1. raveneuse:

    Flower Collotype by Ogawa Kazumasa, 1895

    (via ladyist)

     

  2. starrydiadems:

    stolenbytigers:

    More places I wish I lived…

    via fyeautumn

     

  3. (Source: comicsodissey, via baakum)

     

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  6. starrydiadems:

    via John Merrall

    Statue of Hodge - Dr Johnson’s cat. Hodge was Dr Samuel Johnson’s (1709 – 1784) cat. His statue is in the courtyard outside Dr Johnson’s House at 17 Gough Square, City of London. It shows him sitting atop a copy of his master’s famous dictionary, with a couple of empty oyster shells next to him; he’s looking towards his master’s house. According to Dr Johnson, Hodge was ‘a very fine cat indeed’.

     

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  9. discardingimages:

    dangers of reading

    Le livre de Lancelot du Lac & other Arthurian Romances, Northern France 13th century.

    Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, MS 229, fol. 133v

    (via androphilia)

     

  10. (Source: jajaneenee, via ruffghost)

     

  11. (Source: digipan, via ruffghost)

     

  12. k-a-t-i-e-:

    Mother and daughter

    Wales, 1988

    Martin Parr

    (via arabellesicardi)

     

  13. strawberrysmoothiebaby:

    New York City Subway, 1988

    Jamel Shabazz

    (Source: k-a-t-i-e-, via girlsandguns)

     

  14. architectureofdoom:

    mpdrolet:

    Agnieszka Rayss

    The Praga waterworks water intake station draws water from under the Vistula.

    (via satyr-song)

     

  15. blastedheath:

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

    (via satyr-song)