Wednesday with 2,290 notes / reblog
Wednesday with 607 notes / reblog
costumefilms:

Janet Montgomery, Poppy Drayton and Lily James in Downton Abbey Series 4 Christmas Special (2013), photographed by Nick Briggs for Harper’s Bazaar UK (December 2013 issue).
Tuesday with 10,168 notes / reblog
Tuesday with 4 notes / reblog
adorablechildren:

Simon and Tiree by Craig Richardson on Flickr.
Monday with 53,573 notes / reblog

I miss him more than I miss what I was without him.

Sunday with 0 notes / reblog
I hate my cats. #Confessions
Sunday with 1,384 notes / reblog
naturalsceneries:

Cherry Blossoms, Washington, D.C. Source: lunchablezz (reddit)
Friday with 422 notes / reblog
thetentsofbryantpark:

Elie Saab at Paris Fashion Week Fall 2014
Thursday with 17,343 notes / reblog
Thursday with 9,641 notes / reblog
dreamsludge:

mommy-queerest:

likejustwhy:

mommy-queerest:

Tea for two

i dont think anybody wanted to see this

art isnt always about whats aesthetically pleasing. Sometimes you need to show people reality. This is real shit. This is what life is after partying and being a wild thin teen and reading bullshit books about werewolves. It isn’t clear skin and skinny bodies and free time forever.
Its stretch marks, wrinkles, shitty baby diapers and laying in weird ass positions to keep your children happy because you love them more than your comfort or your smooth pert body. Its being overweight and having sex, wrinkly fat sweaty real shit adult parent long term relationship sex and then trying to slip in half an hour of sleep before your kid flips shit at 1am. And its poetic and awesome. Fuck your skinny smooth boring ass ideal of what life should be that you ripped out of some dumb ass teen cosmo. My life is goddamn beautiful even if my belly is a wreck.

perfect
Thursday with 22 notes / reblog
Thursday with 2,187 notes / reblog
euo:

I’m too Sad To Not Tell You, 1970. Bas Jan Ader
 
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Sunday with 55 notes / reblog
indypendenthistory:

April 1937. “Girl at Gee’s Bend. Descendants of slaves of the Pettway family are still living very primitively on the plantation.” Wilcox County, Alabama. Medium format nitrate negative by Arthur Rothstein for the FSA.
 (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Picture Window: 1937)