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fohk:

"What she lacks in age, she makes up for in madness"
Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)Quentin Tarantino
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arachnidian:

bitcheslovecereal:

I said a heALTHY SNACK REBECCA

holy infant so tender and mild


Totally got the healthy snack reference and appreciated it all the same
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mystification:

bl-ossomed:

arctic monkeys

E N I G M A T I C
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stormtrooperfashion:

Alicia Rountree for ELLE Ukraine by Marco Trunz 
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i-reallylovesethrogen:

MDMA under the microscope. 
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"Month by month things are losing their hardness; even my body now lets light through; my spine is soft like wax near the flame of the candle. I dream; I dream."
~ Virginia Woolf, The Waves (via conflictingheart)
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"She felt as if she were standing on the edge of a precipice with her hair blown back; she was about to grasp something that just evaded her. There must be another life, here and now, she repeated. This is too short, too broken. We know nothing, even about ourselves."
Virginia Woolf, The Years (via larmoyante)
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likeafieldmouse:

Garmonique
likeafieldmouse:

Garmonique
likeafieldmouse:

Garmonique
likeafieldmouse:

Garmonique
likeafieldmouse:

Garmonique
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Garmonique
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Garmonique
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Garmonique
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Garmonique
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"I never want our “I love you”s to be plainspoken addendums at the end of dead end phone calls. I never want them to be spat on the ground or swallowed like gum. They should be said at the beginnings of conversations, before our words have the chance to turn stagnant and stale. They should be said first and proud. If there are any words that should be fearless, it’s those."
(via typewriterdaily)
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yoshimuffins:

Kat ClarkPh: Fabiola Zamora
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photojojo:

The legendary Magnum photographer Inge Morath dedicated a large portion of her work to capturing intimate photos of life along the Danube river.
Beginning this week, 8 female photographers who’ve won the Inge Morath Award are retracing her journey along the Danube for 5 weeks.
Retracing Inge Morath’s Journey Along the Danube River
via The Click
photojojo:

The legendary Magnum photographer Inge Morath dedicated a large portion of her work to capturing intimate photos of life along the Danube river.
Beginning this week, 8 female photographers who’ve won the Inge Morath Award are retracing her journey along the Danube for 5 weeks.
Retracing Inge Morath’s Journey Along the Danube River
via The Click