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The Moon sets behind the temple of Poseidon at Sounio 

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i want to live here

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violentmovement:

Yara Khmidan by Zoey Grossman for For Love & Lemons

violentmovement:

Yara Khmidan by Zoey Grossman for For Love & Lemons

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"I’m 70 in basketball years"
Kobe Bryant (via cultureofsports)
alwayztherro:

Sick Kobe Bryant Design

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Sick Kobe Bryant Design

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nbacooldudes:

November 5, 1996: Then the youngest player to ever appear in a regular season NBA game, Kobe Bryant scores the first point of his career at the free throw line in the second game of his rookie season, a 98-92 Lakers win in New York. He finished the night with 1 point and 1 turnover on 0-1 shooting from the field and 1-of-2 from the line in 3 minutes of action.

nbacooldudes:

November 5, 1996: Then the youngest player to ever appear in a regular season NBA game, Kobe Bryant scores the first point of his career at the free throw line in the second game of his rookie season, a 98-92 Lakers win in New York. He finished the night with 1 point and 1 turnover on 0-1 shooting from the field and 1-of-2 from the line in 3 minutes of action.

nbacooldudes:

Kobe Bryant — Los Angeles Lakers

Post 81 bitch

nbacooldudes:

Kobe Bryant — Los Angeles Lakers

Post 81 bitch

thelakersshowtime:

Even with one injury season (2013/14) and playing limited minutes in the first couple of years in the league (1996/97 & 1997/98), Kobe Bryant tops the all-time list of total points scored before turning 36.
Other than consistently putting up 25 per game for 18 years, this spot is mostly due to the fact that he has also played the 2nd most games for players under 36 (Kevin Garnett is 1st), which also causes his points per game average to go down, putting him at “only” number 14 on that list.

thelakersshowtime:

Even with one injury season (2013/14) and playing limited minutes in the first couple of years in the league (1996/97 & 1997/98), Kobe Bryant tops the all-time list of total points scored before turning 36.

Other than consistently putting up 25 per game for 18 years, this spot is mostly due to the fact that he has also played the 2nd most games for players under 36 (Kevin Garnett is 1st), which also causes his points per game average to go down, putting him at “only” number 14 on that list.