Rosary Garden

faeries-in-the-dreadfort:

Tina Guo: The Rains of Castamere

An arrangement of the haunting “Rains of Castamere” played on Cello and the traditional Chinese Erhu.

victoriousvocabulary:

BOSQUE
[noun]
Spanish: forest; woods; grove.
Etymology: from Late Latin boscus, from Proto-Germanic *buskaz, “bush, thicket”.
[Cory Godbey]

victoriousvocabulary:

BOSQUE

[noun]

Spanish: forest; woods; grove.

Etymology: from Late Latin boscus, from Proto-Germanic *buskaz, “bush, thicket”.

[Cory Godbey]

willowwaves94:

Goats pencil test, except I don’t really know how to draw goats. They are more like goat puppies without bones. The main point was to animate two same looking creatures with different personalities here. And I just think  little goats are really cute, while many of the big ones are kind of scary.

willowwaves94:

Goats pencil test, except I don’t really know how to draw goats. They are more like goat puppies without bones. The main point was to animate two same looking creatures with different personalities here. And I just think  little goats are really cute, while many of the big ones are kind of scary.

1337tattoos:

Aleksandr Tattoo

1337tattoos:

Aleksandr Tattoo

victoriousvocabulary:

MICROCOSM
[noun]
1. a miniature representation of something, especially a unit, group, or place regarded as a copy of a larger one; a little world; a world in miniature; a miniature form that represents a larger reality.
2. Philosophy:  a) a person regarded as epitomising the universe. b) human beings, humanity, society, or the like, viewed as an epitome or miniature of the world or universe.
3. anything that is regarded as a world in miniature.
Etymology: Middle English microcosme < Mediaeval Latin mīcrocosmus < Greek mīkròs kósmos - small world.
[Caroline Jamhour]

victoriousvocabulary:

MICROCOSM

[noun]

1. a miniature representation of something, especially a unit, group, or place regarded as a copy of a larger one; a little world; a world in miniature; a miniature form that represents a larger reality.

2. Philosophy:  a) a person regarded as epitomising the universe. b) human beings, humanity, society, or the like, viewed as an epitome or miniature of the world or universe.

3. anything that is regarded as a world in miniature.

Etymology: Middle English microcosme < Mediaeval Latin mīcrocosmus < Greek mīkròs kósmos - small world.

[Caroline Jamhour]

heilien:

Pearls 

sosuperawesome:

Postcards by Nicole Gustafsson aka nimasprout on Etsy


Szeged Synagogue, Hungary

Szeged Synagogue, Hungary

xunya:

reneeruinseverything:

Meadowlark Jewellery | DYNASTY -http://www.reneeruin.com/2014/09/meadowlark-jewellery-dynasty.html 

PHOTOGRAPHER: JONAS BRESNAN @ WM MANAGEMENT 
STYLIST: BEX SHEERS BEXSHEERS.COM 
HAIR: YUKIKO TAJIMA @WM MANAGEMENT 
MAKEUP: INGEBORG ENGELSMEN @ OPUS 
MODEL: KATE B @ NEXT SHOT AT: BROOKLYN PHOTO STUDIO, NY

Wow GODDAMN she is beautiful.

fuckyeahillustrativeart:

By: Rick Berry

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