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I Don't Do This... Very Often

Musings from the
mountains
as detailed by a
cat lady
with a history fixation.

I write.
Thirteen percent of it
might actually be
decent.
Oct 20 '14

collections that are raw as fuck christelle atallah s/s 2014

Oct 19 '14

diezer:

Everything I like..

Images are from an abandoned house in Davies, California

By Robert Toren

2 notes (via diezer)
Oct 19 '14
Oct 19 '14
christian-paul-kusch:

CHRISTIAN PAUL KUSCH 2014 ©
MÜHLENHOF
NEUMÜNSTER / GERMANY

christian-paul-kusch:

CHRISTIAN PAUL KUSCH 2014 ©

MÜHLENHOF

NEUMÜNSTER / GERMANY

Oct 19 '14
artblackwhite:

The Mirkwood by Ryan_Helweg B&W,Black,Foggy,Forest,Hills,Hocking,Logan,Mist,Ohio,Park,State,Sunbeam,Trees,White

artblackwhite:

The Mirkwood by Ryan_Helweg

B&W,Black,Foggy,Forest,Hills,Hocking,Logan,Mist,Ohio,Park,State,Sunbeam,Trees,White

Oct 19 '14
Oct 19 '14
"It is a pity that, as one gradually gains experience, one loses one’s youth."
Vincent van Gogh (via vincentvangogh-art)
Oct 19 '14
tunguska-rdm:

this is the world as seen through the ashes of my eyes.
Tunguska.RdM

tunguska-rdm:

this is the world as seen through the ashes of my eyes.

Tunguska.RdM

Oct 18 '14
shadesandshadows:

 The Dream, unknown medium by Alfred Kubin, Austrian, printmaker, illustrator and sometime author, 1877-1959. 
  Extremely affected by World War I, Kubin had once tried to commit suicide on his mother’s grave and was dismissed from military service due to a nervous breakdown. His art influenced Lovecraft and Kafka.  

shadesandshadows:

 The Dream, unknown medium by Alfred Kubin, Austrian, printmaker, illustrator and sometime author, 1877-1959. 

  Extremely affected by World War I, Kubin had once tried to commit suicide on his mother’s grave and was dismissed from military service due to a nervous breakdown. His art influenced Lovecraft and Kafka.  

Oct 18 '14
Oct 18 '14
Oct 18 '14
"The best thing about writing fiction is that moment where the story catches fire and comes to life on the page, and suddenly it all makes sense and you know what it’s about and why you’re doing it and what these people are saying and doing, and you get to feel like both the creator and the audience. Everything is suddenly both obvious and surprising… and it’s magic and wonderful and strange."
Neil Gaiman (via aquestionofcharacter)

(Source: maxkirin)

Oct 18 '14

(Source: elegyforadream)

Oct 18 '14
Oct 18 '14
nevver:

Cloud Appreciation Society, Ken Prior

nevver:

Cloud Appreciation Society, Ken Prior