Elia Kara

ekin yelvesi diye de bilinir fakat bu şimdilik aramızda kalsın olur mu?
Well, darling, it is also known as corn bunting, but let's not talk about it for a while, okey?


Sormak istediğin bişiy var? (Wanna ask something?)   Söylemek istediğin bişi var. (Wanna say something.))

Arctic Monkeys - Cornerstone

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artdetails:

Winslow Homer, Northeaster (details), 1895, oil on canvas

i love details

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Unhindered Dreaming | oil on canvas | 48 x 32” | 2014 | website

Unhindered Dreaming | oil on canvas | 48 x 32” | 2014 | website

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Childen on the Beach with Breakers by William Leech

Childen on the Beach with Breakers by William Leech

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Spring - Georgia O’Keefe

Spring - Georgia O’Keefe

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Monet’s Garden. Would die to visit it

who wouldn’t??!!

Monet’s Garden. Would die to visit it

who wouldn’t??!!

(Source: ch4ndra, via impressionsonmymind)

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1. Branches of an Almond Tree in Blossom 

2. Branches with Almond Blossom

Vincent van Gogh (1890)

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Cutie and the Boxer

Cutie and the Boxer

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eirspirit:

~Claude Monet~

monet çünkü bir canısı

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insanlar cidden çok işsiz.. yani baya uğraşmak gerekir şöyle bir şey yapabilmek için değil mi? saatler falan.. vay arkadaş.. 

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supruntu:

Bir köpekle karşı karşıya yaşayamazsın, çünkü köpek, her an, senden onu yaşatmanı, beslemeni, okşamanı, ona uygun bir insan olmanı, efendisi olmanı, onu anında yere yatıracak o köpek ismini gürleyen tanrı olmanı isteyecektir. Oysa ağaç senden bir şey istemez. Köpeklerin tanrısı, kedilerin tanrısı, yoksulların tanrısı olabilirsin, elinde bir tasma, biraz ciğer, biraz servet olması bunun için yeterlidir, ama asla bir ağacın efendisi olmayacaksın. Kendin de bir ağaç olmayı istemekten başka bir şey yapamayacaksın.

- Perec

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darylalexsy:

Animation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Coonley Playhouse stained glass

ooo, helal kankama

darylalexsy:

Animation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Coonley Playhouse stained glass

ooo, helal kankama

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Konstancja Nowina Konopka

A Thousand Evil Deeds

This is a story about the kids from Biskupice — a rusty-with-ill-reputation industrial district of Zabrze in the Silesian Highlands of Southern Poland.

Children from Biskupice have the luxury of freedom which their peers from big metropolities can not feel. Children from Biskupice do not have fenced play areas, and they are allowed to trample lawns. They can play football everywhere they want, enjoy adventures and secret places, and not always behave well.

Their world seem to be infinite.

This is a story about five friends who democratically share fags, chocolate, crisps and fizzy drinks. They steer clear of a bully, “Big Aneta”. These boys hate school and already two of them left it for good.

They can not start with a clean slate though. Szychta with Kalus dumped a cat off the bridge. Kalus with Bajlas devastated the local cemetery. Bajlas with Szychta set fire to an old shed. And Bajlas smashed a dinner plate on his school friend’s head.

Their world can appear fascinating with its limitless living space and imagination, but then it makes you puzzled with the moral code. This poses the question of how many evil deeds are yet to be committed to reach anticipated adulthood…

— Konstancja Nowina Konopka

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Reblogged from mattjonesphotography
amortizing:

I follow back everyone!

me, crying..

amortizing:

I follow back everyone!

me, crying..

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Winifred Nicholson, Northrigg Hill, c.1926

Winifred Nicholson, Northrigg Hill, c.1926

(Source: bofransson, via art-centric)