It's true what they say.

let's hear it   ✿ Annie. Health Science: Community Health major. 20. My favorite things in life include fashion, French culture, the 1920s, music, movies, frozen yogurt (yes, frozen yogurt.), my grandma Peaches, polar bears, poppies, over-the-knee socks, yoga, alternative medicine, my family, my cat yankee, new york city, the aurora borealis, the ocean, heath ledger, traveling, music festivals, live music, sailing, cory kennedy and grapefruits ✿

"Once in his life, every man is entitled to fall madly in love with a gorgeous redhead."- Lucille Ball

“Charm is more valuable than beauty. You can resist beauty, but you can’t resist charm…”
— Audrey Tatou, Hors de Prix

excdus:

Bronson Caves
"The Bronson Caves are located in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park and are famous as a stage set to countless moition pictures and television shows. Reflecting on this history, the caves are documented on various formats and film stocks over time as an unchanging landscape amidst a chaotic specter of fictional realities.
In the series of photographs titled Bronson Caves, the caves served as a stage set yet again. I performed actions for the camera with massive sheets of colored paper. Since a long-exposure photograph was produced rather than a motion picture, the papers were recorded as voluminous, glowing colors. The materiality of the rainbowed forms, emerging from the mouth of the cave, dancing about the canyon, and bubbling up from the ground, are based solely in the photographic process, and can only be experienced when viewing the final photographic prints.” 
Brice Bischoff

excdus:

Bronson Caves

"The Bronson Caves are located in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park and are famous as a stage set to countless moition pictures and television shows. Reflecting on this history, the caves are documented on various formats and film stocks over time as an unchanging landscape amidst a chaotic specter of fictional realities.

In the series of photographs titled Bronson Caves, the caves served as a stage set yet again. I performed actions for the camera with massive sheets of colored paper. Since a long-exposure photograph was produced rather than a motion picture, the papers were recorded as voluminous, glowing colors. The materiality of the rainbowed forms, emerging from the mouth of the cave, dancing about the canyon, and bubbling up from the ground, are based solely in the photographic process, and can only be experienced when viewing the final photographic prints.” 

Brice Bischoff

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babygonzo:

I wish I could skip all this and just be 25 w a serious job and in a serious relationship I hate all this figuring out things

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cinamatica:

theartfulgarden:
The Eden Project is the largest plant enclosure in the world, built in the lightest and most ecological way possible. The project is situated in a 15-hectare landscaped site, formerly a worked-out Cornish clay pit.

cinamatica:

theartfulgarden:

The Eden Project is the largest plant enclosure in the world, built in the lightest and most ecological way possible. The project is situated in a 15-hectare landscaped site, formerly a worked-out Cornish clay pit.

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"We have a government that says it’s okay to eat Twinkies and Cocoa Puffs and Mountain Dew, but it’s illegal to drink raw milk and eat compost-grown tomatoes and Aunt Matilda’s pickles."

From sustainable farmer Joel Salatin. Quote captured by Amy Eddings on WNYC Culture blog.

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commedesbrazil:

i fuck with beyonce bc she can go from this

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to this

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and that is truly my being

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