All stone Hobbit House in the Cotswolds - abandoned, amazing - more pics, including interior...

All stone Hobbit House in the Cotswolds - abandoned, amazing - more pics, including interior...

Abandoned log home in Wyoming. The five-story home of Francis Lee Smith, an engineer who labored on the house single-handedly for more than a dozen years, in Wapiti Valley, WY.

Abandoned log home in Wyoming. The five-story home of Francis Lee Smith, an engineer who labored on the house single-handedly for more than a dozen years, in Wapiti Valley, WY.

OK, I have a confession to make upfront on this blog post. I’ve shamelessly abandoned all modesty and included my own bedroom in my favourite bedrooms of the year. I know, I know, sounds awfu…

FAVOURITE BEDROOMS OF 2016

OK, I have a confession to make upfront on this blog post. I’ve shamelessly abandoned all modesty and included my own bedroom in my favourite bedrooms of the year. I know, I know, sounds awfu…

YES THIS KEEPS ME UP AT NIGHT

YES THIS KEEPS ME UP AT NIGHT

No seriously, this is a researched thing. When women move into a field in higher numbers, the pay goes down, because we pay women less. Even the men in that field get paid less when more women move in and that's why some men ferociously claim their field is "men only" and attack the women who try to work with them. Most likely if higher numbers of men moved into a "female" field, the pay would go up. (explanation continues in comment section)

No seriously, this is a researched thing. When women move into a field in higher numbers, the pay goes down, because we pay women less. Even the men in that field get paid less when more women move in and that's why some men ferociously claim their field is "men only" and attack the women who try to work with them. Most likely if higher numbers of men moved into a "female" field, the pay would go up. (explanation continues in comment section)

33 more breathtaking and incredible photos of abandoned places - Blog of Francesco Mugnai

33 more breathtaking and incredible photos of abandoned places

Beautiful abandoned places in the world - Imgur

Beautiful abandoned places in the world

i don’t think people understand that people can ‘love’ you and not actually love you. Loving someone like a prized possession is a very different thing from loving someone like a person you care about. http://flomation.tumblr.com/post/162418948428/thefingerfuckingfemalefury-cameoappearance

i don’t think people understand that people can ‘love’ you and not actually love you. Loving someone like a prized possession is a very different thing from loving someone like a person you care about. http://flomation.tumblr.com/post/162418948428/thefingerfuckingfemalefury-cameoappearance

According to Pinterest, more people have abandoned heat in favor of healthier hair. No-heat hairstyles are up 40 percent more in search, while braided topknots, half-up buns, and headscarves are especially popular ways to get this look.

No-Heat Hairstyles That Are Superpopular on Pinterest

According to Pinterest, more people have abandoned heat in favor of healthier hair. No-heat hairstyles are up 40 percent more in search, while braided topknots, half-up buns, and headscarves are especially popular ways to get this look.

For my brother... I see the judgement all over your face. You always had my back and now that it's breaking, you bail. Thanks so much.

For my brother... I see the judgement all over your face. You always had my back and now that it's breaking, you bail. Thanks so much.

Abandoned library? Not sure if this is real or photoshopped, but its a beautiful metaphor. A tree grows in a library. Paper goes full-cycle.

Abandoned library? Not sure if this is real or photoshopped, but its a beautiful metaphor. A tree grows in a library. Paper goes full-cycle.

Just off Route 9 in Yonkers, a half-hour drive north of New York City, the Boyce Thompson Institute is an abandoned agricultural institute where the plants have gone wild. The institute was founded by mining magnate Boyce Thompson, and opened its doors in 1924 with the goal of studying plants - abandoned in 1978.

Just off Route 9 in Yonkers, a half-hour drive north of New York City, the Boyce Thompson Institute is an abandoned agricultural institute where the plants have gone wild. The institute was founded by mining magnate Boyce Thompson, and opened its doors in 1924 with the goal of studying plants - abandoned in 1978.

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