from the Angolan coast across the Atlantic, the slave ships docked here in the 19th century at the huge stone wharf, delivering their human cargo to the “fattening houses” on Valongo Street. Foreign chroniclers described the depravity in the teeming slave market, including so-called boutiques selling emaciated and diseased African children.
The newly arrived slaves who died before they even started toiling in Brazil’s mines were hauled to a mass grave nearby, their corpses left to decay amid piles of garbage. As imperial plantations flourished, diggers at the Cemitério dos Pretos Novos — Cemetery of New Blacks — crushed the bones of the dead, making way for thousands of new cadavers.
Now, with construction crews tearing apart areas of Rio de Janeiro in the building spree ahead of this year’s World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics, stunning archaeological discoveries around the work sites are providing new insight into the city’s brutal distinction as a nerve center for the Atlantic slave trade.
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Hippie/ Peace Blog
I love the ocean yet is scares me so. This image reminds me of how I used to be a water baby in Malibu for hours on end and didn’t wanna come out. I may just attempt to do this again one day.
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Unconventional concrete and glass summer house in Mar Azul, Argentina. Designed by BAK Arquietctos.
The seamless glass walls truly make one feel as though they are outdoors, particularly in the bedroom flanked by windows.
This but in Vancouver
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Lovely simplicity. As long as no creepy water creature comes out to devour me, I’m game.
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