thepriceofeverything: A beauty with unfurling glory, you know the pain of change. You see the truth in all the lies that you once betrayed. My silly girl, do not believe in love’s immortal sting. You are not abandoned, you are free. Will you wait and wilt or fly and thrive?
(Photo by Kirsty Mitchell)
thepriceofeverything: Living in this day and age, her mind often wandered. She did not wish for a life in the past, nor did she crave acceptance in the future. Her dreams always revolved around taking what she saw as beautiful and making it a part of her modern world. This was her present; nostalgia of the past mixed with the yearnings of the future.I could find no reason to be offended by her nature, only enticed by it.
(Photograph found here)
Richard Ayoade, you handsome devil.
blast-endedskrewt: OH MY GOD
One of my favorite photo sets.
suicideblonde: Marilyn Monroe photographed by Sam Shaw in 1957
shineonyoucrazydiamond: Michelle Williams photographed by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue October 2011
I’m most looking forward to this!
thelastpapertiger: love love love!
Well said Jess.
somethingintellectual: I love the way the light shines in his window. Laying in the light makes one feel almost ethereal. JS
I’m back from NYC! I took this photo with my phone in Central Park. I’ve never experienced so much snow and beauty before. It was breathtaking. I took alot of photos using a better camera but somehow this one from my phone is my favorite. I look forward to posting and reblogging soon. I ended up switching my flight before they canceled it due to weather. The flight I ended up rescheduling it to, however got delayed due to security concerns from the previous flight. I had to wait 8 hours yesterday to get on a 7 hour flight. It went smoothly though and I’m so grateful for the opportunity I had to visit New York. Needless to say I’m taking today for sleep though.
I’ll have what she’s having.
I really do love this photo.
Looks like the makings for a sci-fi/fantasy noir.
She lives on Love Street, lingers long on Love Street. She has a house and garden. I would like to see what happens.
I really love this photo.
bohemea: Anne Hathaway - InStyle by John Huba, December 2002