Reblogged from Carnival Graveyards
Tags: abandoned

-onixxx:

Being an introvert AND having resting bitch face is not a good combination.

Tags: GPOY
Reblogged from Karen Gillan's Hair
Tags: karen gillan
notordinaryfashion:

Johanna Johnson F/W 2014

notordinaryfashion:

Johanna Johnson F/W 2014

Tags: fashion

mothernaturenetwork:

Houseboats combine the best of tiny (on land or water)
Step on board and check out what life is like in these confined — but not confining — houseboats.

Reblogged from The America Dream
lawrenceleemagnuson:

Natalia Goncharova (1881-1962)La montée -  The Climb (1954)oil on board 58.7 x 43.5 cm

lawrenceleemagnuson:

Natalia Goncharova (1881-1962)
La montée -  The Climb (1954)
oil on board 58.7 x 43.5 cm

Reblogged from LAWRENCE LEE MAGNUSON
kittyinva:

fuckyeahmodernflapper:

Alice White (left) and Ruth Taylor in Gentlemen prefer blondes (the lost film). Alice seems the brunette one, here…

Kittyinva: I love finding stills from the original “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”. Yes, Alice played Dorothy and Ruth was Lorelai.

kittyinva:

fuckyeahmodernflapper:

Alice White (left) and Ruth Taylor in Gentlemen prefer blondes (the lost film). Alice seems the brunette one, here…

Kittyinva: I love finding stills from the original “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”. Yes, Alice played Dorothy and Ruth was Lorelai.

Reblogged from Silent Ghosts

People will stare. Make it worth their while → Georges Hobeika Haute Couture | F/W ‘14-‘15

Reblogged from The Miseducation of B.
Tags: fashion

schmergo:

I am not good at confrontation. Unless it’s the song from Les Miserables called “Confrontation.” I am great at “Confrontation.”

slaughterhouse90210:

“I loved the idea that looking at a painting or listening to a concerto could make you somehow “transcend” the day-in, day-out bullshit that grinds you down: how in one instant of pure attention you could draw something inside that made you forever larger.”—Mary Karr, The Liars’ Club

slaughterhouse90210:

“I loved the idea that looking at a painting or listening to a concerto could make you somehow “transcend” the day-in, day-out bullshit that grinds you down: how in one instant of pure attention you could draw something inside that made you forever larger.”
—Mary Karr, The Liars’ Club