poppycock

snowce:

Ivan Marchuk, Luna piena, 1936

snowce:

Ivan Marchuk, Luna piena, 1936

(via staticnocturne)

(556 plays)

dailyclassicalmusic:

Composer: Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901)

Work: Overture from Luisa Miller (1849)

Performer: Berner Symphonieorchester; conducted by Vincent La Selva

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sosreelthoughts:

Paris, Texas

(1984, Wim Wenders)

(Source: sosreelthoughts.blogspot.com, via thenightlymirror)

"What is the light
at the end of the day, deep, reddish-gold, bathing the walls,
the corridors, light that is no longer light, no longer clarifies,
illuminates, antique, freed from the body of
the air that carries it. What is it
for the space of time
where it is useless, merely
beautiful?"

Jorie Graham, from “Salmon”

flashofgod:

Edward Weston, Tomato Field, Big Sur, 1937.

flashofgod:

Edward Weston, Tomato Field, Big Sur, 1937.

(via gacougnol)

"The perpetual ideal is astonishment."

— Derek Walcott (via invisiblestories)

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foxesinbreeches:

Le Nu Realiste #005 by Roger Schall, 1937

foxesinbreeches:

Le Nu Realiste #005 by Roger Schall, 1937

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dynamicrangerover:

olfinnigan:

deadmanslifestyle:

olfinnigan:

oh, god.

what am i doing?

image

imagethere is a god.

aww shit did someone go to Yoders? that’s my placeeeee

image

eureka

Pixies – Hey (8,927 plays)

bluenepenthe:

Pixies - Hey


Hannes Kilian, photo of Swan lake, choreography John Cranko, Stuttgart Ballet, 1972. Cibachrome. Via Galerie Schlichtenmaier, Germany.

Hannes Kilian, photo of Swan lake, choreography John Cranko, Stuttgart Ballet, 1972. Cibachrome. Via Galerie Schlichtenmaier, Germany.

(Source: schlichtenmaier.de, via vintagegal)

recreating paintings and cutting photos out of magazines is so satisfying.

blue-voids:

Taca Sui

(via melancholish)

"Never in my life had I seen anyone so clearly as I saw these people; not a detail of their clothes or features escaped me. And yet I couldn’t hear them, and it was hard to believe they really existed."

— Albert Camus, The Stranger (via wordsfullofechoes)

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livros-e-pinguins:

Clara Peeters (1594 – c. 1657)

livros-e-pinguins:

Clara Peeters (1594 – c. 1657)

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