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tranz-parents:

☆transparent fitspo for your blog☆

tranz-parents:

transparent fitspo for your blog

40 notes · #tumblr art #healthy living

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265 notes · #andrew bannecker #art #moon

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vintagegal:

Some Like it Hot (1959)

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winterfellis:

by Ansgar Trimborn

winterfellis:

by Ansgar Trimborn

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panatmansam:

Fluorite with Pyrite 

panatmansam:

Fluorite with Pyrite 

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Nabokov’s Lolita is one of the most wonderfully written books. Obviously, it’s a scandalous viewpoint on love, and I don’t know how to say this without it coming out wrong, but I always saw the main character as a romantic. Maybe that’s because I have a very perverse side that I’m comfortable with. Maybe that’s why I’m sometimes misconstrued. I was 16 when I first read it, and I liked it instantly, as much for the story as for the way it was written—the way he describes the dust in the rays of sunlight in a room, the way he could paint a picture with his words. Lana Del Rey 

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loll3:

♡ c h i l d h o o d ♡ by lOll3 

loll3:

♡ c h i l d h o o d  by lOll3 

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