i cannot live

[ I was you, you were me. Finally you somehow caught fire. ]

And I began to let him go. Hour by hour. Days into months. It was a physical sensation, like letting out the string of a kite. Except that the string was coming from my center.
— Augusten Burroughs, You Better Not Cry (via durianquotes)

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irritative:

LOOK AT THESE BEAUTIFUL SUCCULENTS I BOUGHT 🌵 View high resolution

irritative:

LOOK AT THESE BEAUTIFUL SUCCULENTS I BOUGHT 🌵

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blackcontemporaryart:

Betye SaarThe Phrenologer’s Window, 1966 Assemblage of two-panel wood frame with print and collage. 18 1/2 x 29 3/8 x 1 in. Private collection, courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, LLC, New York, NY. © Betye Saar  View high resolution

blackcontemporaryart:

Betye Saar
The Phrenologer’s Window, 1966 
Assemblage of two-panel wood frame with print and collage. 18 1/2 x 29 3/8 x 1 in. Private collection, courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, LLC, New York, NY. © Betye Saar 

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opticallyaroused:

Macro Reef Dwellers Photography of Coral by Felix Salazar

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cybersity:

i dont understand how people can just get tattoos without even giving it a second thought i cant even find the commitment to stick a sticker somewhere

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sollux:

the best part about blogging is that no one actually knows if youre naked or not

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In the winter of 2011, photographer and furniture designer Ana Kraš flew from her home in Belgrade, Serbia, to Los Angeles, where she’d been sent by a European magazine to photograph artist-musician Devendra Banhart. Within five minutes, he asked her to marry him. Despite her initial impulse to flee, she stayed—and the two have been together ever since. 
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In the winter of 2011, photographer and furniture designer Ana Kraš flew from her home in Belgrade, Serbia, to Los Angeles, where she’d been sent by a European magazine to photograph artist-musician Devendra Banhart. Within five minutes, he asked her to marry him. Despite her initial impulse to flee, she stayed—and the two have been together ever since. 

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