“In such ugly times, the only true protest is beauty."
- Phil Ochs
Install Theme
I need the shade of blue that rips your heart out. You don’t see that type of blue around here.

— Cath Crowley, Graffiti Moon (via larmoyante)

(via bii)

(Source: queenpalms, via irkajavasdream)

fruitandtea:

Benefits of Lavender:
fights dandruff
promotes relaxation
reduces bloating
promotes healthy digestion
lowers heart rate and blood pressure
calms itchy skin and reduces swelling and redness of irritated skin
naturally anti-inflammatory
relieves pain
reduces nervous tension
promotes a healthy respiratory system
Source
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fruitandtea:

Benefits of Lavender:

  • fights dandruff
  • promotes relaxation
  • reduces bloating
  • promotes healthy digestion
  • lowers heart rate and blood pressure
  • calms itchy skin and reduces swelling and redness of irritated skin
  • naturally anti-inflammatory
  • relieves pain
  • reduces nervous tension
  • promotes a healthy respiratory system

Source

Source

(via retrojapan)


True Foresight.

"Eclipse" by Tyler Robinson of TARstudios on Etsy

True Foresight.

"Eclipse" by Tyler Robinson of TARstudios on Etsy

(Source: insaneproject, via phluph)

decomposion:

Art history meme (x) - 1/4 colours - blue

Fleur de lis by Robert Reid | Branches with Almond Blossom by Vincent van GoghAmalia de Llano y Dotres, Countess of Vilches by Federico de Madrazo |The anticipated letter by Harry George Theaker|We Both Must Fade (Mrs. Fithian) by Lilly Martin Spencer

Jeff Koons at David Zwirner.

Jeff Koons at David Zwirner.

(Source: lagodilot, via irkajavasdream)

enochliew:

Hearst Castle by Julia Morgan

The indoor mosaic-tiled pool is inspired by Roman baths.

(Source: blog.aaronmphotography.com, via cerebrospinalien)

eclecticacollecta:

6th–7th century, Byzantine. Gold, sapphire, pearl. Earrings are decorated with pearls, a favorite jewel of the Byzantines. Sapphires, then called hyakinthoi (hyacinths), became popular in Byzantine jewelry in the sixth century. (via Pinterest)

eclecticacollecta:

6th–7th century, Byzantine. Gold, sapphire, pearl. Earrings are decorated with pearls, a favorite jewel of the Byzantines. Sapphires, then called hyakinthoi (hyacinths), became popular in Byzantine jewelry in the sixth century. (via Pinterest)

(via longsnowsmoon2)

erinvaganos:

Seven Sisters in Nebula Fields.
Pleiades

erinvaganos:

Seven Sisters in Nebula Fields.

Pleiades

(via pseudoist)