Jaska Jyrämö
Muita ideoita: Jaska
"no one's lived in there for years. not since the first family." "what happened to them?" "they never came out."

"no one's lived in there for years. not since the first family." "what happened to them?" "they never came out."

"Finlandia to arms against tyranny!", Artist: John Hassall 1868-1948). Publisher: London: J. Weiner Ltd., ca. 1939-1945. ( Pritzker Military Museum & Library) - pin by Paolo Marzioli

"Finlandia to arms against tyranny!", Artist: John Hassall 1868-1948). Publisher: London: J. Weiner Ltd., ca. 1939-1945. ( Pritzker Military Museum & Library) - pin by Paolo Marzioli

“Children of Ozark Mountaineer” Not from the brittle orchards: barren gardens: Dog-run houses with the broken windows: Hen-shat houseyards where the children huddle Barefoot in winter: tiny in too big rags: Fed on porkfat: corn meal: cheap molasses:  Fed on famine rations out of fields Where grass grew taller than a child could touch once Archibald MacLeish, Land of the Free, 1938

“Children of Ozark Mountaineer” Not from the brittle orchards: barren gardens: Dog-run houses with the broken windows: Hen-shat houseyards where the children huddle Barefoot in winter: tiny in too big rags: Fed on porkfat: corn meal: cheap molasses: Fed on famine rations out of fields Where grass grew taller than a child could touch once Archibald MacLeish, Land of the Free, 1938

Children of a disabled coal miner stand in the doorway of their Appalachian home in the early 1930's by Jack Corn

Children of a disabled coal miner stand in the doorway of their Appalachian home in the early 1930's by Jack Corn

Little boy meets André the Giant, 1970s.

Little boy meets André the Giant, 1970s.

Determination

Determination

Staircase in the woods

Staircase in the woods

A boy left his bike chained to a tree when he went away to war in 1914. He never returned, leaving the tree no choice but to grow around the bike. Incredible that this bike has been there for 98 years now!

A boy left his bike chained to a tree when he went away to war in 1914. He never returned, leaving the tree no choice but to grow around the bike. Incredible that this bike has been there for 98 years now!

Beatlemania / Buckingham Palace (1965)

Beatlemania / Buckingham Palace (1965)