Links I Like #11

Badass women, modern love life, abandoned buildings and summer of love: my favourite things found on the WWW.

Links I like11

Women played an imported role in World War Two. Not just in the factories, where they replaced the men who were now risking their lives at the front. But also als pioneering army pilots, as we learn here: Women Beauties and their Bombers: Meet the “Top Gun” Heroines of WW2.

Smoking, drinking, driving, shooting, flying.. I love these stunning Vintage Snapshots of ‘Dangerous’ Women from between the 1930s and 1950s.

“What if you don’t care for diamond rings? What if you instead prefer dangerously deep water blue sapphires? What if you look better in the color black than you do in the color white?” Sounds familiar? Check out: I’m Not Just Looking For Love, I’m Looking For Someone Who Can Keep Up.

If I could chose one period in the history of mankind in which I would rather live than today, I would choose the late Sixties without hesitation. Love and rock’n’roll are all we need and oh how much would I give if I could travel back in time to be a part of the forever magical Woodstock: 20 Interesting Facts You Might Not Know about The Woodstock Music Festival of 1969.

The only thing cooler than a walk on the countryside is probably to  explore manmade places reclaimed by nature. I am a huge fan of all things Urbex, and this abandoned castle once owned by the Rothschild family in the suburbs of Paris is particularly awesome.

And last but not least: A Pair of Butterflies Photographed While Sipping on Turtle Tears in Ecuador. It’s as beautiful as it sounds and will surely bring a smile to your face.

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