All eternal things and you

oldoils:

Flower Garden in Weissenkirchen
Emil Jacob Schindler - 1879

oldoils:

Flower Garden in Weissenkirchen
Emil Jacob Schindler - 1879

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Love Spirals Downwards – Depression Glass (92 plays)

crushthyflowers:

Love Spirals Downwards, Depression Glass

this is so good it literally hurts

funeral-wreaths:

Hanging Rock, Australia, photographed by Richard Daintree in 1858
Aside from being the location of the haunting, mysterious novel and film Picnic at Hanging Rock, strange things have been known to happen there throughout its history. During the shooting of Peter Weir’s film several clocks and watches did actually stop working just like in the story; nearby there is a road called Straws Lane, where cars will roll uphill; and in recent times on the Rock itself a girl got lost and was later found pacing in circles round a stone called the Saddle, scared and bewildered.

funeral-wreaths:

Hanging Rock, Australia, photographed by Richard Daintree in 1858

Aside from being the location of the haunting, mysterious novel and film Picnic at Hanging Rock, strange things have been known to happen there throughout its history. During the shooting of Peter Weir’s film several clocks and watches did actually stop working just like in the story; nearby there is a road called Straws Lane, where cars will roll uphill; and in recent times on the Rock itself a girl got lost and was later found pacing in circles round a stone called the Saddle, scared and bewildered.

fashion-and-film:

Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

fashion-and-film:

Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

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carnivour:

may the wings of your eyeliner always be even.

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partybarackisinthehousetonight:

you wanna fight? alright let’s take this outside! the stars are so bright tonight. the moon looks so nice. hold my hand

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