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Astrid Ocampo. I'm lost in the complexities of life but I get by.
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thegetty:

Chivalry first developed as a code of honor that emphasized bravery, loyalty, and generosity for knights at war in the 11th and 12th centuries.

#NowOnViewChivalry in the Middle Ages

Pages from A Tournament Book, 1560-70, Unknown. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Ms. Ludwig XV 14

Posted 3 days ago

tunabora:

Once upon a time in Rome #themegaroadtripof2014

tunabora:

Once upon a time in Rome #themegaroadtripof2014

onlyoldphotography:

David Bailey: Mick Jagger, 1963

onlyoldphotography:

David Bailey: Mick Jagger, 1963

outofficial:

The Gospel According to Benedict

Poised to make Alan Turing his own, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is no stranger to sexual politics and bullying. And he’ll take on all comers.

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Posted 3 days ago

teaganwhite:

Checking out samples of Acorn Trail, my new fabric collection for Birch Fabrics! Available by the yard on Fabricworm. Will post more photos soon!

teaganwhite:

Checking out samples of Acorn Trail, my new fabric collection for Birch Fabrics! Available by the yard on Fabricworm. Will post more photos soon!

I LOVE YOU. I just… I LOVE YOU.

Posted 3 days ago

atelier-sento:

The Okinawan Sea
This is a small watercolor sketch for a coming Nihonga painting.Nihonga is the name of traditional Japanese painting. We are taking lessons of that challenging technique at Gallery Craole.

atelier-sento:

The Okinawan Sea

This is a small watercolor sketch for a coming Nihonga painting.
Nihonga is the name of traditional Japanese painting. We are taking lessons of that challenging technique at Gallery Craole.


More than any other person I’ve ever interviewed, Turner is so profoundly aware of the need to express himself with precision that it occasionally seems to leave him vocally hamstrung. He stops himself, retraces his steps, leaves long gaps while searching for exactly the right metaphor. 
"It’s why I don’t have Twitter," he says. "Too much pressure." 
At one point, he interrupts his own disquisition on the merits of playing darts with: “Fuck it. I’m not going to bother with that. You don’t want to hear that analogy.”
Photo by Allin Boris

More than any other person I’ve ever interviewed, Turner is so profoundly aware of the need to express himself with precision that it occasionally seems to leave him vocally hamstrung. He stops himself, retraces his steps, leaves long gaps while searching for exactly the right metaphor.

"It’s why I don’t have Twitter," he says. "Too much pressure."

At one point, he interrupts his own disquisition on the merits of playing darts with: “Fuck it. I’m not going to bother with that. You don’t want to hear that analogy.”

Photo by Allin Boris

(Source: monsieurturner)