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krokoart:

Ken RokoSeaside 02: Giclee Fine Art Print 13X19Please Check out more images from Etsy.com:https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/krokoart?section_id=12480058

krokoart:

Ken Roko
Seaside 02: Giclee Fine Art Print 13X19

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oliverscarlin:

Helianthus annuus ~ Watercolour on paper
This was a birthday gift for a friend, quicker than my usual approach. Been a long time since I’ve done a watercolour! Been super busy at class, cramming new concepts into my brain. Doing this sunflower was pretty relaxing.

oliverscarlin:


Helianthus annuus
 ~ Watercolour on paper

This was a birthday gift for a friend, quicker than my usual approach. Been a long time since I’ve done a watercolour! Been super busy at class, cramming new concepts into my brain. Doing this sunflower was pretty relaxing.

visitheworld:

Green stairs in Palácio da Pena park, Sintra, Portugal (by NunoVicente).

visitheworld:

Green stairs in Palácio da Pena park, Sintra, Portugal (by NunoVicente).

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“The opposite of deja vu is ‘jamais vu.’ Jamais vu is not remembering something you always see.”

—   (via psych-facts)

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beeple:

chubby tues

beeple:

chubby tues

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robsessed-ali:

Every move you make..~

robsessed-ali:

Every move you make..~

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“A purpose of human life, no matter who is controlling it, is to love whoever is around to be loved.”

caitlingillam:

Portugal: Castelo Dos Mouros by Simone Angelucci on Flickr.

“What interests me about novelists as a species is the obsessiveness of the activity, the fact that novelists have to go on writing. I think that probably must come from a sense of the irrecoverable. In every novelist’s life there is some more acute sense of loss than with other people, and I suppose I must have felt that. I didn’t realize it, I suppose, till the last ten or fifteen years. In fact you have to write novels to begin to understand this. There’s a kind of backwardness in the novel…an attempt to get back to a lost world.”

—   John Fowles (via booklover)

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torontofoodphotographer:

Iron Wood detail of Ai WeiWei sculpture

torontofoodphotographer:

Iron Wood detail of Ai WeiWei sculpture

westeastsouthnorth:

Arnarstapi, Iceland

westeastsouthnorth:

Arnarstapi, Iceland

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“Writers don’t write from experience, though many are resistant to admit that they don’t. I want to be clear about this. If you wrote from experience, you’d get maybe one book, maybe three poems. Writers write from empathy.”

—   American activist, writer, educator and commentator, Nikki Giovanni (via ingridrdiaz)

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