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Palais des Beaux-arts de Lille.

    Palais des Beaux-arts de Lille.

    (Source: bidici, via wildlingprincess)

     
  2. bransharks:

    "Even though it’s a fantasy world and fictional, it’s not that far from the truth in some ways. There are a lot of people out there who are really suffering. Young people, kids, suffering terrible fates. It does affect you. I’m sitting here in this wonderful film set, extremely lucky. And not that far away there are people suffering hugely." 

    -Isaac Hempstead-Wright

     

    (via an-obsessive-life)

     
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  4. allthingseurope:


Basel Sunset (by Ghetu Daniel)
     
  5. We have to dare to be ourselves, however frightening or strange that self may prove to be.
    — May Sarton (via observando)

    (via abearandhisfoxylady)

     
  6. madebyfinn:

Shot this morning from a helicopter in Alberta, Canada.

    madebyfinn:

    Shot this morning from a helicopter in Alberta, Canada.

    (via ohaldir)

     
  7. ilovereadingandwriting:

bookstore (via Pin by Lorena Garcia on Comedy | Pinterest)
     
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  10. Peter, listen to me. Secrets have a cost. They’re not free. Not now, not ever.

    (Source: eathons, via an-obsessive-life)

     
  11. word-stuck:

Tenalach, a word used in the hills and mountains in the west of Ireland, allows one to literally hear the earth sing. (submitted by tenalach)

    word-stuck:

    Tenalach, a word used in the hills and mountains in the west of Ireland, allows one to literally hear the earth sing. (submitted by tenalach)

     
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  14. The Avengers

    (Source: mellarkfrosting, via an-obsessive-life)

     
  15. Le monde est grand, mais en nous
    Il est profonde comme la mer.

    The world is large, but in us
    it is as deep as the sea.
    — Rainer Maria Rilke, opening quote to Gaston Bachelard’s Intimate Immensity, in The Poetics of Space (via goldencages)

    (Source: rozenstruikjes, via wildlingprincess)