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seabois:

Martin Wiegand, “Parsifal” (~1930)

seabois:

Martin Wiegand, “Parsifal” (~1930)

romandesotomayor:

The Cemetery Entrance- 1825, Caspar David Friedrich (1798-1836)

romandesotomayor:

The Cemetery Entrance- 1825, Caspar David Friedrich (1798-1836)

Learning to Bow

rainbowtwo:

'To bow to the fact of our life's sorrows and betrayals is to accept them, and from this deep gesture we discover that all life is workable. As we learn to bow, we discover that the heart holds more freedom and compassion than we could imagine.'

- Jack Kornfield, A Path with Heart: A Guide Through the Perils and Promises of Spiritual Life.

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 Mandala Designs Made From Flowers And Plants By Kathy Klein

The artist Kathy Klein loves creating beautiful floral arrangments with her green fingers, on the ground. In a colorful and psychedelic style, she mixes all kinds of flowers to make ephemeral roses she calls “Danmalas”. A selection of her creations is available in the next part of the article.

grupaok:

Thomas Struth, Golan Heights, 2009

grupaok:

Thomas Struth, Golan Heights, 2009

dickbalzer:

Phenakistoscope - France - c. 1833

dickbalzer:

Phenakistoscope - France - c. 1833

Henry Ossawa Tanner

Henry Ossawa Tanner

Balthus: “Therese Dreaming”

Balthus: “Therese Dreaming”

lilacsinthedooryard:

Vincent van Gogh
Almond Tree in Blossom
1888

lilacsinthedooryard:

Vincent van Gogh

Almond Tree in Blossom

1888