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15 April 12

Reblogged: tiltingtowardthesun

14 April 12

Reblogged: nirvikalpa-deactivated20130416

15 March 12
She really can’t do wrong.

elle:

Corrine Bailey Rae in Miu Miu. 
Photo: Adam Katz Sinding/Le 21ème Arrondissement

She really can’t do wrong.

elle:

Corrine Bailey Rae in Miu Miu. 

Photo: Adam Katz Sinding/Le 21ème Arrondissement

(Source: elle)

Reblogged: fuckyeahcurlscurlscurls

9 February 12
an old Sartorialist favorite.

an old Sartorialist favorite.

Reblogged: kinkynproud

5 February 12
Gert’s homemade vegetarian marshmallows on an antique campfire roasting fork.  (Taken with instagram)

Gert’s homemade vegetarian marshmallows on an antique campfire roasting fork. (Taken with instagram)

4 February 12
An old frog friend from the swamp. #nofilter (Taken with instagram)

An old frog friend from the swamp. #nofilter (Taken with instagram)

Tags: nofilter
30 January 12
If it’s not #organic you might as well eat this (Taken with instagram)

If it’s not #organic you might as well eat this (Taken with instagram)

Tags: organic
29 January 12
vestedbee:

Super stunning 1930’s headdress. I want it! :)
susannacole:

A towering headdress and plug earrings adorn a 1930s Balinese djanger dancer, part of a coed performance that was “more of popular fun than of temple dance or disciplined art,” wrote Maynard Owen Williams in his March 1939 Geographic article, “Bali and Points East.” The dance’s male participants “at times resemble a troupe of cheer leaders made up like Groucho Marx,” noted Williams. “Syncopated movement, swaying forms, flashing fingers, and glittering crowns in high relief against deep shadows under the banyan tree—such is the djanger.”
— Margaret G. Zackowitz
Ph: Andre Roosevelt

vestedbee:

Super stunning 1930’s headdress. I want it! :)

susannacole:

A towering headdress and plug earrings adorn a 1930s Balinese djanger dancer, part of a coed performance that was “more of popular fun than of temple dance or disciplined art,” wrote Maynard Owen Williams in his March 1939 Geographic article, “Bali and Points East.” The dance’s male participants “at times resemble a troupe of cheer leaders made up like Groucho Marx,” noted Williams. “Syncopated movement, swaying forms, flashing fingers, and glittering crowns in high relief against deep shadows under the banyan tree—such is the djanger.”

— Margaret G. Zackowitz

Ph: Andre Roosevelt

Reblogged: vestedbee

30 December 11

Reblogged: naturalhairteens

Posted: 5:51 PM

Reblogged: naturalhairteens

Tags: dream hair
Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh