1. blastedheath:

    Rockwell Kent (American, 1882-1971), Monhegan Island. Oil on canvasboard, 12 x 16 in.

    (via satyr-song)


  2. fourteenth:

    “August Moon,” circa 1905, by Arthur Wesley Dow.

    (via satyr-song)


  3. (Source: fortscrotum, via baakum)



  5. shihlun:

    Michelangelo Antonioni, Red Desert, 1964.

    (via androphilia)


  6. I spilled a drink on a man at work and all I could think to say was ‘you are now blessed’

    (Source: itscoffeeprincess, via arabellesicardi)


  7. Joan of Arc by Albert Lynch (1851-1912)

    engraving from Figaro Illustre magazine, 1903

    (Source: paintingses, via hazelcills)




  10. "Hitachi Seaside Park is a sprawling 470 acre park located in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan, that features vast flower gardens including millions of daffodils, 170 varieties of tulips, and an estimated 4.5 million baby blue eyes (Nemophila). The sea on blue flowers blooms once annually around April in an event referred to as the “Nemophila Harmony.”

    (Source: wasbella102, via girlsandguns)


  11. natgeofound:

    Two women gaze at heavy surf while lying on boulders on the coast of Nova Scotia, December 1961.Photograph by Volkmar Wentzel, National Geographic

    (via satyr-song)


  12. magictransistor:

    John Martin, The Valley of the Shadow of Death (Brown wash, watercolor on paper), 1829.

    (via darkartsandcrafts)


  13. plasmatics-life:

    Lake Molveno - Dolomites by Giuseppe Calabrese | (Website)

    (via deadsoulscalling)


  14. historicaltimes:

    The “Telephone Tower” in Stockholm, ca. 1890s

    (via androphilia)


  15. gvmma:

    Scrublands / Antoine Bruy 

    (via androphilia)