1. *sigh*

    *sigh*

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  2. The ending credits to the movie, “Weekend”.  Genius.

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  4. (via splittheuniverse-deactivated201)

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  6. photo

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    photo

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  8. strangephenomena:

Illustrations by Olga Noes

Reminds me of Mucha’s paintings of Sara Bernhardt.

    strangephenomena:

    Illustrations by Olga Noes

    Reminds me of Mucha’s paintings of Sara Bernhardt.

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  9. 366sketchbook:

226/366
“I sometimes think that people’s hearts are like deep wells. Nobody knows what’s at the bottom. All you can do is imagine by what comes floating to the surface every once in a while.”—Haruki Murakami 

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    I sometimes think that people’s hearts are like deep wells. Nobody knows what’s at the bottom. All you can do is imagine by what comes floating to the surface every once in a while.”—Haruki Murakami 

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  10. My first army challenge race! I survived!

    My first army challenge race! I survived!

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  11. blu3rsx:

“koen hauser: bodies with exposed anatomy”
dutch artist koen hauser has created a series of digitally tailored artworks entitled ‘modische atlas der anatomie’. the confronting work fuse classic anatomical models with human bodies, blurring the line between a science experiment and reality. 

    blu3rsx:

    koen hauser: bodies with exposed anatomy

    dutch artist koen hauser has created a series of digitally tailored artworks entitled ‘modische atlas der anatomie’. the confronting work fuse classic anatomical models with human bodies, blurring the line between a science experiment and reality. 

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  12. jennaanne01:

    Wait For You (Ukelele Cover) - This is the result of too much uke practice for the musical I’m in and voice loss from going out too much. xoxo

    The smile at the end, nevermind the singing and mad uke skillz…whoa.

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  13. gregorysiff:

self-polaroid, 2012 #gregorysiff #dayslikethis (Taken with Instagram)

Some days I feel like this, too.

    gregorysiff:

    self-polaroid, 2012 #gregorysiff #dayslikethis (Taken with Instagram)

    Some days I feel like this, too.

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  14. Come watch this Tinychat: http://tinychat.com/acousticremedy

    Come watch this Tinychat: http://tinychat.com/acousticremedy

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  15. Remember when blogging was newer back in the day—xanga was like a way prettier livejournal, and people actually left comments and visited to read about eachother in blog rings?    Wordpress and blogger hadn’t quite taken off yet, but that was okay because they didn’t offer community anyway.  This is all pre-pinterest and instagram where everything is kind of instant gratification anymore and we turned into mindless, media-gluttons.  We were novel and inquisitive.  We were commented and we commented back.  We were encouraging, and directly because we typed it, not because we reblogged a liked version of someone else’s.  I like the functionality of this instant sharing, but there’s no soul behind it anymore.

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