Inessa tattoo

(Source: uglyandold, via tess-vlkoslak)


Shimamoto sensei’s Aikido is fluid and elegant.

"The similarity between Van Gogh, Haiku poetry, and good photography is the concern for mortality. That things are very fleeting, that there are people who are more sensitive to death than others. The threat of time is of great concern to them. And the camera is a very appropriate instrument for many."

Dennis Stock (via phenomenaaa)

(Source: onlyoldphotography, via fuckyeahexistentialism)


Dionysus riding a panther ~ Greek mosaic

(via okayophelia)

(Source: mildcakes, via fudoshim)


Jess of High Waisted  jumping on my bed

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September slips into the cracks
of clavicles and scarves,
nature at large,
as leaves scatter in mosaic shards,
abstract - yet a familiar design
of harvest moons and autumn skies
while endless days - surrender 
to a reign of night
- falling
like the curtain call
of summer’s 
final rites



day twelve of fuckyeahcalligraphy's 30 days calligraphy challenge: write an inspirational “you are___” message for someone

here’s the story, if you’re interested.
when I was really down after a little meet-up, which didn’t turn out very well, I posted a picture of my feet on the underground to Instagram and signed it “someone really likes to come home sad after meet-ups”.
a friend of my father’s, Anastasia, who follows me on Instagram, commented: “babe don’t be so sad, you are the sunshine”
that is now the phrase that I repeat to myself every time I feel like everything is shit, and I think that all of the time for the past couple of weeks, and this phrase gets me smiling.
this is to anyone, who feels like they aren’t worthy, like everything is against them - I am with you. for someone out there in this truly amazing, huge world,
You are the sunshine

Thank you, that is a wonderful story