I am not weird. Call me eccentric.

murasakibaraatsushi:

ASDFGHJKAZXSCDFVGBHNJMSADFRGBHNJM ヽ(゜∇゜)ノ.

murasakibaraatsushi:

ASDFGHJKAZXSCDFVGBHNJMSADFRGBHNJM ヽ(゜∇゜)ノ.

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ancientart:

This exquisite Saxon brooch, excavated by Wessex Archaeology, was found in a grave on the Springhead site, Kent. 

The design is cloisonné with garnet insets. Located within close proximity to this brooch during excavation were the remains of the cloak/robe.

These photos were taken prior to conservation, and are courtesy of Wessex Archaeology.

sakura: fuck you, won’t be part of that torn wallpaper shit.

fashionsfromhistory:

Child’s Court Dress

1600

A special jewel of costume and costume collection of Lippe State Museum is a courtly children dress from the Renaissance. It is decorated in the style of Spanish fashion and was worn by the Countess Catherine Lippe Lippe. She died on 19 May 1600 at the age of 6 years.Furthermore, in the grave were still a bonnet, shirt fragments (both lost), shoes, socks and a necklace with a pendant. The dress was found in the stately tomb of the Augustinian Canons in Blomberg. 

The dress consists of Warp / cotton and is on the front placket and on the bodice decorated with lace made ​​of gold and silver wire. The front and rear also occupied with this lace along the hem. The shoulders show the typical Renaissance fashion. The dress is only partially preserved. Defects were complemented with a light brown fabric.

Lippe Regional Museum

natgeofound:

Men inspect a British airplane with folding wings, 1918.No Credit Given
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natgeofound:

Men inspect a British airplane with folding wings, 1918.
No Credit Given

stereoculturesociety:

CultureSOUL: Ladies of East Harlem (early 1960s)
Sunday Best, East 100th Street. Photo by Bruce Davidson
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stereoculturesociety:

CultureSOUL: Ladies of East Harlem (early 1960s)

Sunday Best, East 100th Street. Photo by Bruce Davidson

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When you’re old, all you want to do is stare at the scenery. It’s so strange. I’ve never felt so peaceful before.

(Source: gameofstiles, via all-studioghibli)

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