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Lydia Hall

i like art
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natgeofound:

Women sit in a modern chic boutique in Casablanca, 1971.Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic Creative

natgeofound:

Women sit in a modern chic boutique in Casablanca, 1971.Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic Creative

blacksheepboy-:

setbabiesonfire:

the-plants-have-spoken:

pixie—rose:

dutchhunger:

moniquill:

[An earth-sheltered home with a moss-covered roof situated in a pine forest]

Want

mine pls


No, me. I want it.

i say we all share it

blacksheepboy-:

setbabiesonfire:

the-plants-have-spoken:

pixie—rose:

dutchhunger:

moniquill:

[An earth-sheltered home with a moss-covered roof situated in a pine forest]

Want

mine pls

No, me. I want it.

i say we all share it

(via tinytinyhouseporn)

elenamorelli:

{ violent green /// part two }

elenamorelli:

{ violent green /// part two }

(via forestland)

cabinporn:

Scott’s Cabin, Beaver Brook, NY.
Contributed by Noah Kalina.

cabinporn:

Scott’s Cabin, Beaver Brook, NY.

Contributed by Noah Kalina.

(via almightypolarbear)



✞S|MPLY |LL®✞
20aliens:

Blossoming pink trees on the mountainous landscape of Nanjian Yi Autonomous County in southwest China.

20aliens:

Blossoming pink trees on the mountainous landscape of Nanjian Yi Autonomous County in southwest China.

(via li-belula)

qtav:

Foggy Forest Hike by Denise Collier

qtav:

Foggy Forest Hike by Denise Collier

(via forestland)

betomad:

rebirth. photo by Danny McShane

betomad:

rebirth. photo by Danny McShane

artchipel:

Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog

Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 

© All images courtesy the artist

[more Sophie Gamand | artist found via Colossal]

boniverotica:

Before I knew Bon Iver, I was a little broken.
I saw myself as a conquerer of the world. I tried my best to acknowledge my flaws, and to use the strength they gave me to push open the doors of every new opportunity. Bang!
I’m the same woman now, but I’ve begun to move more slowly, with more intention. Bon Iver didn’t change me. He only showed me that I could use my power for more delicate things. I could be gentle with a bird’s snapped wing. And I could be gentle with myself.
Bon Iver lays the bird on the grass. We watch as it discovers its new gait, tests its new wing, and leaps into a tree. ‘We’re all a little broken,’ he says. ‘But if I fly in a circle, it’ll bring me back to you.’

boniverotica:

Before I knew Bon Iver, I was a little broken.

I saw myself as a conquerer of the world. I tried my best to acknowledge my flaws, and to use the strength they gave me to push open the doors of every new opportunity. Bang!

I’m the same woman now, but I’ve begun to move more slowly, with more intention. Bon Iver didn’t change me. He only showed me that I could use my power for more delicate things. I could be gentle with a bird’s snapped wing. And I could be gentle with myself.

Bon Iver lays the bird on the grass. We watch as it discovers its new gait, tests its new wing, and leaps into a tree. ‘We’re all a little broken,’ he says. ‘But if I fly in a circle, it’ll bring me back to you.’