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darkface:

any moment now (by nardell)

darkface:

any moment now (by nardell)

fairycemetery:

Source

Definitely check out the rest of the set and website; some of the most beautiful set dressing I’ve ever seen and great inspiration for weddings.

mazzystardust:

Richard Nicoll SS15

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mademoisellelunaticasylum:

Silverbox Studio Lisboa  - Wings

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ancientpeoples:

Earrings 
Pair of gold earrings with a rosette, model bird and richly decorated inverted pyramid
330-300 BC
Classical Greek 
(Source: The British Museum)

ancientpeoples:

Earrings 

Pair of gold earrings with a rosette, model bird and richly decorated inverted pyramid

330-300 BC

Classical Greek 

(Source: The British Museum)

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walzerjahrhundert:

Jean Béraud, After the Misdeed, circa 1885

walzerjahrhundert:

Jean Béraud, After the Misdeed, circa 1885

mortisia:

The dinning room by Romain CHASSAGNE

The painted hall in the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London. The buildings was built between 1696 and 1712 by Christopher Wren. Originaly the palace of Placentia (birthplace of Mary I and Elizabeth I) stood there, but was destroyed during the English civil war. At first the building was established as a residential home for injured sailors, as les Invalides in Paris, then became a training establishment of the Royal Navy. The Royal Navy finally left the College in 1998. London, Greenwich.

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funeral-wreaths:

Julia Margaret Cameron, Queen Guinevere, 1874. Source.

funeral-wreaths:

Julia Margaret Cameron, Queen Guinevere, 1874. Source.

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This is Hazel.

She was almost a month early, but strong and healthy, even if she is a bit small. I can’t even think of what else to say; the experience has been both overwhelming and oddly familiar. It’s strange to see her now, instead of just feeling her move, and knowing that somehow I helped make her come into being. 
I hope I do a good job raising her, and that I make her happy.

This is Hazel.

She was almost a month early, but strong and healthy, even if she is a bit small. I can’t even think of what else to say; the experience has been both overwhelming and oddly familiar. It’s strange to see her now, instead of just feeling her move, and knowing that somehow I helped make her come into being. 

I hope I do a good job raising her, and that I make her happy.

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