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amare-habeo:

Mathilde Vollmoeller-Purrmann (German, 1876 - 1943)
Still Life with checkered tablecloth (Stillleben mit karierter Tischdecke),1903
Museen Böttcherstraße, Bremen, Germany

amare-habeo:

Mathilde Vollmoeller-Purrmann (German, 1876 - 1943)

Still Life with checkered tablecloth (Stillleben mit karierter Tischdecke),1903

Museen Böttcherstraße, Bremen, Germany

(via beverleyshiller)

“And the days that I keep my gratitude higher than my expectations, I have really good days.”

—   Ray Wylie Hubbard (via alifelivedwell)

(Source: emergentpattern, via beverleyshiller)

libutron:

Maidenhair fern
The Maidenhair fern belongs to the large and widespread genus Adiantum (Pteridaceae) which includes 150–200 species.
The genus name Adiantum comes from the Greek, adiantos, meaning unwettable, referring to the water-repellent fronds.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Iris Mackenzie
Locality: unknown

libutron:

Maidenhair fern

The Maidenhair fern belongs to the large and widespread genus Adiantum (Pteridaceae) which includes 150–200 species.

The genus name Adiantum comes from the Greek, adiantos, meaning unwettable, referring to the water-repellent fronds.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Iris Mackenzie

Locality: unknown

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How I Write: William Dalrymple

Jethro Buck
South of France by Alexandra Hedberg
Beth at The Cassandra Pages

Re Tigre

jooheeyoon:

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I finally got my copies! Wanted to share a few more interior images, and there’s also a big foldout in the middle showing the big fight. Seeing everything in person is even better than I imagined! The care taken with the binding and printing is simply amazing. A big thank you to Marco and everyone else involved in the production!

“You take delight not in a city’s seven or seventy wonders, but in the answer it gives to a question of yours.”

—   Italo Calvino, Invisible Cities

“Transformations require that we let go of familiar ways of doing things, without yet knowing what we will do next.”

—   Sheldon Kopp
Amelia Earhart

“You will find your own ethical dilemmas in all parts of your lives, both personal and professional. We all have different desires and needs, but if we don’t discover what we want from ourselves and what we stand for, we will live passively and unfulfilled. Sooner or later, we are all asked to compromise ourselves and the things we care about. We define ourselves by our actions. With each decision, we tell ourselves and the world who we are. Think about what you want out of this life, and recognize that there are many kinds of success.”