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Ruth Halbert: looking, thinking, making
  • justanothermasterpiece:

    Miroslava Rakovic.

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  • "We do not escape into philosophy, psychology, and art—we go there to restore our shattered selves into whole ones."
    Anaïs Nin (via venuschild)

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  • divaneee:

    UZBEKISTAN_028 by Neil Beer on Flickr.

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  • f0rtylegz:

    ~Emily Kngwarreye~   Kame Colour     (1995)

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  • artpropelled:

    Karine Leger

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  • artpropelled:

    Karine Ledger

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  • "At night I open the window and ask the moon to come and press its face against mine. Breathe into me. Close the language-door and open the love-window."
    Rumi (via shaktilover)
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  • ratak-monodosico:

    Female Figure, from Ma’mariya, Egypt

    Created circa 3500 B.C.E., Brooklyn Museum

    This 5,000-year-old terra-cotta figure was uncovered in an Egyptian burial site in 1907. No one knows who or what she is – a goddess, a bird, a dancer, all three – ?

    More info (video)

    (Source: hideback, via catherinewillis)

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  • (Source: pinterest.com, via 6knitter6)

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  • "In deep nights I dig for you like treasure.
    For all I have seen
    that clutters the surface of my world
    is poor and paltry substitute
    for the beauty of you
    that has not happened yet…."
    Rainer Maria Rilke, The Book of Hours II, 34 (via volaream)

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