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artmastered:

Claude Monet, Poppy Field in a Hollow near Giverny, c.1885

artmastered:

Claude Monet, Poppy Field in a Hollow near Giverny, c.1885

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On even more cities

dearcoquette:

Palo Alto?
Palo Alto isn’t a city. It’s a suburb that won the lottery.


Sacramento?
Sacramento is the most self-deprecating state capital in the country. Everyone I’ve ever met from Sacramento has been super cool, and yet no one seems proud to be from there.


What about San Diego?
San…

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boeuf-bourguignon:

Braided Pesto Bread

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moonandtrees:

headpieces by jenniferbehr.com

moonandtrees:

headpieces by jenniferbehr.com

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concocted:

Holding (by wsifrancis)

concocted:

Holding (by wsifrancis)

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crowcrow:

the garden collection // colors organized neatly
emily blincoe (prints here)
august 2013

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kingsguarding:

r e a r   w i n d o w s  |  by © gail albert halaban

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fairytrainer:

image

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thegetty:

thereliquary:

One of my favorite photos currently at the #Getty by #hiroshihamaya- ‘Children Singing in a Snow Cave’- Niigata Prefecture, 1956. Hamaya is quoted about the photo, he says, “The village Toka-machi is famous for snow. On the night of the Lunar New Year, snow caves are made all over town. Children light candles, bring braziers, and have dinner inside. Adults are invited to be their guests. They sing bird-chasing songs to the beat of clappers. It’s the children’s kingdom all through the towns and villages.” …Is there anything more lovely than that?

Ah yes, the imagery of magical, glowing bubbles in the snow-covered Japanese landscape. Lovely.
Japan’s Modern Divide is on view until August 26!

thegetty:

thereliquary:

One of my favorite photos currently at the #Getty by #hiroshihamaya- ‘Children Singing in a Snow Cave’- Niigata Prefecture, 1956. Hamaya is quoted about the photo, he says, “The village Toka-machi is famous for snow. On the night of the Lunar New Year, snow caves are made all over town. Children light candles, bring braziers, and have dinner inside. Adults are invited to be their guests. They sing bird-chasing songs to the beat of clappers. It’s the children’s kingdom all through the towns and villages.” …Is there anything more lovely than that?

Ah yes, the imagery of magical, glowing bubbles in the snow-covered Japanese landscape. Lovely.

Japan’s Modern Divide is on view until August 26!

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calivintage:

Vanessa Jackman»

calivintage:

Vanessa Jackman»

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malcolmxing:

"A lady and her chai" | by Valerie Rosen

malcolmxing:

"A lady and her chai" | by Valerie Rosen

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t-a-h-i-t-i:

Yazd, Imamzadeh Jafar, Iran by BeeFortyTwo

t-a-h-i-t-i:

Yazd, Imamzadeh Jafar, Iran by BeeFortyTwo

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