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Janine

hanahaley:

faceless for Audrey Grace

Jessica Auer - Meadow (2010-12)

After learning that my name roughly translates as ‘from the meadow’, I embarked on a European journey to investigate the landscape that my name is derived from. ”

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michelletatarelli:

Holy detail

michelletatarelli:

Holy detail

mpdrolet:

Acacia Johnson

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Jean-Honore Fragonard
1732-1806
Blindman’s Buff (Le Colin-Maillard)
ca. 1775-80
Oil on canvas
Fragonard choosed  to  developed a style that lauded the charm and beauty of the private moments. In Blindman’s Buff, well-dressed men, women, and children play the familiar game in the kind of picturesque overgrown garden. Fragonard’s favorite subject, he  viewed the games as symbolizing the game of courtship.
Timken Museum of Art,  San Diego, California

Jean-Honore Fragonard

1732-1806

Blindman’s Buff (Le Colin-Maillard)

ca. 1775-80

Oil on canvas

Fragonard choosed  to  developed a style that lauded the charm and beauty of the private moments. In Blindman’s Buff, well-dressed men, women, and children play the familiar game in the kind of picturesque overgrown garden. Fragonard’s favorite subject, he  viewed the games as symbolizing the game of courtship.

Timken Museum of Art,  San Diego, California

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mpdrolet:

Untitled (Death Valley 7)
Jordan Sullivan

mpdrolet:

Untitled (Death Valley 7)

Jordan Sullivan

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justenoughisplenty:

Tradition has it that Moses was buried inside a cave near Jordan’s Mount Nebo, from which he viewed the Promised Land before his death. A lovely cavern not far from there is curtained by a waterfall fed by Ayn Musa, the Spring of Moses.
National Geographic - January, 1976

justenoughisplenty:

Tradition has it that Moses was buried inside a cave near Jordan’s Mount Nebo, from which he viewed the Promised Land before his death. A lovely cavern not far from there is curtained by a waterfall fed by Ayn Musa, the Spring of Moses.

National Geographic - January, 1976

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violentwavesofemotion:

Repulsion (1965) dir. by Roman Polanski

Polanski’s film plunges into this crack, the line dividing sexual fascination and repulsion, the male and the female, the society and the individual. The face, the eye, the four walls around Catherine Deneuve’s Carol all rupture and fracture. Her mind’s grasp on reality splinters, she withdraws and psychosis sets in […] (x)

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milky-nostalgia:

untitled by osmahoo on Flickr.
eye-contact:

The Grand Budapest Hotel

eye-contact:

The Grand Budapest Hotel

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bdmgick:

inthorse:

some-foreign:

http://some-foreign.tumblr.com/

this could be us

starting to think I should get bangs next week… 

bdmgick:

inthorse:

some-foreign:

http://some-foreign.tumblr.com/

this could be us

starting to think I should get bangs next week… 

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