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Hi! My name is Darina, and I'm from Russia.
This blog is about all I'm interested in: fashion, jewelry, la belle epoque, design, boys, sex - it became too tight in my head
Donald’s Diary (1954) (x)
Crypt and tree merge in an old cemetery in Kalaupapa National Park in Hawaii.
Life meets death
Krikor Jabotian S/S 2014
Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)
Tanzanite from Tanzania
by Dan Weinrich
Shirley Maclaine and Robert Mitchum in What a Way to Go! (1964)
When Caroline Walter of Freiburg, Germany died at the age of 16, her sister, ,Selma, had a sculptor cast a life size sculpture for the gravestone - Every morning since Caroline’s funeral, a fresh flower was found tucked in the crook of the arm, and still is to this day - Nobody knows who leaves it - Every single morning! - Caroline died in 1867 - For 146 years, someone has been leaving flowers…
Grand Central, NYC 1929
Its not possible anymore to take such photograph, as the buildings outside block the sun rays.
A mother wolf teaching her cubs to howl.
Gabriel von Max - The Ecstatic Virgin Anna Katharina Emmerich (1885) from Beauty by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro
stunning Rhodochrosite slice
spectacular color and formation, wow !
Céline Summer 2014 by Juergen Teller
Fantastic Story Magazine Summer 1954. Cover art by Walter Popp (via)
Illustration by Warwick Goble for Folk Tales of Bengal (1912) (via)
Teenage motorcycle rider c. 1950s (via)
"Reaching for the Moon" by Edward Eggleston c.1930s
England 1969 - London, Piccadilly looking towards Piccadilly Circus by borntobewild1946 on Flickr.
Veiled figures,Raffaelo Monti (1818–1881)
Herbert Draper, Pot Pourri
Herbert Draper (by hauk sven)
Lili Damita photographed by Madame d’Ora c. 1920s (via)
White Pocket (Arizona) by Kevin Russ.
Loggers and the giant Mark Twain redwood cut down in California, 1892.
This photo and others from the National Geographic archives are being auctioned by Christie’s in an exclusive, online-only sale from July 19-29, see here for detailsPhotograph by N.E. Beckwith
'Another victory for the forces of darkness' by Baron József Árpád Koppay von Drétoma also known as J. Koppay: 1894 (via)