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it places the lotion in the basket.


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“Unless you make some big mistakes you are never going to grow. You’ve got to make mistakes. I’ve made one a week. And if you don’t make them then you won’t become a self-invented man. I’ve got to learn to make mistakes to understand the character that I am clawing the air for. People like watching people who make mistakes, but they prefer watching a man who survives his mistakes. To make a mistake in life and survive it, is the biggest kick of all.”

— David Bowie

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#David Bowie 
mrsroot:

Cordylus cataphractus

mrsroot:

Cordylus cataphractus

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#Idris Elba 
stephaniemaxwell:

These are amazing! Hand-painted designs on yoga mats. I can’t decide if I like the oriental or southwestern design better. 

stephaniemaxwell:

These are amazing! Hand-painted designs on yoga mats. I can’t decide if I like the oriental or southwestern design better. 

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Rajasthan, India by Steve McCurry.

Rajasthan, India by Steve McCurry.

#Steve McCurry  #India 
Puddle is a woodcut print by the Dutch artist M. C. Escher, first printed in February 1952.This print is a realistic depiction of a simple image that portrays two perspectives at once. It depicts an unpaved road with a large pool of water in the middle of it at twilight. Turning the print upside-down and focusing strictly on the reflection in the water, it becomes a depiction of a forest with a full moon overhead. The road is soft and muddy and in it there are two distinctly different sets of tire tracks, two sets of footprints going in opposite directions and two bicycle tracks. Escher has thus captured three elements: the water, sky and earth.

Puddle is a woodcut print by the Dutch artist M. C. Escher, first printed in February 1952.

This print is a realistic depiction of a simple image that portrays two perspectives at once. It depicts an unpaved road with a large pool of water in the middle of it at twilight. Turning the print upside-down and focusing strictly on the reflection in the water, it becomes a depiction of a forest with a full moon overhead. The road is soft and muddy and in it there are two distinctly different sets of tire tracks, two sets of footprints going in opposite directions and two bicycle tracks. Escher has thus captured three elements: the water, sky and earth.

#M. C. Escher  #Puddle  #woodcut  #print 

#St. Vincent 
ac5s:

Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989)Full image here. (1920x3667 2.2 Mb)

ac5s:

Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989)
Full image here. (1920x3667 2.2 Mb)

#Kiki's Delivery Service  #Hayao Miyazaki 

dutchster:

when the doorbell rings and i know it’s the pizza guy

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visualus:

by Tomás Gianelli, 2011.

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#Roberto Burle Marx 
“The universe is a continuous web.
Touch it at any point and the whole web quivers.”

— Stanley Kunitz, Tongues of Fallen Angels: Conversations with Jorge Luis Borges (And Others)

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#Stanley Kunitz 

   
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