Ghost

mydarkenedeyes:

Inspired by underwater life, multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann has created a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled Underwater Flight located at Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, she experiments with coloured organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.

Photograph credit - The Weaver House.

The trouble with emergencies is,” she said, “that I always put on my finest underwear and then nothing happens.

izzystardust:

summary of my life

(Source: blomskvist)

Every morning I sit at the kitchen table over a tall glass of water swallowing pills. (So my hands won’t shake.) (So my heart won’t race.) (So my face won’t thaw.) (So my blood won’t mold.) (So the voices won’t scream.) (So I don’t reach for knives.) (So I keep out of the oven.) (So I eat every morsel.) (So the wine goes bitter.) (So I remember the laundry.) (So I remember to call.) (So I remember the name of each pill.) (So I remember the name of each sickness.) (So I keep my hands inside my hands.) (So the city won’t rattle.) (So I don’t weep on the bus.) (So I don’t wander the guardrail.) (So the flashbacks go quiet.) (So the insomnia sleeps.) (So I don’t jump at car horns.) (So I don’t jump at cat-calls.) (So I don’t jump a bridge.) (So I don’t twitch.) (So I don’t riot.) (So I don’t slit a strange man’s throat.)

We’re just a kind of haze, just coloured water. Water does what it likes. It always goes downhill.

nineteen-fifty-four:
It’s a Wonderful Life, 1946.

nineteen-fifty-four:

It’s a Wonderful Life, 1946.

dannerzz:

i fucking hate dating nerds one single time i wore a star wars shirt to see a dude and he was like, “wow are u wearing that to impress me” and i said, “star wars episode 4 was seen by approximately 110 million people during its initial theatrical run in 1977”

manticoreimaginary:

44/50 of my favourite John William Waterhouse art: 

Miranda (1875)
Miranda - The Tempest (1916)

Waterhouse painted versions of Shakespeare’s Miranda both at the beginning and end of his career. The second picture was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1916, a year before Waterhouse’s death in 1917, and the first was considered lost for many years before being discovered in a private collection in Scotland in 2006.

The Little Mermaid  {Den lille havfrue}

”Why have not we an immortal soul?” asked the little mermaid mournfully. “I would give gladly all the hundreds of years that I have to live, to be a human being only for one day, and to have the hope of knowing the happiness of that glorious world above the stars.” “You must not think of that,” said the old woman; “we feel ourselves to be much happier and much better off than human beings.” “So I shall die,” said the little mermaid, “and as the foam of the sea I shall be driven about never again to hear the music of the waves, or to see the pretty flowers nor the red sun. ”

(Source: thefallentree)

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