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detailedart · 5 days ago
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Details and collage by Clayshaper; Woman on the balcony, 1824 + The Wild Hunt of Odin, 1872.
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detailedart · 7 days ago
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“Eventually, soulmates meet, for they have the same hiding place.”
— Robert Brault
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detailedart · 15 days ago
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Heike Langhans
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house-ad · 3 days ago
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True LOVE. Pocket Casts.
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detailedart · 15 days ago
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Cosmic blue jewellery. By astrofalls.
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detailedart · 21 days ago
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“Crying is a sign of strength. It is a demonstration of a completely comfortable relationship with the self. Choosing to cry and feel is a choice in the interest of one’s emotional health. Choosing to cry is also choosing not to care about the opinions of others. Since crying is so stigmatized, rising above society’s thoughts is pure authenticity. Crying also helps set an example to others. Especially in recovery when peers are struggling to connect with, articulate, and express their own emotions, seeing someone freely express themselves is inspiring. Not only will they learn from the act of crying, but they will see the transformation that takes place from working through emotions.” source
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detailedart · 23 days ago
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Moon over the Parthenon temple on the Acropolis of Athens, Greece.
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detailedart · 23 days ago
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Lying Cat, 1920, by Norbertine Bresslern-Roth. Watercolor on Paper.
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detailedart · 23 days ago
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detailedart · 26 days ago
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Detail: Herodias, 1843, by Paul Delaroche.
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detailedart · a month ago
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Oracular Bird by Andrey Shishkin.
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house-ad · 2 months ago
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detailedart · a month ago
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Mona Saudi, tr. by Kamal Boullata, from Women of the Fertile Crescent: An Anthology of Modern Arabic Poetry by Arab Women
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detailedart · a month ago
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Horshead nebula. By astrofalls
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detailedart · a month ago
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𝚁𝚊𝚋𝚒𝚗𝚍𝚛𝚊𝚗𝚊𝚝𝚑 𝚃𝚊𝚐𝚘𝚛𝚎 [𝟷𝟾𝟼𝟷-𝟷𝟿𝟺𝟷] 
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detailedart · a month ago
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The most tender eyes I found in paintings
1. Vsevolod Mikhailovich Garshin, 1884, by Ilia Repin | 2. Megilla, 1921, by John William Godward | 3. Gabrielle Cot, 1890, by William Bougereau | 4. By @lingly
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detailedart · a month ago
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Spatial veils of light
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detailedart · a month ago
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The thing about a scrolling platform is people are gonna be experts at scrolling at some point. Scrolling is using a thumb or a toe with a lot of different rhythms; the pof-pof, the poooof, the p-p-p-pof, and I won’t even start with the more technical moves like the well-known p(down)-pooof(up)-p(stop). So if users don’t want to see your ads, Tumblr, will they rely on their expertise or on your villainous glittering ransoms?
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detailedart · a month ago
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If you’re on tumblr you’re part of my collective brain btw.
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house-ad · 3 days ago
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Why lava? Cuz we know a lot about podcasts but in Pocket Casts we have no clue about backgrounds.
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