thirtymilesout:

“What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the Sunset.”
Crowfoot, 1890, as quoted in Catch the Whisper of the Wind compiled by Cheewa James

thirtymilesout:

“What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the Sunset.”

Crowfoot, 1890, as quoted in Catch the Whisper of the Wind compiled by Cheewa James


Swordfishtrombone
Tom Waits
Swordfishtrombones

batteredshoes:

Tom Waits | Swordfishtrombone

He got twenty years for lovin’ her from some Oklahoma governor
Said everything this doughboy does is wrong…


Do anything, but let it produce joy.
Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass  (via womanbythesea)

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malformalady:

Timothy Clark Smith’s grave in New Haven’s Evergreen Cemetery. Smith was a 19th century doctor with an incurable fear, taphephobia — defined as an irrationally morbid fear of being buried alive. Fear of being buried alive was elaborated to the extent that those who could afford it would make all sorts of arrangements for the construction of a “safety coffin”, or other safety measures to put in place. Dr. Smith was buried in a specially prepared grave with his face positioned beneath a cement tube that leads to the surface. The 6ft tube ended at a piece of 14×14 inch plate glass allowing Tim to gaze upward towards the Vermont skies in the event that he was buried alive. For extra protection, a bell was supposedly placed in his hands that he could ring in case he woke up.
Photo credit  (top)Geoff Howard, (bottom)LINK

malformalady:

Timothy Clark Smith’s grave in New Haven’s Evergreen Cemetery. Smith was a 19th century doctor with an incurable fear, taphephobia — defined as an irrationally morbid fear of being buried alive. Fear of being buried alive was elaborated to the extent that those who could afford it would make all sorts of arrangements for the construction of a “safety coffin”, or other safety measures to put in place. Dr. Smith was buried in a specially prepared grave with his face positioned beneath a cement tube that leads to the surface. The 6ft tube ended at a piece of 14×14 inch plate glass allowing Tim to gaze upward towards the Vermont skies in the event that he was buried alive. For extra protection, a bell was supposedly placed in his hands that he could ring in case he woke up.

Photo credit  (top)Geoff Howard, (bottom)LINK


Moonlight Sonata
Beethoven

Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata [x]

(via lyshaeskro)


doyoulikevintage:

1940 Ford COE

doyoulikevintage:

1940 Ford COE


jenniferpalmer:

Jennifer Laura Palmer, Louisville, Kentucky, Mixed Media on a Map, 10.5 x 16 in., 2014. 


natgeofound:

A British airman gives a signal to another friendly aircraft, 1918.Photograph by Central News Photo Service, National Geographic Creative

natgeofound:

A British airman gives a signal to another friendly aircraft, 1918.Photograph by Central News Photo Service, National Geographic Creative

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breathtakingdestinations:

Chiltern Hills - England (von (flicts))

breathtakingdestinations:

Chiltern Hills - England (von (flicts))

(via fuckitandmovetobritain)


allaboutmary:

Corazón de María
A Spanish lithograph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

allaboutmary:

Corazón de María

A Spanish lithograph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

(via sisterwolf)



Storms and Led Zeppelin!

Storms and Led Zeppelin!