1. Romantic skype dinner with sweetie Ryan. Feels like I’m home again. :’)

    Romantic skype dinner with sweetie Ryan. Feels like I’m home again. :’)

  2. razkushutinstva:

Japanese matchbox

    razkushutinstva:

    Japanese matchbox

    Reblogged from: kosmosi
  3. fernsandmoss:

Hannah Höch

    fernsandmoss:

    Hannah Höch

    Reblogged from: fernsandmoss
  4. Things I’ve seen in Japan.

  5. Reblogged from: tackan0617
  6. razorshapes:

    Paweł Kwiek - Rzeczywistoiść (2010)

    Reblogged from: soleius
  7. florels:

so cute and pretty and just

    florels:

    so cute and pretty and just

  8. hollyhocksandtulips:

Pony tail, 1951
Photo by Nina Leen

    hollyhocksandtulips:

    Pony tail, 1951

    Photo by Nina Leen

  9. earth-oddity:

David Bowie high on cocaine describing airplane take offs.

    earth-oddity:

    David Bowie high on cocaine describing airplane take offs.

    Reblogged from: nolgalgur
  10. lyndseymcdougall:

Detail
    Reblogged from: lyndseymcdougall
  11. さつき盆栽花季展 / Satsuki azalea bonsai exhibition

    Reblogged from: filmsploitation
  12. Hey, sorry I took so long to reply! Thank you, I’m sure I will. :) And I’m going because my Mum, sister, and I, have all turned 50, 25, and 21 respectively, so it’s kind of a family milestone holiday. My weeb of a boyfriend is very jealous that I’m not going with him though haha.

  13. It’s funny—when people call you “shy,” they usually smile. Like it’s cute, some funny little habit you’ll grow out of when you’re older, like the gaps in your grin when your baby teeth fall out. If they knew how it felt—really being shy, not just unsure at first—they wouldn’t smile. Not if they knew how the feeling knots up your stomach or makes your palms sweat or robs you of the ability to say anything that
    makes sense. It’s not cute at all.
    Claudia Gray, Evernight  (via skrooge)
  14. I’m gallery sitting today for some lovely people whose art is truly amazing while a band practices next door who are also really good, I just bought these two dorky little porcelain cows, and I’m leaving for Japan in two days. It’s a good day.

    I’m gallery sitting today for some lovely people whose art is truly amazing while a band practices next door who are also really good, I just bought these two dorky little porcelain cows, and I’m leaving for Japan in two days. It’s a good day.

  15. hnnhmcgrth:

    The Traditional Costumes of Peasant Women in Germany and Alsace

    Traditional costumes have virtually disappeared, but until the 1950s, this kind of attire was very common across Europe. From the color and cut you could conclude whether a woman was married, how old she was, which family she came from, and how wealthy they were.

    In 2008, Eric Schütt started looking for women who still wear traditional clothes for his photography project called Burenkleider: Burska Drasta, or Traditional Costumes of Peasant Women in Germany and Alsace. The women in these photos are never seen without their traditional costumes. They wear their costumes in the house and outside. In many cases, they are the last ones in their village wearing the clothes with their original purpose, and the other villagers look at them like as if they’re flamboyant, exotic birds. Some of these women have died by now—Eric’s photographs are the last document of this disappearing phenomenon.

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