filmgasms:

Chris Penn, Quentin Tarantino, & Tim Roth alongside his son.

filmgasms:

Chris Penn, Quentin Tarantino, & Tim Roth alongside his son.

c-adaverine:

Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan on November 16, 1581

Ilya Repin

This painting depicts the historical 16th century story of Ivan the Terrible mortally wounding his son in Ivan in a fit of rage. By far the most psychologically intense of Repin’s paintings, the Emperor’s face is fraught with terror, as his son lay quietly dying in his arms, blood dripping down the side of his face.

twelvenewthings:

allthateverwasorwillbe:

Step by step process for making herbal lotion
Garden Apothecary

I think a hike is in order to make some herbal lotion. I may sell some on the side for extra Tarot card money. :) 

twelvenewthings:

allthateverwasorwillbe:

Step by step process for making herbal lotion

Garden Apothecary

I think a hike is in order to make some herbal lotion. I may sell some on the side for extra Tarot card money. :) 

dried-basil:

I just want to stay here all day.

dried-basil:

I just want to stay here all day.

(Source: mysteelecreek)

(Source: yauotikaua)

wordsandturds:

i was looking for free furniture but maybe thats not what i was meant to find

wordsandturds:

i was looking for free furniture but maybe thats not what i was meant to find

tattooedbodythings:

More on my blog
awelltraveledwoman:

10fld:

A couple years ago while remodeling our home I designed and built this concrete sink and wood table. The idea of not having a mirror to look into was an experiment to bring one into the present. It eliminates the idea that the self is externally composed; removing the image of self allowing one to truly be in many senses of the word. We can be present without the pull of expectation, and remove any other illusory demands upon self. What is it that we really need to be? So many illusions are placed in front of us: TV, movies, magazines, phones, and then we are left with a mirror for reflection. I’d say all these including the mirror are illusions we feed into. To truly be ones self one must feel from within the happenings if their environment. To do this is to become one with your surroundings rather than separate from them.

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awelltraveledwoman:

10fld:

A couple years ago while remodeling our home I designed and built this concrete sink and wood table. The idea of not having a mirror to look into was an experiment to bring one into the present. It eliminates the idea that the self is externally composed; removing the image of self allowing one to truly be in many senses of the word. We can be present without the pull of expectation, and remove any other illusory demands upon self. What is it that we really need to be? So many illusions are placed in front of us: TV, movies, magazines, phones, and then we are left with a mirror for reflection. I’d say all these including the mirror are illusions we feed into. To truly be ones self one must feel from within the happenings if their environment. To do this is to become one with your surroundings rather than separate from them.

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(Source: 45cat.com)

howtocatchamonster:

On the question of whether Haneke would make a film about Hitler: There is a question of responsibility … first and foremost to your viewers, your audience. Responsibility entails enabling your audience to remain independent and free of manipulation. The question is how seriously do I take my viewer, to what extent do I provide him with the opportunity of creating his own opinion…

christianhendricks:

After finally finishing Breaking Bad last night I compiled my favorite shots from the series to celebrate its phenomenal cinematography.