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likeafieldmouse:

Betsy Dadd - Sum of Parts (2011)

likeafieldmouse:

Betsy Dadd - Sum of Parts (2011)

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brand-upon-the-brain:

Blue Ruin (Jeremy Saulnier, 2013)

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scruffboots:

Les petits mouchoirs / Little White Lies 

scruffboots:

Les petits mouchoirs / Little White Lies 

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likeafieldmouse:

Marco Cadioli - Squares with Concentric Circles

(Squares with concentric circles seen from above from the Google Earth Satellite)

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likeafieldmouse:

Rembrandt van Rijn - The Three Trees (1643)

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mattystanfield:

"I shall never let myself be rescued, nor shall I ever rescue anybody."

Institute Benjamenta, or This Dream That One Calls Human Life

Mark Rylance / Alice Krige

The Brothers Quay | 1995

Nicholas D. Knowland | Cinematography

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Tokyo Story — dir. Yasujiro Ozu

(Source: strangewood)

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Tom, you focus on the wrong stuff. It’s true, you are terrible at a lot of things, but there are a couple of things that nobody else does as well as you do. It drives me bananas that you will - you will throw yourself away completely because of one or two things that you think about - that you think are wrong about you and that’s what breaks my heart. It’s - you gotta ignore those and - and lean towards the things that make you like yourself. Forget everything else; fake - fake it. Fake your way upwards.

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sjovanov:

Lake Bajer (July 2014)
"The oldest lake is Bajer, built in the 1950s. The lake was constructed in once attractive valley of the river Licanka, right next to the village of Fuzine. Its average depth ranges from 2 to 7 meters and its volume is approximately 1 million cubic metres of water. It is suitable for boat rides, canoeing, kayaking as well for wind surfing owing to constant air currents."
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sjovanov:

Lake Bajer (July 2014)

"The oldest lake is Bajer, built in the 1950s. The lake was constructed in once attractive valley of the river Licanka, right next to the village of Fuzine. Its average depth ranges from 2 to 7 meters and its volume is approximately 1 million cubic metres of water. It is suitable for boat rides, canoeing, kayaking as well for wind surfing owing to constant air currents."

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