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Aug 19

“August rain: the best of the summer gone, and the new fall not yet born. The odd uneven time.” — Sylvia Plath (via quotes-shape-us)

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davidcliffordphoto:

TronGotScrewed on Flickr.

davidcliffordphoto:

TronGotScrewed on Flickr.

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Aug 17

cuautlialcazar:

Yesterday,  between Guadalajara and Mexico City

cuautlialcazar:

Yesterday, between Guadalajara and Mexico City

(Source: life-is-gonna-fuck-you, via date)

(Source: halloween-in-january, via cetacea-borealis)

amorsexus:

highcastle: clandestine

amorsexus:

highcastleclandestine

larastonestits:

Kristen McMenamy by Javier Vallhonrat for Vogue Italia, April 1990

larastonestits:

Kristen McMenamy by Javier Vallhonrat for Vogue Italia, April 1990

(via mudwerks)

Aug 15

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Aug 13

flommus:

neroneprandi: Nerone Prandi, Fast Drip - Anno II - 288, 2014.

flommus:

neroneprandi: Nerone Prandi, Fast Drip - Anno II - 288, 2014.

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fuckyeahpaganism:

Scrying is a method of divination where one would gaze upon something with a surface that is polished, reflects light, or somewhat translucent. Most stereotyped would be the crystal ball, in which the fortune teller would concentrate on the crystal and be able to see into the future. Other forms of scrying include, but are not limited to, mirrors, flames, water (as shown above), smoke, and oils. In most cases scrying is used to achieve clairvoyance, or to perceive future events beyond sensory contact. 

fuckyeahpaganism:

Scrying is a method of divination where one would gaze upon something with a surface that is polished, reflects light, or somewhat translucent. Most stereotyped would be the crystal ball, in which the fortune teller would concentrate on the crystal and be able to see into the future. Other forms of scrying include, but are not limited to, mirrors, flames, water (as shown above), smoke, and oils. In most cases scrying is used to achieve clairvoyance, or to perceive future events beyond sensory contact. 

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crashinglybeautiful:

Max Ernst at the home of Peggy Guggenheim, New York, Fall 1942 Munich City Museum Archives,
Hermann Landshoff  (via: altertuemliches.at). With thank to artemisdreaming.

crashinglybeautiful:

Max Ernst at the home of Peggy Guggenheim, New York, Fall 1942 Munich City Museum Archives,

Hermann Landshoff  (via: altertuemliches.at). With thank to artemisdreaming.

sounddoe:

Ellsworth Kelly

sounddoe:

Ellsworth Kelly

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voxsart:

Just Tee And Sneaks 2.
Mr. Casual.

voxsart:

Just Tee And Sneaks 2.

Mr. Casual.

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