BURN SO BRIGHT

AN ETERNAL JOURNEY
blastedheath:

Ludwig Rösch (Austrian, 1865-1936), Die Pilgramkanzel in St. Stephan. Pastel on paper, 65 x 52 cm.

blastedheath:

Ludwig Rösch (Austrian, 1865-1936), Die Pilgramkanzel in St. Stephan. Pastel on paper, 65 x 52 cm.

(via calantheandthenightingale)

automatistes:

This is why I love Louisiana. 

 Nowhere else can you get this ambiance, this archaic hauntly beautiful atmosphere…

(Source: juxtapoz.com, via adaptive-discipline)

knockingghosts:

Light is the most beautiful thing.

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howtoskinatiger:

(Cold) Black Vultures by Earl Reinink on Flickr.

(Source: kav-k, via ofbloodandrust)

emosloppy:

Vessel 01 by theirison/erik jones

emosloppy:

Vessel 01 by theirison/erik jones

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artforadults:

Paintings by Amy Judd

victoriousvocabulary:

ARBORIFY
[verb]
1. making into a tree-like condition or in a tree form and branching structure.
2. the process by which humans or humanoid creatures are transformed into trees.
Etymology: Latin arbor, “tree” + -fy, suffix from -ficāre, “to do, make”
[Chris Rahn - Daphne]

victoriousvocabulary:

ARBORIFY

[verb]

1. making into a tree-like condition or in a tree form and branching structure.

2. the process by which humans or humanoid creatures are transformed into trees.

Etymology: Latin arbor, “tree” + -fy, suffix from -ficāre, “to do, make”

[Chris Rahn - Daphne]

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ex0skeletal:

Sam Wolfe Connelly (via Hi-Fructose Magazine)

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hypnoticlandscape:

karl wilhelm diefenbach

(via strangeoldthings)