thechanelmuse:

1000 roses on Canfield, the area which Mike Brown was murdered.

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lawrenceleemagnuson:

Henri Matisse (1869-1954)Pansies( (c. 1903)oil on paper mounted on wood48.9 x 45.1cmThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

lawrenceleemagnuson:

Henri Matisse (1869-1954)
Pansies( (c. 1903)
oil on paper mounted on wood
48.9 x 45.1cm
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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A book I found the cabin I’m staying at


Teldryn Sero - Dunmer spellsword and mercenary for hire.

Teldryn Sero - Dunmer spellsword and mercenary for hire.

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owlturdcomix:

We go forward.

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New Earth… new me.

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tardisity:

supercaltendo:

I wonder who is going to replace Jenna Coleman since she’s not returning to Doctor Who after this series.

A slim white female in her 20s whose casting is based mostly on how attractive Steven Moffat finds her. Next question.

allmesopotamia:

The Northwest palace of king Assurnasirpal II, Nimrud, Iraq.
Photograph taken during 1950s excavations of Courtyard 80 of the Northwest Palace, Nimrud.
The well in Room NN is the rearmost of the two wells, visible behind the group of men.
Photo: BSAI/BISI.

allmesopotamia:

The Northwest palace of king Assurnasirpal II, Nimrud, Iraq.

Photograph taken during 1950s excavations of Courtyard 80 of the Northwest Palace, Nimrud.

The well in Room NN is the rearmost of the two wells, visible behind the group of men.

Photo: BSAI/BISI.

nataliakoptseva:

Klimt, Gustav

afroui:


Pablo Picasso

afroui:

Pablo Picasso

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babylonfalling:

Everyone Will Miss Otis
"I can work with pretty near any blues singer there is, I don’t care what kind. As long as they play the blues, and, uh, rock and roll, I can work with them."
Not many blues players could make that kind of claim, but Otis Spann, whose piano playing was the driving force in the Muddy Waters band for nearly 20 years, could speak with authority. More than almost any other blues instrumentalist, he brought a unique combination of forcefulness and sensitivity to his playing, and whether he was accompanying Chuck Berry or Little Walter or Sonny Boy Williamson or Buddy Guy he always indicated his sympathy for their style by some subtle variation in his approach. He left his mark on every record on which he played, and when he died this month at the age of 40 there was no one to take his place.
Some friends of Otis Spann’s were recently asked, separately, to talk about him. They included Muddy Waters, bassist Willie Dixon, drummer Sam Lay and guitarist Mike Bloomfield.

babylonfalling:

Everyone Will Miss Otis

"I can work with pretty near any blues singer there is, I don’t care what kind. As long as they play the blues, and, uh, rock and roll, I can work with them."

Not many blues players could make that kind of claim, but Otis Spann, whose piano playing was the driving force in the Muddy Waters band for nearly 20 years, could speak with authority. More than almost any other blues instrumentalist, he brought a unique combination of forcefulness and sensitivity to his playing, and whether he was accompanying Chuck Berry or Little Walter or Sonny Boy Williamson or Buddy Guy he always indicated his sympathy for their style by some subtle variation in his approach. He left his mark on every record on which he played, and when he died this month at the age of 40 there was no one to take his place.

Some friends of Otis Spann’s were recently asked, separately, to talk about him. They included Muddy Waters, bassist Willie Dixon, drummer Sam Lay and guitarist Mike Bloomfield.

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A Place in the Sun | Stevie Wonder

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