August 27, 2014
nevver:

What We See When We Read

nevver:

What We See When We Read

August 27, 2014
mimbeau:

Brassaï
Paris 1937

mimbeau:

Brassaï

Paris 1937

August 27, 2014
nevver:

A summer’s night melancholy, Michael Sowa

nevver:

A summer’s night melancholy, Michael Sowa

August 20, 2014
lensblr-network:

I miss poppies and colorsFlowers 2014
by icardamome.tumblr.com

lensblr-network:

I miss poppies and colors

Flowers 2014

August 20, 2014
visual-poetry:

by darren bader
[via]

visual-poetry:

by darren bader

[via]

August 20, 2014
npr:

smithsonianlibraries:

Hints to Young Yacht Skippers is the name of the book and “don’t go in the water” is hint #1.
The shark pictured (obviously showing off) is a Great White Shark, Carcharodon carcharias, which you can find in the Biodiversity Heritage Library’s Shark Week Collection, or their Flickr set, Sharks!

Love the gifs that the smithsonian is putting on its Tumblr.

npr:

smithsonianlibraries:

Hints to Young Yacht Skippers is the name of the book and “don’t go in the water” is hint #1.

The shark pictured (obviously showing off) is a Great White Shark, Carcharodon carcharias, which you can find in the Biodiversity Heritage Library’s Shark Week Collection, or their Flickr set, Sharks!

Love the gifs that the smithsonian is putting on its Tumblr.

August 20, 2014
lensblr-network:

by 8xBAŁŁ  (8xball.tumblr.com)

lensblr-network:

August 17, 2014
annfriedman:

I wrote about the pleasures of drinking alone for The Gentlewoman.

annfriedman:

I wrote about the pleasures of drinking alone for The Gentlewoman.

(via lifeonsundays)

August 17, 2014
fashion1930s:

Woman as lily

fashion1930s:

Woman as lily

(Source: pioggia-secca, via blackshirtfistbump)

August 17, 2014

nevver:

Best Coast, Amy Ruppel

August 17, 2014
nevver:

Phrenology

nevver:

Phrenology

August 17, 2014

deviatesinc:

Elizabeth Bishop with her cat, Minnow, 1938

photos by Louise Crane

(via decadentiacoprofaga)

August 10, 2014
theparisreview:

“At the start, it seems, Hemingway was attempting to write a novel very different from what would become The Sun Also Rises, which made his name as one of ‘those ones with their clear restrained writing.’ He imagined a book in which the ‘whole business’ of life gets expressed, in all of its messy detours and associations.”
The New Yorker on Ernest Hemingway’s old notes from an early version of The Sun Also Rises.

theparisreview:

“At the start, it seems, Hemingway was attempting to write a novel very different from what would become The Sun Also Rises, which made his name as one of ‘those ones with their clear restrained writing.’ He imagined a book in which the ‘whole business’ of life gets expressed, in all of its messy detours and associations.”

The New Yorker on Ernest Hemingway’s old notes from an early version of The Sun Also Rises.