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Vivaviv

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(Source: urhajos, via weareallstarstuff)

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poboh:

Pleasant Dreams, 1852,  Henry Nelson O’Neil.  Russian. Active in English (1817-1880)
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poboh:

Pleasant Dreams, 1852, Henry Nelson O’Neil. Russian. Active in English (1817-1880)

(via blueruins)

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mudwerks:

The Pictorial Arts: Woodland Faerie
M. T. Ross — Woodland Faerie — 1914
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mudwerks:

The Pictorial Arts: Woodland Faerie

M. T. Ross — Woodland Faerie — 1914

(via artofnarrative)

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victoriousvocabulary:

AFFETTUOSO
[adverb/adjective]
also affettuosamente or affectueusement  – with affect (that is, with emotion); with feeling; in a loving, tender way; affectionate, fond, loving.

Etymology: Italian, derived from Late Latin affectuosus.
[Enkel Dika]
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victoriousvocabulary:

AFFETTUOSO

[adverb/adjective]

also affettuosamente or affectueusement  – with affect (that is, with emotion); with feeling; in a loving, tender way; affectionate, fond, loving.

Etymology: Italian, derived from Late Latin affectuosus.

[Enkel Dika]

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Jupiter rising over moonlit Mt. Shasta
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Jupiter rising over moonlit Mt. Shasta

(Source: astropics.com)

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Love Song

Beloved,
I have to adore the earth:

The wind must have heard
your voice once.
It echoes and sings like you.

The soil must have tasted
you once.
It is laden with your scent.

The trees honor you
in gold
and blush when you pass.

I know why the north country
is frozen.
It has been trying to preserve
your memory.

I know why the desert
burns with fever.
It was wept too long without you.

On hands and knees,
the ocean begs up the beach,
and falls at your feet.

I have to adore
the mirror of the earth.
You have taught her well
how to be beautiful.

By: Henry Dumas

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thelittlesea:

“We’re all just walking each other home.” - Ram Dass
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thelittlesea:

“We’re all just walking each other home.” - Ram Dass

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turnofthecentury:

La danse,1898 by Alphonse Mucha [more]
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turnofthecentury:

La danse,1898 by Alphonse Mucha [more]

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Luna 

by Kinuko Y. Craft 
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Luna 

by Kinuko Y. Craft 

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Healing 
by Autumn Skye Morrison 
24”x36” acrylic on canvas 2013 
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Healing 

by Autumn Skye Morrison 

24”x36” acrylic on canvas 2013 

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Bubble Power 
by Josephine Wall
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Bubble Power

by Josephine Wall

(Source: josephinewall.co.uk)

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“The Parting of Heaven and Earth” from “Tales Told at Twilight” 1904 by Katherine M. Iliffe and Illustrated by P.J. Billinghurst
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“The Parting of Heaven and Earth”
from “Tales Told at Twilight” 1904
by Katherine M. Iliffe and Illustrated by P.J. Billinghurst

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birdsong217:

Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh (1864-1933)
Junirosen, 1898. Pencil and watercolours on paper.
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birdsong217:

Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh (1864-1933)

Junirosen, 1898. Pencil and watercolours on paper.

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