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reneeking:

Florida motel    ©  melanie king

reneeking:

Florida motel    ©  melanie king

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thedeathofyouth:

ANDREA 42 OF 53
If you love this image, click here to see the rest of her set.

thedeathofyouth:

ANDREA 42 OF 53

If you love this image, click here to see the rest of her set.

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lilithsplace:

'Woman in White', 1971 - Francisco Zúñiga (1912–1998)
source:

lilithsplace:

'Woman in White', 1971 - Francisco Zúñiga (1912–1998)

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(via kundst)

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kundst:

Alan Feltus (US 1943)

kundst:

Alan Feltus (US 1943)

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liquidnight:

Eugène Atget
St. Severin Church rectory entrance, 2 rue de la Parcheminerie in Paris, between 1912-1927
[From the Réunion des Musées Nationaux]

liquidnight:

Eugène Atget

St. Severin Church rectory entrance, 2 rue de la Parcheminerie in Paris, between 1912-1927

[From the Réunion des Musées Nationaux]

— 5 days ago with 154 notes

thegetty:

Banned Books Week—History Edition

This page was removed from the 13th-century Morgan Picture Bible. Why?

It was owned in the 1600s by Persian ruler Shah Abbas, who, it is suspected, did not approve of this story about a son’s defiance of his father.

This page shows the battle between the armies of traitoroous Absalom and his father King David, and Absalom’s death.

Zoom into the illumination: here.

Banned Books Week celebrates the freedom to read. This week we’re sharing examples of books from cultural history that have been attacked, vilified, or otherwise banned.

Scenes from the Life of Absalom, about 1250, French. J. Paul Getty Museum.

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mountvision:

Woman reading on the L train to Brooklyn, ink.
Gregory Muenzen

mountvision:

Woman reading on the L train to Brooklyn, ink.

Gregory Muenzen

— 5 days ago with 40 notes