artmonia:

Anna Armona

Watercolor, A4

(via alullabytoleaveby)

kateoplis:

“Lady Florence Norman, a suffragette, on her motor-scooter in 1916, traveling to work at offices in London where she was a supervisor.”

kateoplis:

Lady Florence Norman, a suffragette, on her motor-scooter in 1916, traveling to work at offices in London where she was a supervisor.”

“Human beings are not born once and for all on the day their mothers give birth to them…life obliges them over and over again to give birth to themselves.”

Gabriel García Márquez (via ismiledsweetly)

(via tierradentro)

natgeofound:

Girls standing in water holding bunches of American Lotus, Amana, Iowa, November 1938.Photograph by J. Baylor Roberts, National Geographic

natgeofound:

Girls standing in water holding bunches of American Lotus, Amana, Iowa, November 1938.Photograph by J. Baylor Roberts, National Geographic

(via thatsspiffyvintage)

Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday

(Source: mercerism, via pftza)

“Now, to some extent, to say “you need a sea otter” is simply to state a fact about the human condition. We all need a sea otter, because sea otters are terrific. I mean, come on: they hold hands at night to stop themselves drifting away from one another. That is my second favourite fact about sea otters. My favourite fact about sea otters, thanks for asking, is not that they use rocks as tools to break open shellfish on their chests, but that they then put this tool back in their pocket. Sea otters have loose pouches of skin in their armpits, and they store food and tools in them. How can you fail to admire an animal that not only uses tools, but has evolved itself a tool belt?”

pearlsark:

One-of-a-kind piece:
A Very special Art Nouveau tiara, circa 1900, with textured gold branches, carved horn leaves and apple blossoms, collet-set diamond pistils, baroque pearl buds, and suspending two detachable clusters of flowers and leaves. Piece by Paul Liénard, Paris | Vogue | Christie’s

pearlsark:

One-of-a-kind piece:

A Very special Art Nouveau tiara, circa 1900, with textured gold branches, carved horn leaves and apple blossoms, collet-set diamond pistils, baroque pearl buds, and suspending two detachable clusters of flowers and leaves.
Piece by Paul Liénard, Paris | Vogue | Christie’s

(via alullabytoleaveby)

workman:

vivipiuomeno:
Robert Hutinski  ph. The Mirror serie

workman:

vivipiuomeno:

Robert Hutinski  ph. The Mirror serie

(via tierradentro)

tamburina:

Malcolm T. Liepke, Rendezvous

tamburina:

Malcolm T. LiepkeRendezvous

(via tierradentro)

morigrrl:

Edible flowers (clockwise from top): Dianthus, Star flower, Calendula, Rose, Viola, scented Geranium, Rosemary, Nasturtium, and Borage in centre

morigrrl:

Edible flowers (clockwise from top): Dianthus, Star flower, Calendula, Rose, Viola, scented Geranium, Rosemary, Nasturtium, and Borage in centre

(via blua)

bandgeekforeverandalways:

isazozo:

beethovenlovespepsi:

Famous classical composers: Bach, Vivaldi, Beethoven, Mozart & Chopin by ~azurecorsair

Cutest thing i’ve seen all day! :B

I never thought I’d call a composer cute… and yet here I am. This is adorable!

(via symphonicallyspeaking)

“I mean they don’t seem able to love us just the way we are. They don’t seem able to love us unless they can keep changing us a little bit. They love their reasons for loving us almost as much as they love us, and most of the time more.”

J. D. Salinger  (via misswallflower)