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magictransistor:

Paul Klee. The Barbed Noose with the Mice. 1923.

twelve-sixteen:

twelve-sixteen:

Henri Mattise, <i>Interior at Nice (Room at the Hotel Beau-Rivage)</i>, 1918

fotojournalismus:

Maras Road, Peru, April 2014.

angsty-crumpet-pete:

Syd Barrett playing keyboards in the recording studio c. 1967<br>(Photo by Andrew Whittuck/Redferns)

Tiptoe through the tulips with me.

<b>Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen - New York State of Mind</b> <i>(live at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 25th Anniversary Concert, 2009).</i>

guardians-of-the-food:

sixpenceee:

This stunning picture shows the moment a hungry weasel appears to take flight on the back of a woodpecker. The remarkable encounter was captured by photographer Martin Le-May at Hornchurch Country Park in East London.<p>He spotted the baby mammal eyeing up its next meal before pouncing on the colorful bird. The weasel pounced on the much larger woodpecker to try and eat it while it was on the ground. It then fiercely clung onto its terrified intended meal as the bird took off and flew around …

edlorado:

Lakota Indian village, South Dakota, 1891. photo by John C. H. Grabill via

If music be the food of love — Händel, Messiah: Hallelujah John Eliot Gardiner,...

Thank you! I missed the ask and even erased the questions! Pure luck that I remeber who I had reblogged it frlm<p>- Budapest: if you could do anything …

marksbirch

SUNDAY MORNING JAZZ: <b>So What</b> by <b>Miles Davis</b> - Another track from Kind of Blue. Yesterday I finally inched across the goal, highlighting the greatest …

suggerlips:

♡love life

Shut softly your watery eyes

<!perma><p>All this album is pain and suffer, and as Bob said, “a lot of people tell me they enjoy that album. It’s hard for me to relate to that. I …

Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme

simply-divine-creation:

nobrashfestivity:

Paul Klee This flower wishes to fade, 1939

findus:

<b>New York from Space</b><p>“A Russian astronaut snapped this awe-inspiring image of the city from the International Space Station on Saturday.<p>The photo shows all five boroughs lit up like a Christmas tree, with the brightest lights beaming out of Midtown.<p>The flash of light emerging from Citi Field in Queens suggests the photo was snapped during the Mets 4-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series.<p>The stunning image was taken by cosmonaut <b>Oleg Kononenko,</b> …

theimpossiblecool:

Happy Birthday, Pablo.

luzfosca:

<i>Willy Ronis</i><p><i>Le Petit Parisien - “The Little Parisian”, Paris, 1952</i>

blendabout:

Cheesesteak Potato Skins

motleycraft-o-rama:

findus:

“Who do we think we are to tell other nations how they have to live their life’s.” Helmut Schmidt ( 1918 - 2015 ) I cant believe he’s gone. He was one of the brightest heads within political ranges worldwide. We owe him so much. Germany and Europe alike. That guy was one of the few politicians who chose morals over image and money any time, always a cool head and some solutions at hands. He worked his butt off for hours and hours to come and stayed humble throughout the decades. I can’t even …

eriebasin:

A new EB ring we designed around two very special stones: a 1.91ct Russian demantoid garnet and a little antique half moon cut diamond. Demantoid was only discovered in the 1860s, and it quickly became one of the most sought-after gems among top tier Russian and Victorian jewelers. Demantoid has since been found in other places in the world, but the Russian stones are still the most desirable, in part because they have unusual radiating needle inclusions, often described as “horsetails.” …

hedda-hopper:

Roberta Joan Anderson (November 7, 1943)<p><i>I thrive on change. That’s probably why my chord changes are weird, because chords depict emotions. They’ll be going along on one key and I’ll drop off a cliff, and suddenly they will go into a whole other key signature. That will drive some people crazy, but that’s how my life is.</i>

findus:

flying over manhattan at night by bagnostian<p>Good Night!

beatlessoup:

John, Julien, Kyoko and Yoko.