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1924us:

Indian Heaven Wilderness, WA. June 26.

1924us:

Indian Heaven Wilderness, WA. June 26.

(Source: theskatedistrict.com, via thegreatnorthwest)

theantiquated:

Charleston, SC by Alice Gao

theantiquated:

Charleston, SC by Alice Gao

(via thegreatnorthwest)

Just saw Star Trek Into Darkness live with the Philadelphia Orchestra & it was SO GOOD.

Just saw Star Trek Into Darkness live with the Philadelphia Orchestra & it was SO GOOD.

with-grace-and-guts:

Rainy day entertainment.

with-grace-and-guts:

Rainy day entertainment.

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nypl:

Happy Birthday JK Rowling! Celebrate by revisiting one of her many titles in our collection, including her fantastic Harry Potter series. If magic doesn’t appeal to you, search for Rowling’s pseudonym Robert Galbraith and you’ll find some thrilling mysteries! 

nypl:

Happy Birthday JK Rowling! Celebrate by revisiting one of her many titles in our collection, including her fantastic Harry Potter series. If magic doesn’t appeal to you, search for Rowling’s pseudonym Robert Galbraith and you’ll find some thrilling mysteries! 

lifeofliterature:

Life, you’re doing it right.
What’s in my bag (by bewitchthemind)

lifeofliterature:

Life, you’re doing it right.

What’s in my bag (by bewitchthemind)

(via literatureismyutopia)

July Book Photo Challenge
Day 31: Read this month
This was one of those rare, amazing months where I loved everything I read, and the books were such a wide range of types. Everything from an odd and hilarious memoir (Hyperbole and a Half) to creepy and haunting mystery/horror stories (Through the Woods and Broken Harbor) to a collection brutally honest and thought provoking feminist essays (Men Explain Things to Me). I absolutely recommend all of these books if you’re looking for a good read!

July Book Photo Challenge

Day 31: Read this month

This was one of those rare, amazing months where I loved everything I read, and the books were such a wide range of types. Everything from an odd and hilarious memoir (Hyperbole and a Half) to creepy and haunting mystery/horror stories (Through the Woods and Broken Harbor) to a collection brutally honest and thought provoking feminist essays (Men Explain Things to Me). I absolutely recommend all of these books if you’re looking for a good read!

snowingblackout:

giveme-brandy-onmybreath:

bloodydiadem:

That moment you realize you are Edmund

he almost gets them killed because he wants sweets

we’re still Edmund

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books0977:

Don Giovanni (1998).Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Cincinnati Opera. Rafal Olbinski (Polish, born 1945). Poster. 
Olbinski’s lush images and artwork are layered with complex psychology. He does not paint the landscape of scientific reality, but rather maps the interiors of the mind. Like Salvador Dali and Magritte before him, Olbinski’s work has poetic resonance — he depicts the mind as a theater of dreams, with new attractions around every corner.

books0977:

Don Giovanni (1998).Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Cincinnati Opera. Rafal Olbinski (Polish, born 1945). Poster. 

Olbinski’s lush images and artwork are layered with complex psychology. He does not paint the landscape of scientific reality, but rather maps the interiors of the mind. Like Salvador Dali and Magritte before him, Olbinski’s work has poetic resonance — he depicts the mind as a theater of dreams, with new attractions around every corner.

antonyelchen:

[effie trinket voice] that is MISOGYNY

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paperpie:

A sort of pro e-reader editorial piece.

paperpie:

A sort of pro e-reader editorial piece.

(via wenchingwithshakespeare)

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