seabound
then I heard nothing but the roaring sea
seabound
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awross:

Photography:   Abby Ross
Model :  Jodie Smith
Stylist:  Meghan Sebold
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awross:

What Color is Love?
Photo by Abby Ross
Model :  Jodie Smith
Stylist:  Meghan Sebold
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signedfury:

SLAY LUPITA! YOU BETTER BE PERCHED AT MIU MIU, SISTREN!
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"The great lesson from the true mystics, from the zen monks, from the humanistic and transpersonal psychologists, is that the sacred is in the ordinary, that it is to be found in one’s daily life, in one’s neighbors, friends, and family, in one’s own back yard. This lesson can be easily lost. To be looking elsewhere for miracles is to me a sure sign of ignorance that everything is miraculous."
Abraham Maslow (via androboiinprogress)
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maluca!
maluca!
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"I’m reluctant at this stage in the game to expose you to new ideas, but having taught you all history on a strictly non-gender-orientated basis I just wonder whether it occurs to any of you how dispiriting this can be? Can you for a moment imagine how depressing it is to teach five centuries of masculine ineptitude.
Why do you think there are no women historians on TV? I’ll tell you why: Because history’s not such a frolic for women as it is for men. Why should it be? They never get around the conference table. In 1919, for instance, they just arranged the flowers, then gracefully retired. History is a commentary on the various and continuing incapabilities of men. What is history? History is women following behind with the bucket.
And I’m not asking you to espouse this point of view, but the occasional nod in its direction can do you no harm.”
- MRS. LINTOTT (The History Boys 2006)

"I’m reluctant at this stage in the game to expose you to new ideas, but having taught you all history on a strictly non-gender-orientated basis I just wonder whether it occurs to any of you how dispiriting this can be? Can you for a moment imagine how depressing it is to teach five centuries of masculine ineptitude.
Why do you think there are no women historians on TV? I’ll tell you why: Because history’s not such a frolic for women as it is for men. Why should it be? They never get around the conference table. In 1919, for instance, they just arranged the flowers, then gracefully retired. History is a commentary on the various and continuing incapabilities of men. What is history? History is women following behind with the bucket.
And I’m not asking you to espouse this point of view, but the occasional nod in its direction can do you no harm.”
- MRS. LINTOTT (The History Boys 2006)

"I’m reluctant at this stage in the game to expose you to new ideas, but having taught you all history on a strictly non-gender-orientated basis I just wonder whether it occurs to any of you how dispiriting this can be? Can you for a moment imagine how depressing it is to teach five centuries of masculine ineptitude.
Why do you think there are no women historians on TV? I’ll tell you why: Because history’s not such a frolic for women as it is for men. Why should it be? They never get around the conference table. In 1919, for instance, they just arranged the flowers, then gracefully retired. History is a commentary on the various and continuing incapabilities of men. What is history? History is women following behind with the bucket.
And I’m not asking you to espouse this point of view, but the occasional nod in its direction can do you no harm.”
- MRS. LINTOTT (The History Boys 2006)

"I’m reluctant at this stage in the game to expose you to new ideas, but having taught you all history on a strictly non-gender-orientated basis I just wonder whether it occurs to any of you how dispiriting this can be? Can you for a moment imagine how depressing it is to teach five centuries of masculine ineptitude.
Why do you think there are no women historians on TV? I’ll tell you why: Because history’s not such a frolic for women as it is for men. Why should it be? They never get around the conference table. In 1919, for instance, they just arranged the flowers, then gracefully retired. History is a commentary on the various and continuing incapabilities of men. What is history? History is women following behind with the bucket.
And I’m not asking you to espouse this point of view, but the occasional nod in its direction can do you no harm.”
- MRS. LINTOTT (The History Boys 2006)

"I’m reluctant at this stage in the game to expose you to new ideas, but having taught you all history on a strictly non-gender-orientated basis I just wonder whether it occurs to any of you how dispiriting this can be? Can you for a moment imagine how depressing it is to teach five centuries of masculine ineptitude.
Why do you think there are no women historians on TV? I’ll tell you why: Because history’s not such a frolic for women as it is for men. Why should it be? They never get around the conference table. In 1919, for instance, they just arranged the flowers, then gracefully retired. History is a commentary on the various and continuing incapabilities of men. What is history? History is women following behind with the bucket.
And I’m not asking you to espouse this point of view, but the occasional nod in its direction can do you no harm.”
- MRS. LINTOTT (The History Boys 2006)

"I’m reluctant at this stage in the game to expose you to new ideas, but having taught you all history on a strictly non-gender-orientated basis I just wonder whether it occurs to any of you how dispiriting this can be? Can you for a moment imagine how depressing it is to teach five centuries of masculine ineptitude.
Why do you think there are no women historians on TV? I’ll tell you why: Because history’s not such a frolic for women as it is for men. Why should it be? They never get around the conference table. In 1919, for instance, they just arranged the flowers, then gracefully retired. History is a commentary on the various and continuing incapabilities of men. What is history? History is women following behind with the bucket.
And I’m not asking you to espouse this point of view, but the occasional nod in its direction can do you no harm.”
- MRS. LINTOTT (The History Boys 2006)

"I’m reluctant at this stage in the game to expose you to new ideas, but having taught you all history on a strictly non-gender-orientated basis I just wonder whether it occurs to any of you how dispiriting this can be? Can you for a moment imagine how depressing it is to teach five centuries of masculine ineptitude.
Why do you think there are no women historians on TV? I’ll tell you why: Because history’s not such a frolic for women as it is for men. Why should it be? They never get around the conference table. In 1919, for instance, they just arranged the flowers, then gracefully retired. History is a commentary on the various and continuing incapabilities of men. What is history? History is women following behind with the bucket.
And I’m not asking you to espouse this point of view, but the occasional nod in its direction can do you no harm.”
- MRS. LINTOTT (The History Boys 2006)

"I’m reluctant at this stage in the game to expose you to new ideas, but having taught you all history on a strictly non-gender-orientated basis I just wonder whether it occurs to any of you how dispiriting this can be? Can you for a moment imagine how depressing it is to teach five centuries of masculine ineptitude.
Why do you think there are no women historians on TV? I’ll tell you why: Because history’s not such a frolic for women as it is for men. Why should it be? They never get around the conference table. In 1919, for instance, they just arranged the flowers, then gracefully retired. History is a commentary on the various and continuing incapabilities of men. What is history? History is women following behind with the bucket.
And I’m not asking you to espouse this point of view, but the occasional nod in its direction can do you no harm.”
- MRS. LINTOTT (The History Boys 2006)
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Two of the four 19th century Chinese Kingfisher Headdresses in the Sloane Collection at the Hermitage Museum & Gardens in Virginia. The Sloane Collection was assembled over a period of 50 years, starting in 1901, by Florence Sloane. Mrs. Sloane worked with curators from the Metropolitan Museum and the Freer Gallery, along with prominent Asian art dealers such as C.T. Loo and Yamanaka and Company, to acquire Asian art and objects. 
Source: Hermitage Museum & Gardens

Two of the four 19th century Chinese Kingfisher Headdresses in the Sloane Collection at the Hermitage Museum & Gardens in Virginia. The Sloane Collection was assembled over a period of 50 years, starting in 1901, by Florence Sloane. Mrs. Sloane worked with curators from the Metropolitan Museum and the Freer Gallery, along with prominent Asian art dealers such as C.T. Loo and Yamanaka and Company, to acquire Asian art and objects. 
Source: Hermitage Museum & Gardens

Two of the four 19th century Chinese Kingfisher Headdresses in the Sloane Collection at the Hermitage Museum & Gardens in Virginia. The Sloane Collection was assembled over a period of 50 years, starting in 1901, by Florence Sloane. Mrs. Sloane worked with curators from the Metropolitan Museum and the Freer Gallery, along with prominent Asian art dealers such as C.T. Loo and Yamanaka and Company, to acquire Asian art and objects. 
Source: Hermitage Museum & Gardens
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turkish wrestler wearing floral wreath
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greencrook:

French idioms [1/?] “Go cook an egg!”, meaning “Get lost!” 
greencrook:

French idioms [1/?] “Go cook an egg!”, meaning “Get lost!” 
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nevver:

Flannery O’Connor
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