1. dboybaker:

    bunnyfood:

    Family Photo

    look how fucking proud it is

    (Source: avianawareness, via whatsinsideofme)

     

  2. vorrei essere stata bambina per più tempo… per la felicità e serenità dei miei genitori. il mio papà e la mia mamma.

     
  3. awesomeheirsofdurin:

    sqbr:

    [A flowing, asymmetric, slightly surreal stained glass lamp in the shape of a plant, green leaves making up the main lit section with little glowing blobs in the brown stem and little glowing red flowers hanging down]

    harpa-zein:

     

    I don’t even like foo foo stuff and I want this in my life. It’s art!

    (via curiositasmundi)

     
  4. scazziemazzi:

    Progresso?

    (Source: oltreuomo.com)

     
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  6. bon10:

    View to the west by RobertoZanleone. Source:500px.

     
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  9. athyriumotophorum:

    My moss terrarium that I made with my Grandmother’s old tea kettle that she gave to me. In the terrarium are mosses, grasses, rocks, and clovers. One clover decided to sprout through the spout :)

    (via tiredandtrueofheart)

     

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    “Lasciate tranquilli quelli che nascono! Fate posto perché vivano! Non gli fate trovare tutto pensato, non gli leggete lo stesso libro, lasciate che scoprano l’aurora e che diano un nome ai loro baci.”

    Pablo Neruda

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    — (via marguse)

    (via curiositasmundi)

     
  11. Portraits of women by Gustav Klimt after 1900 almost resemble mosaics. The term AESTHETIC DECORATION is used mostly to describe this. It’s use means that there is no reference to the sitter’s location, family, interests, etc, as mainly their hands, face and decolletage are the only things peeking out of the geometrical patterns that surround them.

    It is possible to read the portraits as the sitters being marooned from the world and many scholars have noted that the overt use of aesthetic decoration symbolizes the isolation felt by Klimt, and how he had withdrawn into himself and his art shortly after he renounced the University of Vienna commission in 1904. 

    (Source: paintingses, via supercazzolaprematurata)

     
  12. stelle-e-stalle:

    Giovanni Sottocornola, Gioie materne

     

  13. inmemoriadinessuno:

    ma spesso i dialoghi sono esperimenti venuti male: ovvero non tanto privi di soluzione, ma di imprevisti che mi possono interessare

     

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