1. pappubahry:

    Neptune, seen from the Keck Observatory in the infrared (wavelength 1.17-1.3 microns), 11 August 2004.  (Program ID N19N2.)

    (via crow-alley)

  2. junk-yard-doll:


    la chenille de la carotte (1911), director unknown

     posted in september 2013.


    (via crow-alley)

  3. undr:

    Paul Strand

    Railroad Sidings, 1914

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  4. 1910-again:

    Luigi Loir, The Night Cafe 1910

    (via crow-alley)

  5. alongtimealone:

    kiryl vasilionok


  6. "The worst thing in the world can happen, but the next day the sun will come up. And you will eat your toast. And you will drink your tea."
    — Rhian Ellis, After Life  (via calmfolly)

    I always reblog this when I see it.

    (via goddess-of-moss)

    (Source: observando, via aritking)

  7. pablopicasso-art:

    Pablo Picasso and Sebastìa Junyer-Vidal Arrives to Paris, 1901

    Pablo Picasso

    (via thelegendaryhitchhiker)

  8. luzfosca:

    Fred Lyon

    San Francisco Post e Powell Street, Union Square, 1947.


    (via caille)

  9. claudemonet-art:

    Boulevard of Capucines, 1883

    Claude Monet

    (via thatkindofwoman)

  11. (Source: last-best-place, via do-raymi)


  12. "Stress only happens when you resist life’s events."
    — Michael Singer - The Untethered Soul (via iam-youis)

    (via aritking)

  13. (Source: malformalady)

  15. Felix Vallotton, Box Seats at the Theater, the Gentleman and the Lady, 1909

    (Source: kutxx, via lexestrex)