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vosmasquevos:

Persona | 1966 | Ingmar Bergman | Sweden | 83 min

(Source: filmcaptures.com, via thenightlymirror)

"And the night smells like snow.
Walking home for a moment
you almost believe you could start again.
And an intense love rushes to your heart,
and hope. It’s unendurable, unendurable."

— Franz Wright, closing lines to “Night Walk” from God’s Silence (via petrichour)

(Source: oofpoetry, via korraled)

liquidnight:

Jules Gervais CourtellemontMorella, Spain, 1928

liquidnight:

Jules Gervais Courtellemont
Morella, Spain, 1928

(via the-pleasures-of-reading)

Richard Wagner – (575 plays)

ladylindy:

Richard Wagner // Lohengrin // Prelude to Act I

baked orange bundts today

baked orange bundts today

mpdrolet:

Horse and Hand from Days at Sea, 1974

mpdrolet:

Horse and Hand from Days at Sea, 1974

Lovesliescrushing – Plume (357 plays)

herewithmyabsentfriend:

Loveliescrushing // Plume

Vive L’Amour (1994)

Dir. Tsai Ming-Liang

(Source: andreii-tarkovsky, via tsaiming-liang)

laclefdescoeurs:

Fischerdorf in der Winterszeit, 1886, Walter Moras

laclefdescoeurs:

Fischerdorf in der Winterszeit, 1886, Walter Moras

(via thenightlymirror)

"The first question I ask myself when something doesn’t seem to be beautiful is why do I think it’s not beautiful. And very shortly you discover that there is no reason."

— John Cage (via likeafieldmouse)

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thewildswan:

The Red Room by Matteo Massagrande (b. 1957).

thewildswan:

The Red Room by Matteo Massagrande (b. 1957).

(Source: bofransson)

2000-lightyearsfromhome:

Herbert List, Greece. Attica. Near Sounion. 1937. “Taverna by the sea”. 

2000-lightyearsfromhome:

Herbert List, Greece. Attica. Near Sounion. 1937. “Taverna by the sea”

(via eclektic)


Tea from samovar, with russian biscuits sushki and baranki

Tea from samovar, with russian biscuits sushki and baranki

(via lacalaveracatrina)

(1,109 plays)

dailyclassicalmusic:

Benjamin Britten, Vivace from String Quartet Nr. 2 

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moma:

Paths of Glory (1957), Directed by Stanley Kubrick

moma:

Paths of Glory (1957), Directed by Stanley Kubrick