February. 21. 2014. 03:32 pm 168 notes

Arcadia (W Arkadii)
Wilhelm Kotarbiński (Polish, 1849–1921)

Oil on canvas, 71 x 125 cm.
Private Colletcion.

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August Malmström  (Swedish, 1829-1901)

Dancing Fairies, (Älvalek), 1866

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February. 21. 2014. 03:13 pm 8,304 notes

Prague by DoctorNo_34 on Flickr.

Prague by DoctorNo_34 on Flickr.

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February. 21. 2014. 03:05 pm 112 notes

My kids are starting to notice I’m a little different from the other dads. “Why don’t you have a straight job like everyone else?” they asked me the other day.

I told them this story:
In the forest, there was a crooked tree and a straight tree. Every day, the straight tree would say to the crooked tree, “Look at me…I’m tall, and I’m straight, and I’m handsome. Look at you…you’re all crooked and bent over. No one wants to look at you.” And they grew up in that forest together. And then one day the loggers came, and they saw the crooked tree and the straight tree, and they said, “Just cut the straight trees and leave the rest.” So the loggers turned all the straight trees into lumber and toothpicks and paper. And the crooked tree is still there, growing stronger and stranger every day.

Tom Waits
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January. 24. 2014. 03:34 pm 1,257 notes

Fog by Simona Jindová on Behance

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January. 18. 2014. 10:42 pm 218 notes
Some people walk in the rain, others just get wet.
Roger Miller
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January. 16. 2014. 10:00 am 242 notes

birch leaves and old anatomy books 

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January. 15. 2014. 10:05 pm 9,902 notes
The woman who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before.
Albert Einstein

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January. 15. 2014. 09:59 pm 11,853 notes
One day, a long time from now you’ll cease to care anymore whom you please or what anybody has to say about you. That’s when you’ll finally produce the work you’re capable of.
J.D. Salinger, from a letter to Joyce Maynard

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January. 15. 2014. 09:51 pm 332,813 notes

3ridan:

do you ever look around at the big crowds of people around you and realize everyone has a story and memories and family and troubles and achievements and a first kiss and a broken heart but you’ll never know any of it and every human life is really intricate and expansive but oh they’ve walked into a shop and you’ll never see them again and you’ll never know just what they were thinking 

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