Notes

Images - Remarks

mudwerks:

Brigitte Bardot (by dovima_is_devine_II)

mudwerks:

Brigitte Bardot (by dovima_is_devine_II)

echoborealis:

sexykinkybeauty:
A Roman fresco in Pompeii depicting cunnilingus.

echoborealis:

sexykinkybeauty:

A Roman fresco in Pompeii depicting cunnilingus.

off-with-the-faeries:

cosmosonic:

Cecil Beaton 

~Realm of the Fae~
madamedevereshideaway:

The sand’s of time
Photo of  Laetitia Casta by Phillip Dixon for Elle France

madamedevereshideaway:

The sand’s of time

Photo of  Laetitia Casta by Phillip Dixon for Elle France

(via una-lady-italiana)

supruntu:

Elliott Erwitt

supruntu:

Elliott Erwitt

ancientpeoples:

Ivory horse frontlet 
Decorated with a nude goddess holding lions and lotus flowers
Mesopotamian, Assyrian Period, Neo-Assyrian, 9th - 8th century BC. 
Source: Metropolitan Museum

ancientpeoples:

Ivory horse frontlet 

Decorated with a nude goddess holding lions and lotus flowers

Mesopotamian, Assyrian Period, Neo-Assyrian, 9th - 8th century BC. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

robotcosmonaut:

The Velvet Underground & Nico
malformalady:

A lady collecting rainwater in West Bengal, India, in 2012
Photo credit: Prasanta Biswas

malformalady:

A lady collecting rainwater in West Bengal, India, in 2012

Photo credit: Prasanta Biswas

(via echoborealis)

federer7:

Brassai, Poster of Marlene Dietrich, Paris 1937

federer7:

Brassai, Poster of Marlene Dietrich, Paris 1937

(Quelle: leclownlyrique.wordpress.com, via una-lady-italiana)

go4photos:

singular forms by telmomarcal

go4photos:

singular forms by telmomarcal

killerbeesting:

Johan Hagemeyer, Reflection in Chrysler Hub Cap, 1947

killerbeesting:

Johan Hagemeyer, Reflection in Chrysler Hub Cap, 1947

historical-nonfiction:

Ethiopia’s Emperor Menelik II believed that the Bible had curative powers, and he would eat a few pages of it to help restore his health whenever he felt sick. However, he died in 1913 as a result of eating the entire Book of Kings. 

historical-nonfiction:

Ethiopia’s Emperor Menelik II believed that the Bible had curative powers, and he would eat a few pages of it to help restore his health whenever he felt sick. However, he died in 1913 as a result of eating the entire Book of Kings. 

lapitiedangereuse:

Sophia