River of Constant Change
I'm Chris in Toronto and I'm 52 and married and this is my personal Tumblr blog of relatively random and eclectic thoughts, likes and re-blogged postings related to my varied interests, hobbies, passions, personality and professional work, ie: Progressive/ Passionate Music - History - Science Fiction - Fantasy - Art - Photography - Sensuality - Sexuality - Beautiful Women (with tasteful nudity) -- and whatever else catches my eye or sparks my interest.
My main musical passions include: Neil Young, Klaus Schulze, Genesis (+ solo Steve Hackett, Peter Gabriel, Anthony Phillips), Pink Floyd, Tangerine Dream, Kate Bush, Renaissance... Musical and other special interest postings are well tagged, so feel free to tag search by adding: '/tagged/search+terms' to my blog URL.
The title of my blog comes from a favorite song by Genesis, "Firth of Fifth," that captures the central theme of my life, history and the nature of Tumblr blogging: "The sands of time were eroded by
The river of constant change"
Sagittarius Style >
dinnertime (by metakephoto)
aren’t they adorable?
Andrzej Malinowski, 1947.
Bondi beach, Australia
From Thomerama thomerama
my first job was shelving books in a library. i had the best of intentions but i often wiled away hours hiding in the stacks and reading.
They don’t make them like that anymore / vintage pulp book cover
Wonder Woman #275 (1981) art by Jose Delbo and Dave Hunt
July Book Haul
Stained Glass Foliage by Björn Burton Photography on Flickr.
In the Mist by Angie-Pictures
Piros ruha, fehér bugyi… (ez erotikus…)
From the Archives…
Model/muah: Caroline Aquino
Photo/©: Travis Haight Photography
Bartholomeus van der Helst (1613-1670), Portrait of Anna du Pire as Granida,1660,detail.
Fall Austria 2 by ChristianFischbacher
Fall by Cosmin Anghel
Meet Charlie’s newest Angels.
<1000 notes lessthan1000notes: this week’s theme: swing
Erotic and Fantasy Art
selected by Girl Art girlart
Juli by Ilya Lysenko
Amazing Stories, June 1950 cover art by Robert Gibson Jones.
(via Goddess Of The Volcano)
John Bramlett, Trouble—Texas Style, 1964 cover art by Robert McGinnis.
(via Killer Covers: Month of McGinnis: “Trouble—Texas Style”)
Freeman Elliott - “Winning Aces” 1940’s. Elliott was commissioned by Brown & Bigelow to produce two sets of playing cards shortly after WWII. This beautiful illustration appeared on one of those sets.