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riri-neko:

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HANGING COFFINS

In the Toraja culture, the dead are sometimes placed in wooden caskets hanging from the side of cliffs. The coffins are beautifully decorated with geometrical shapes. But over time the wood begins to rot and the bleached bones of the deceased often become exposed. 

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THE WALKING DEAD OF THE TORAJA

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malformalady:

Cemetery flowers after the ice storm
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malformalady:

Cemetery flowers after the ice storm

Photo credit: photopeter159

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I was prepared, but it still hurt.
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frlcker:

the worst thing ever is when you can feel someone getting bored with you

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