quote 11 Jul
The thing I worry about for myself is I spend a lot of time alone, and another person comes around and you’re like, What are you doing here? Get out of here. I definitely feel a connection with her because I understand what it means to believe so deeply that there’s something true about you that maybe you’re not a person that can be loved and that you’re broken and that you’re not a viable option for someone if they really knew your secrets and things. I can certainly relate to that.
— Sarah Paulson on her character similarities in Talley’s Folly, Sally (via vegetable)

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photo 9 Jul arsvitaest:

Barbara Weir, My Mother’s Country, 2011, acrylic on linen

arsvitaest:

Barbara Weir, My Mother’s Country, 2011, acrylic on linen

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photo 9 Jul shelljoro:

Mixed media on mylar, 2012

shelljoro:

Mixed media on mylar, 2012

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quote 9 Jul
With my eyes closed, I would touch a familiar book and draw its fragrance deep inside me. This was enough to make me happy.
— Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood (via abookblog)
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photo 9 Jul tierradentro:

“The Fall in Silvaplana”, 1907, Ferdinand Hodler.

tierradentro:

The Fall in Silvaplana”, 1907, Ferdinand Hodler.

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video 9 Jul

there’s a moment you know

                  you’re fucked

(Source: fankhauserernst)

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photo 9 Jul

(Source: bluesonplanetmars)

via Now & Here.
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video 7 Jul
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photo 7 Jul 
Takeyoshi TanumaDancers resting on the rooftop of the SKD TheatreAsakusa, Tokyo 1949© Takeyoshi Tanuma
Exhibition: ‘Metamorphosis of Japan after the War: Photography 1945-1964′ at the Berlin Museum of Photography

Takeyoshi Tanuma
Dancers resting on the rooftop of the SKD Theatre
Asakusa, Tokyo 1949
© Takeyoshi Tanuma

Exhibition: ‘Metamorphosis of Japan after the War: Photography 1945-1964′ at the Berlin Museum of Photography

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photo 5 Jul amare-habeo:

Léon Spilliaert (Belgian, 1881-1946) - L’Allée du Parc Marie-Henriette, Ostende, 1917
Watercolour on paper
via blastedheath

amare-habeo:

Léon Spilliaert (Belgian, 1881-1946) - L’Allée du Parc Marie-Henriette, Ostende, 1917

Watercolour on paper

via blastedheath

via VISION.
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