steampunksteampunk:

Steampunk

"Ponyo loves ham! Ponyo loves Sosuke!”

(Source: ponyo-ghibli, via totoro-is-my-neighbor)

Oh and I'm a pain in the ass as well. -F.W.

(via secretcceremonials)

death-by-dior:

books0977:

Julia Neilson-Terry (1868–1957), as Drusilla Ives in ‘The Dancing Girl’ (1891). John Collier (English, 1850-1934). Oil on canvas. Royal Academy of Music.
Neilson-Terry (1868–1957), depicted full-length as Drusilla Ives, is shown in a private moment peering out from behind the grand red velvet theatre curtain before going onstage. She wears a long pink dress and her head is held high. The portrait was given by Collier to the Terrys as a wedding present.


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death-by-dior:

books0977:

Julia Neilson-Terry (1868–1957), as Drusilla Ives in ‘The Dancing Girl’ (1891). John Collier (English, 1850-1934). Oil on canvas. Royal Academy of Music.

Neilson-Terry (1868–1957), depicted full-length as Drusilla Ives, is shown in a private moment peering out from behind the grand red velvet theatre curtain before going onstage. She wears a long pink dress and her head is held high. The portrait was given by Collier to the Terrys as a wedding present.

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myvaginaisshaking:

What the Water Gave Me - Florence + The Machine

that-one-flow:

Epic FloFlo

that-one-flow:

Epic FloFlo