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toonarmyist:

Mon BB..Tres Tres Belle x
Source:VintageES
toonarmyist:

Mon BB..Tres Tres Belle x
Source:VintageES
toonarmyist:

Mon BB..Tres Tres Belle x
Source:VintageES
toonarmyist:

Mon BB..Tres Tres Belle x
Source:VintageES
toonarmyist:

Mon BB..Tres Tres Belle x
Source:VintageES
toonarmyist:

Mon BB..Tres Tres Belle x
Source:VintageES
toonarmyist:

Mon BB..Tres Tres Belle x
Source:VintageES
toonarmyist:

Mon BB..Tres Tres Belle x
Source:VintageES
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theimpossiblecool:

Simonon. 
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howitzerliterarysociety:

Traffic
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nevver:

Adjustment, Vivan Maier
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"We all have our little solipsistic delusions, ghastly intuitions of utter singularity: that we are the only one in the house who ever fills the ice-cube tray, who unloads the clean dishwasher, who occasionally pees in the shower, whose eyelid twitches on first dates; that only we take casualness terribly seriously; that only we fashion supplication into courtesy; that only we hear the whiny pathos in a dog’s yawn, the timeless sigh in the opening of the hermetically-sealed jar, the splattered laugh in the frying egg, the minor-D lament in the vacuum’s scream; that only we feel the panic at sunset the rookie kindergartner feels at his mother’s retreat. That only we love the only-we. That only we need the only-we. Solipsism binds us together, J.D. knows. That we feel lonely in a crowd; stop not to dwell on what’s brought the crowd into being. That we are, always, faces in a crowd."
David Foster Wallace, Girl with Curious Hair (via whyallcaps)
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nevver:

Might as well
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if-you-leave:

by nicolas colemonts
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jumblepusher:

William Eggleston. “Before Color - Untitled”. 1970.
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"I want to get to know you once for all, and I want you to know me. And then to say good-bye. I believe it’s always best to get to know people just before leaving them. I’ve noticed how you’ve been looking at me. There has been a continual look of expectation in your eyes, and I can’t endure that. That’s how it is I’ve kept away from you. But in the end I’ve learned to respect you. You do stand firm, don’t you? I like people who are firm like that whatever it is they stand by. Your expectant eyes ceased to annoy me, I grew fond of them in the end, those expectant eyes. I understand something in you and you seem to love me for some reason."
 Fyodor Dostoevsky, The Brothers Karamazov  (via ii-sm)