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from The Orange County Register

Orange preparing to party for 125th birthday

An eyesore. That's what the intersection of Chapman and Glassell was back in the 1870s. Ranchers left horses, sheep and chickens there while getting supplies. Merchants put in water troughs for the animals. By 1886, however, the townsfolk had enough of those squawking chickens and smelly sheep. They outlawed animals and raised 535 dollars (through bake sales) to buy a new fountain in 1887. Soon came flowers, shrubs, trees and the Orange Circle we know today.

i simply like pictures from all sorts of things.the pictures i blog here are not mine. i found them here on tumblr or all over the internet. if you see your picture here and it is not linked to you or you want to be credited, please contact me =)>

I can't believe how fast this week has flown, actually how fast this year has gone so far. Here's a little collection of some of my favourite images at the moment to help you slow down you mind, if you're feeling like me. A little bit of friday inspo...

Born in the late nineties agitation, Kulte is one of the few surviving brands from a golden age when urban and street wear drastically changed fashion codes. Come here for a daily dose of inspiration...

Photos like this remind me of traveling out to AZ for Christmas each year - and getting a glimpse of summer in December, if only for a week or two.

"I'm not a perfect girl, my hair doesn't always stay in place. I spill a lot of things and I'm pretty clumsy. But when I think about it and take a step back, I remember how amazing life truly is, and that maybe I like being imperfect." ~Marilyn Monroe