[one who seeks knowledge or reality]

twenty-something obsessed with landscapes, bohemian living, and all thing esoteric

  • photojojo:

    In the South American country of Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni salt flat stretches for over 4,000 square miles, making it the largest in the world.

    Captivated by the area for years, Japanese photographer Asako Shimizu made her way there in 2006, and captured the unique way in which the sky is reflected on the ground.

    The Remarkable Landscape of the Largest Salt Flat in the World

    via Slate

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  • pre1923:

    The Spinning Woman of the Sky by Alice Corbin, 1912

    (via poetrybomb)

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  • lazyyogi:

    This is what happens when a yogi participates in a semester-long psych experiment. 

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  • great new sculptures @ riverfront green! #peekskill #artisticcommunity #sculptureart #peekskillriverfront #fjorward #christinecorday (at Peekskill Riverfront)

  • "Before I am your daughter,
    your sister,
    your aunt, niece, or cousin,
    I am my own person,
    and I will not set fire to myself
    to keep you warm."
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  • a-night-in-wonderland:

    cloud iridescence - caused as light diffracts through tiny ice crystals or water droplets of uniform size, usually in lenticular clouds.

    (via africunt-swag)

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  • huffingtonpost:

    This Is How Much The Female Portrait Has Evolved In The Last 500 Years

    Art history books have a reputation of showcasing dead, white, European males — DWEM — and the (mostly white) women they handpicked as muses. Portrait after portrait reveals a woman’s face through a man’s gaze, casting a rather unsavory light on the tendency of artists to eroticize, objectify or idolize the female form.

    See the full video for a striking look at the female portrait.

    (Souce:  artFido)

    (via howstuffworks)

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  • (via philosophie-)

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