Vintage & Nature Blog

Anonymous, 19th century, Pittaluga, Italian         
Allegorical Statue, striding lady with lillies (Nymph of the Meadow),1900-1915        
White marble    
La Salle University Art Museum


The extraordinary Hungarian photographer Brassai and his engaging images of Paris between the two World Wars. Romantic and so very haunting.

He often wandered the streets late at night to capture the essence of this magical city. He loved Paris.

Night does not show things, it suggests them. It disturbs and surprises us with its strangeness. It liberates forces within us which are dominated by our reason during the daytime.

- Brassai


Japanese Man In Hot Spring, Moei No Yu - Onsen (Hot Spring) Hakone Kowaki-en Yunessun Spa Resort, Hakone, JapanPhoto Credit: (Blaine Harrington III)
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(via Pin by SHABBY GIRL on ✿⊱╮CREAM & OATMEAL✿⊱╮ | Pinterest)

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Etsy to the rescue, and my source of all resin accessories and outfits and wigs sins..BUT I got it today, a tiger monk outfit…WHICH will double as his Ganges suit….I love it….

Audemars Piguet
Gentleman’s Essentials