lostsplendor:

Peonies by Alphonse Mucha, Ink and Watercolor c. 1897 via Wikimedia Commons

lostsplendor:

Peonies by Alphonse Mucha, Ink and Watercolor c. 1897 via Wikimedia Commons

(via phobs-heh)

"We met at the wrong time. That’s what I keep telling myself anyway. Maybe one day years from now, we’ll meet in a coffee shop in a far away city somewhere and we could give it another shot."

— Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, 2004 (via larmoyante)

(via dazzlinglights)

"This is what I miss… not something that’s gone, but something that will never happen."

— Margaret Atwood, Cat’s Eye (via larmoyante)

(via dazzlinglights)

stylinfcuk:

laughing so hard because this is so accurate

(via dazzlinglights)

fortswinwars:

"Shrouded within the park of Villa Demidoff (just north of Florence, Italy), there sits a gigantic 16th century sculpture known as Colosso dell’Appennino, or the Appennine Colossus. The brooding structure was first erected in 1580 by Italian sculptor Giambologna. Like a guardian of the pond in front of him, the giant is in an endless watchful pose, perched atop his earthy seat.”

fortswinwars:

"Shrouded within the park of Villa Demidoff (just north of Florence, Italy), there sits a gigantic 16th century sculpture known as Colosso dell’Appennino, or the Appennine Colossus. The brooding structure was first erected in 1580 by Italian sculptor Giambologna. Like a guardian of the pond in front of him, the giant is in an endless watchful pose, perched atop his earthy seat.”

(Source: mymodernmet.com, via suedemind)

davidmarquez:

Norman Rockwell reference photos alongside finished works.

(Source: slowlyeden, via takeherout)

architectureofdoom:

Rudnichny, Kirov Oblast, Russia

architectureofdoom:

Rudnichny, Kirov Oblast, Russia

(Source: mgnovenija, via abandonedography)

tastefullyoffensive:

[via]

mediumaevum:

  1. Ottonian crown on display at Essen’s cathedral treasury, ca. 1100. Long believed to be the infant crown of king of Romans Otto III
  2. Long called the Crown of St. Louis and thought to have been made in Paris, the Crown of Liège, acquired by the Louvre in 1947, is now known to be a Mosan piece (late 13th century)
  3. Crown of Elizabeth Kotromanic (born ca. 1339) in Zadar, given by Louis I of Hungary

(via phobs-heh)