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leafygal:

cotonblanc:

Amanda Murphy by Mario Sorrenti for The NY Times T Style Summer 2014

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leafygal:

cotonblanc:

Amanda Murphy by Mario Sorrenti for The NY Times T Style Summer 2014

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(via esophagi)

blue-voids:

Carl Kleiner
stormbornvalkyrie:

♕ Daenerys Stormborn of House Targaryen + Costume Appreciation

stormbornvalkyrie:

Daenerys Stormborn of House Targaryen + Costume Appreciation

(via gameofthronesdaily)

blue-voids:

Lingzidi Bridge, by Joshua Bolchover & John Lin

blue-voids:

Lingzidi Bridge, by Joshua Bolchover & John Lin

emmaledoyen:

xekstrin:

not-cooper:

My mom tried to grow a lemon tree here in rainy Washington state.

im laughing so hard im crying over this tiny ass lemon

(via 814stops)

americanapparel:

Louise photographiée par Emma Le Doyen pour American Apparel france / artgothGirl Stretching on the Track 2014

(via fruitbait)

stripetee:

by Sometani Shota

(via geo-wee)

soytit:

The Kiss // Man Ray 1935

soytit:

The Kiss // Man Ray 1935

(via boyirl)

shadesandshadows:

 Death of Ellenai, 1883, oil on canvas by Jacek Malczewski, Polish painter and graphic artist, 1854-1929.
  This painting was inspired by the poem Death of Anhelli by Juliusz Slowacki. The woman represents Poland and the subdued colors enhance the melancholy thoughts of losing hope for Poland’s rebirth.
Malczewski was one of the most revered painters of Poland and was associated with the Young Poland movement. He is regarded as the father of Polish symbolism.  

shadesandshadows:

 Death of Ellenai, 1883, oil on canvas by Jacek Malczewski, Polish painter and graphic artist, 1854-1929.

  This painting was inspired by the poem Death of Anhelli by Juliusz Slowacki. The woman represents Poland and the subdued colors enhance the melancholy thoughts of losing hope for Poland’s rebirth.

Malczewski was one of the most revered painters of Poland and was associated with the Young Poland movement. He is regarded as the father of Polish symbolism.  

(via ancient-serpent)

drinking-whiskey-and-rye:

birdsongs, day one hundred and seventy-three: jeff buckley and elizabeth fraser | all flowers in time bend towards the sun

I know, you say, there’s no one for you / but here is one

(via earth-oddity)


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