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esascousasque:

Keaton Henson 💛

(via lonelymooonchildd)

messytimetravel:

1910 : Edwardian “Health and beauty hints”
Curated by Chris Wild

(via alienlullaby)

arthropology:

Funerary Mexican Mask II - Drawing - Matilde Solbiati

arcticmonkeyyyy:

(100 ) Tumblr on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/97544644

“ It is good to love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is well done. ”

—    Vincent van Gogh (via observando)

theflowerfaery:

conflictingheart:

the waitomo caves of new zealand’s northern island, formed two million years ago from the surrounding limestone bedrock, are home to an endemic species of bioluminescent fungus gnat (arachnocampa luminosa, or glow worm fly) who in their larval stage produce silk threads from which to hang and, using a blue light emitted from a modified excretory organ in their tails, lure in prey who then become ensnared in sticky droplets of mucus.

photos from spellbound waitomo tours, forevergone, blue polaris, and martin rietze. (more cave photos) (more bioluminescence photos)

I’ve been here! It was so so so magical

(via zenalien)

travel-as-a-happy-hippie:

~Let’s chill in my Hippie Van~

(Source: extraneousclicking)

artruby:

Yin Xiuzhen, Portable Cities

(via exhibition-ism)

bofransson:

Open Doorway, Morocco, 1879-80 John Singer Sargent

(via impressionsonmymind)

samfuphoto:

Rattlesnake Forest

Remembering his Greatness | Gabriel García Márquez on Life

1. On existence

"It’s enough for me to be sure that you and I exist at this moment." — One Hundred Years of Solitude 

2. On inspiration

"If I had to give a young writer some advice I would say to write about something that has happened to him; it’s always easy to tell whether a writer is writing about something that has happened to him or something he has read or been told." — The Art of Fiction

3. On children

"She discovered with great delight that one does not love one’s children just because they are one’s children but because of the friendship formed while raising them." — Love in the Time of Cholera

4. On happiness

"No medicine cures what happiness cannot.” 

5. On aging

"It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing dreams.” 

6. On marriage

"The problem with marriage is that it ends every night after making love, and it must be rebuilt every morning before breakfast." — Love in the Time of Cholera 

7. On memory

"What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it.”

8. On regret

"Tell him yes. Even if you are dying of fear, even if you are sorry later, because whatever you do, you will be sorry all the rest of your life if you say no." — Love in the Time of Cholera

9. On memories

"No matter what, nobody can take away the dances you’ve already had." — Memories of My Melancholy Whores

10. On death

"A person doesn’t die when he should but when he can." — One Hundred Years of Solitude

11. On wisdom

"Wisdom comes to us when it can no longer do any good." — Love in the Time of Cholera 

12. On poetry

"He repeated until his dying day that there was no one with more common sense, no stonecutter more obstinate, no manager more lucid or dangerous, than a poet." — Love in the Time of Cholera 

13. On love

"There is always something left to love." —One Hundred Years of Solitude

Awesome blog: arthropology:

Naga Man - Assam India - May 1963

just—maps:

Nobody lives here: The Nearly 5 million U.S. Census Blocks with zero population (2010) [1280x1484] [OC]

cinoh:

stremplerart:

FOUND OBJECT 2014

W. Strempler

“ My movie is born first in my head, dies on paper; is resuscitated by the living persons and real objects I use, which are killed on film but, placed in a certain order and projected on to a screen, come to life again like flowers in water. ”

—    Robert Bresson