reblololo:

Imogen Cunningham‘Black and White Lilies’1928

reblololo:

Imogen Cunningham
‘Black and White Lilies’
1928

luzfosca:

Don Hong-Oai 
Lanterns Light the Way, Guilin 
1996
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luzfosca:

Don Hong-Oai

Lanterns Light the Way, Guilin

1996

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pedalfar:

Studded Hearts - tahitian.dreaming.
rod42:

Night watch…..

rod42:

Night watch…..

I am an excitable person who only understands life lyrically, musically, in whom feelings are much stronger as reason. I am so thirsty for the marvelous that only the marvelous has power over me. Anything I cannot transform into something marvelous, I let go. Reality doesn’t impress me. I only believe in intoxication, in ecstasy, and when ordinary life shackles me, I escape, one way or another. No more walls.
Anaïs Nin

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defrag & teachingliteracy)

Candide Overture, conducted by the composer himself, Leonard Bernstein. Concert performance of Candide with June Anderson, Jerry Hadley, Christa Ludwig, Nicolai Gedda - London Symphony Orchestra (London, December 13, 1989).

I love this one. LOL He is having so much fun.  :D

Everything is temporary, so make it beautiful and then make it disappear completely.
Tarin Towers (via theantidote:metaconscious)
ispyblog:

iSpy Raoul Hausmann and Hannah Hoch at the “Ersten Internationalen Dada-Messe Berlin” 1920 

ispyblog:

iSpy Raoul Hausmann and Hannah Hoch at the “Ersten Internationalen Dada-Messe Berlin” 1920 

groovesalad:

By Brassai

groovesalad:

By Brassai

Why must others put such obnoxious tags on their graphics and macros?

foreheadtittaes:

I know you don’t want everyone stealing your artwork. I understand that. But I’ve seen people tag with HUGE ASS Impact and Helvetica. It makes me wonder how the world would’ve turned out if artists from previous centuries had been that obnoxious.

Artemis:  Yes, I know, but I couldn’t resist.  :D

But then, most women poets of my generation didn’t dare take themselves seriously, because the men didn’t take us seriously—I was almost middle-aged before the idea penetrated. But Ted took poetry seriously, and taught me to do so eventually.

from Barbara Thompson Davis’ interview of Carolyn Kizer in the Spring 2000 issue of the Paris Review (via fourthwaved)

I.nR.ealityO.nlyR.ichW.omanA.reP.oets

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