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Facing our lives without fear.
Love is a lesson I have to learn whole my life.
Fashion for middle age lady is possible--- simple, classical.
Enjoy cooking and eating without gaining weight.
thetaoofdana:

There are a few homeopathic wonders that every home should have.  Better sleep, less tension, no more stress, mood-boosting… that’s all in my essential kit of homeopathy, always on-hand!    xoxo Dana 

thetaoofdana:

There are a few homeopathic wonders that every home should have.  Better sleep, less tension, no more stress, mood-boosting… that’s all in my essential kit of homeopathy, always on-hand!    xoxo Dana 

Chinese dance!

Chinese dance!

100years old!

100years old!

steampunktendencies:

Vintedge artworks - Lance Oscarson

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nevver:

Last Exit to Brooklyn

nevver:

Last Exit to Brooklyn

nevver:

The puffy chair

nevver:

The puffy chair

leahcultice:

Cintia Dicker by Fabio Bartelt for Marie Claire Brazil July 2014

leahcultice:

Cintia Dicker by Fabio Bartelt for Marie Claire Brazil July 2014

Source: leahcultice

Source: statigr.am

anbenna:

Giorgio Armani

anbenna:

Giorgio Armani

Source: anbenna

anbenna:

Jesus del Pozo

anbenna:

Jesus del Pozo

Source: anbenna

centuriespast:

The Woodcutter Watching Princess Kaguya Return to the Palace of the Moon (Taketori gekkyū no mukae)
From the series One Hundred Aspects of the Moon (Tsuki Hyakushi)

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Japanese, 1839 - 1892. Engraved by Horikō Yamamoto tō. Published by Akiyama Buemon, 9 banchi 3 chōme Muromachi Nihonbashi-ku, Tokyo.

Geography:
Made in Japan, Asia
Period:
Meiji Period (1868-1912)
Date:
1888
Medium:
Color woodcut
Philadelphia Museum of Art

centuriespast:

The Woodcutter Watching Princess Kaguya Return to the Palace of the Moon (Taketori gekkyū no mukae)

From the series One Hundred Aspects of the Moon (Tsuki Hyakushi)

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Japanese, 1839 - 1892. Engraved by Horikō Yamamoto tō. Published by Akiyama Buemon, 9 banchi 3 chōme Muromachi Nihonbashi-ku, Tokyo.

Geography:

Made in Japan, Asia

Period:

Meiji Period (1868-1912)

Date:

1888

Medium:

Color woodcut

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Source: freezpirit