The stars are falling like rain.


And some people feel the rain while others just get wet (Marley).

Twenty-one year-old girl, Lisa, from New England. INFP. Lover of the diggable tsac.

        The Cranberries’ “Zombie.”

        "There is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind."
        —Virginia Woolf
          notordinaryfashion:

Dolce & Gabbana S/S 2011 - Detail

          notordinaryfashion:

          Dolce & Gabbana S/S 2011 - Detail

            filed under: fashion, dress,
            notordinaryfashion:

Valentino Haute Couture F/W 2011

            notordinaryfashion:

            Valentino Haute Couture F/W 2011

              filed under: fashion, lace,

              Well, just as well, because I’m not having any of that nonsense!
              I mean, you’re just a long streak of nothing, y’know - alien nothing!

              (Source: achkles)

                elpasha71:

paintingsilike:

Oil Painting by John Brosio “The Rapture”
There are natural forces that move thru the atmosphere…barometric lows and/or highs (maybe not quite as extreme as depicted in this painting).  We can see how these forces can be translated into the Gods of lightening, wind, rain, etc. in many of the societies that preceded ours (or even in current spirit based collectives).  What of the more subtle natural forces that can be transmitted through the physical mediums of earth, atmosphere and space?  Can they also effect us in ways that are too understated (only those who are most sensitive can detect them) for us to notice immediately but through accumulated time have devastating effects upon us?  These faint powers could ultimately drive entire populations into madness…Nazi Germany?  Sometimes we may need to listen to those who can pick up things that are too slight for us to understand…within the miniscule, great forces can be generated. 
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_qcA0G0FwQUU/S4_SIGZPKuI/AAAAAAAACNg/foA2q-ZMF3U/s1600/Brosio_Rapture.jpg

                elpasha71:

                paintingsilike:

                Oil Painting by John Brosio “The Rapture”

                There are natural forces that move thru the atmosphere…barometric lows and/or highs (maybe not quite as extreme as depicted in this painting).  We can see how these forces can be translated into the Gods of lightening, wind, rain, etc. in many of the societies that preceded ours (or even in current spirit based collectives).  What of the more subtle natural forces that can be transmitted through the physical mediums of earth, atmosphere and space?  Can they also effect us in ways that are too understated (only those who are most sensitive can detect them) for us to notice immediately but through accumulated time have devastating effects upon us?  These faint powers could ultimately drive entire populations into madness…Nazi Germany?  Sometimes we may need to listen to those who can pick up things that are too slight for us to understand…within the miniscule, great forces can be generated.

                http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_qcA0G0FwQUU/S4_SIGZPKuI/AAAAAAAACNg/foA2q-ZMF3U/s1600/Brosio_Rapture.jpg

                  filed under: art, painting,
                  modelmoiselle:

Ulyana Sergeenko Couture Autumn/Winter 14 +

                  modelmoiselle:

                  Ulyana Sergeenko Couture Autumn/Winter 14 +

                    filed under: fashion, dress,
                    brigitteferrara:

Sigrid Agren by Aitken Jolly

                    brigitteferrara:

                    Sigrid Agren by Aitken Jolly

                      filed under: bw, sigrid agren,

                      gofuckyourselftomhiddleston:

                      Tom

                      Tom.

                      Tom.

                      …no.

                      (Source: torrilla)

                        elpasha71:

Moulins en Hollandee - Armand Guillaumin

                        elpasha71:

                        Moulins en Hollandee - Armand Guillaumin

                          Armand Guillaumin’s “La Place Valhubert.”

                          Armand Guillaumin’s “La Place Valhubert.”

                            (Source: relaxabled)

                                filed under: adorable,
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