...a few things with no cherry on top.

25th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Σ'έχω βρει και σε χάνω with 38 notes

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25th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Σ'έχω βρει και σε χάνω with 3,600 notes

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25th September 2014

Photo reblogged from REFLECTIONS with 161 notes

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25th September 2014

Photo reblogged from tiny particles of larger loves with 4,252 notes

25th September 2014

Quote reblogged from ☼ Elige Neon Skin ☼ with 59,714 notes

Stay away from people who make you feel like you are hard to love.
— Unknown (via elige)

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25th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Ravenwhimsy's Wonderful World with 234 notes

alice44:

Hawk Moth (via 500px ISO » Unbelievable Photography)

alice44:

Hawk Moth (via 500px ISO » Unbelievable Photography)

Source: iso.500px.com

25th September 2014

Photo reblogged from El vuelo del còndor... with 120 notes

books0977:

Portrait of a Young Woman Playing the Harp (early 19th century). Robert Home (British, 1752-1834. Oil on canvas
Home traveled to the Indian subcontinent in 1791. The sitter, not identified, was likely the wife or more likely the daughter of a wealthy merchant or colonial administrator.

books0977:

Portrait of a Young Woman Playing the Harp (early 19th century). Robert Home (British, 1752-1834. Oil on canvas

Home traveled to the Indian subcontinent in 1791. The sitter, not identified, was likely the wife or more likely the daughter of a wealthy merchant or colonial administrator.

Source: books0977

25th September 2014

Photo reblogged from El vuelo del còndor... with 69 notes

taishou-kun:

Takehisa Yumeji 竹久夢二 (1884-1934)
Matedokurasedo konu hito wo 待てど暮らせど来ぬ人を - 1922

taishou-kun:

Takehisa Yumeji 竹久夢二 (1884-1934)

Matedokurasedo konu hito wo 待てど暮らせど来ぬ人を - 1922

Source: taishou-kun

25th September 2014

Photo reblogged from El vuelo del còndor... with 136 notes

taishou-kun:

Takabatake Kasho 高畠華宵 (1888-1966)
2 dancing beauties - 1920s

taishou-kun:

Takabatake Kasho 高畠華宵 (1888-1966)

2 dancing beauties - 1920s

Source: taishou-kun

25th September 2014

Photo reblogged from I'm In Heaven with 393 notes

patrickhumphreys:

Kate Hayllar, Sunflowers and Hollyhocks, 1889.

The aesthetic credentials of this interior are plainly indicated by the Japanese screen used as a background to the black and gold oriental pots. Sunflowers and hollyhocks were found in cottage gardens, and were the kind of old-fashioned flowers favoured for ‘artistic’ flower-arrangements.
—Charlotte Gere and Lesley Hoskins, 2000

patrickhumphreys:

Kate Hayllar, Sunflowers and Hollyhocks, 1889.

The aesthetic credentials of this interior are plainly indicated by the Japanese screen used as a background to the black and gold oriental pots. Sunflowers and hollyhocks were found in cottage gardens, and were the kind of old-fashioned flowers favoured for ‘artistic’ flower-arrangements.

—Charlotte Gere and Lesley Hoskins, 2000

Source: patrickhumphreys