1. Sunshine all the time makes a desert
    — Arab proverb

    (Source: dounia-algeria, via ivre-et-jolie)

     

  2. gentle-insomnia:

    Scrublands / Antoine Bruy 

    (Source: gvmma, via vtnm)

     

  3. abystle:

    The Invocation of Satan, Josef Váchal, 1909.

    (via abystle)

     

  4. One of my favorite things I ever came across at the MET museum. Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) is, arguably, one of the greatest portraitists in the history of photography. This photo is called The Parting of Guinivere and Lancelot, 1874.

    Great exhibit

    (Source: dreadventurous, via post-impressionisms)

     


  5. I’m really surprised about the way I feel.
    Paris is a lot like New York, minus the familiarity, friends, family, delis, good pizza, good bagels, english language, etc.
    I haven’t even been here for a full day and I’m already feeling sick of it.
    I think like Sicily better.
    Huh.

     

  6. solar-aestheticss:

    Mila Von Luttich

    (Source: ella-luci-bel, via lacriniere)

     

  7. betomad:

    foggy hut in Annaberg. photo by Fabian Irsara

    (via allvirgo)

     

  8. theplaintshirt:

    New York City, c. 1953

    Alive in a flash./

    It’s only been about a week, but I do miss New York.

    (via allthingsamericana)

     

  9. leprincelointain:

    Ralph Albert Blakelock (1847-1919), Wood Nymph.

    (via 1910-again)

     

  10. corinthian-girl:

    Gustave Moreau - Study for Lady Macbeth (1851)

    (via abystle)

     

  11. 1970saesthetic:

    Kaftans by Zandra Rhodes photographed by Norman Eales, 1970

    wow

    (via womensrealm)

     

  12. Where can I get boots like these (in a mens 12)?

     

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  14. possiblythebestestmusicblog:

    Elton John “Your Song”

     

  15. tamburina:

    The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson, 2014)

    This scene made me laugh my ass off

    (via tierradentro)