Turning pages over, run away to nowhere

September 13, 2014 | 08:20 PM | 2,503 notes
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vintagenatgeographic:

Bleak ruins of an abbey loom above the harbor at Whitby in Yorkshire, England
National Geographic | September 1971

vintagenatgeographic:

Bleak ruins of an abbey loom above the harbor at Whitby in Yorkshire, England

National Geographic | September 1971

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September 02, 2014 | 08:20 PM | 585 notes

siriusc:

Aristocrat~ (Dearli dress, Alice Auaa underskirt)

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August 28, 2014 | 08:20 PM | 139 notes
sunrisepaintings:

I painted today’s a bit early and didn’t catch the prettiest stage. That’s the problem with these paintings - never know what the next 5min is gonna look like.
But I happened to save enough in-progress shots for a gif! 
August 20, 2014

sunrisepaintings:

I painted today’s a bit early and didn’t catch the prettiest stage. That’s the problem with these paintings - never know what the next 5min is gonna look like.

But I happened to save enough in-progress shots for a gif! 

August 20, 2014

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August 25, 2014 | 03:57 PM | 1,991 notes
ausonia:

Plenty of shade on this street

ausonia:

Plenty of shade on this street

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1991
August 19, 2014 | 11:31 PM | 26 notes
retronauthq:

1911: “First Fashion Shoot”
The Spring collection from the then hugely famous Paul Poiret was published by the French magazine “Art et Decoration” in an article called L’Art de la Robe (The Art of Dress). The collection significantly included these photographs by a young and then unknown Edward Steichen whose models posed in a more naturalistic style – a break away from the traditional clothes mannequin.
Source

retronauthq:

1911: “First Fashion Shoot”

The Spring collection from the then hugely famous Paul Poiret was published by the French magazine “Art et Decoration” in an article called L’Art de la Robe (The Art of Dress). The collection significantly included these photographs by a young and then unknown Edward Steichen whose models posed in a more naturalistic style – a break away from the traditional clothes mannequin.

Source

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August 15, 2014 | 08:40 PM | 41,371 notes
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Jourdan, Sessilee, and Chanel @ Jean Paul Gaultier Spring/Summer 2009 Haute Couture

(Source: howtobeafuckinglady, via gentlemandeerlord)

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travelingcolors:

Durdle Door and Milky Way | England (by Tony Gill)
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