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country-mouse:

atelierangel:

Inspired by the rich gold and black of Dolce and Gabbana’s A/W 2012 collection, I saw this fabric and knew it was meant to be.  Just finished over Thanksgiving weekend, it’s been a great relief since I haven’t sewn anything this ambitious in a long time.

It’s done! I wonder what my next sewing project should be. I’m on a roll!

(yaz1966から)

The Backs Of Strangers Overlooking New York City

(元記事: seanryanpierce (shortcutssから))

likeafieldmouse:

Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher

"Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of more than 150 African cultures. In the process, this team of world-renowned photographers has produced 15 widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa.

While the lifeways they document may appear timeless, these committed explorers are driven by a sense that they work against the clock. They view Africa’s traditional cultures as threatened, the ancient ways in danger of being lost in a vast melting pot of modernity. According to Fisher and Beckwith: ‘These unique cultures possess a wealth of knowledge that should be celebrated, shared, and honored. It is our life passion to document and create a powerful visual record of these vanishing ways of life for future generations.’”

(nezzzから)


Lenticular clouds over Mount Fuji, Japan. These are stationary lens-shaped clouds that form at high altitudes, usually perpendicular to the direction of the wind.

Lenticular clouds over Mount Fuji, Japan. These are stationary lens-shaped clouds that form at high altitudes, usually perpendicular to the direction of the wind.

(元記事: moorbay (pedalfarから))

Listen,
if you can run a mile,
run a race.
You know what?
Run a marathon.
Outrun a movie star.

If you can ride a bike,
ride that thing.
Ride a bull.
Ride a – ride a tougher bull.
Let’s watch this…
What kind of bull is that?

If you can move your hips,
if you can dance,
move your legs,
move your feet,
move the ball.
Is that Pique?
Score the goal.
Yeah, that is Pique.

You like to fight?
Well pick on someone your own size.
Pick on someone twice your size.
Pick on him.
That’s not good…
Oh, uh… lesson learned.

If you can play table tennis,
serve like that,
beat the champ,
beat her mentor.
C’mon you got this…
Beat Serena.

If you can beat your friend one-on-one,
beat him.
Steal it,
take it.
Sorry, girls.
Now, take your talents to the streets.
Beat the street court legend.
That’s good.
Beat that guy.
Hold on.
We’ve been waiting for this…
That was nice.
Good luck with that.

– Nike - Just Do It.
http://youtu.be/aPkyPdubqDs
artemisdreaming:

 
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Santa Filomena, 1840, Collocazione Cattedrale, Pistoia
Bezzuoli Giuseppe 
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Description via: wiki “Giuseppe Bezzuoli (28 November 1784 – 13 September 1855) was an Italian painter of the Neoclassic period, active in Milan, Rome, and his native city of Florence.
He was a candidate to the professorship of painting at the Florence Academy after Pietro Benvenuti’s death. He studied as a young man under Des Marais at Florence and afterward spent some time at Rome between 1813 and 1820. His large picture in the Academy include the Entry of Charles VIII into Florence (1822–1829), production. Some of his smaller works, such as the Galatea and the small copy of Raphael’s School of Athens (1819), in the Galleria Tosio Martinengo at Brescia, give a more favorable idea of his talent. He decorated a small Tribune of Galileo at the Natural History Museum at Florence, and the more important series of scenes from the life of Caesar (1836) in one of the rooms on the ground floor of the Pitti Palace. His Assumption of the Virgin is found in the Museo dell’Opera of the church of Santa Croce. Among his pupils were Giovanni Fattori, Enrico Pollastrini, and Silvestro Lega.
His principal works include a Baptism of Clovis, Madonna in fresco for the Pitti Palace, and The Entry of Charles VIII into Florence. He painted two ceilings for the Borghese Palace at Rome representing Toilet of Venus, and Venus carrying Ascanius. He died in Florence.”  Image via: atlantedellarteitaliana.it

artemisdreaming:

 image

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Santa Filomena, 1840, Collocazione Cattedrale, Pistoia

Bezzuoli Giuseppe 

.

Description via: wiki “Giuseppe Bezzuoli (28 November 1784 – 13 September 1855) was an Italian painter of the Neoclassic period, active in Milan, Rome, and his native city of Florence.

He was a candidate to the professorship of painting at the Florence Academy after Pietro Benvenuti’s death. He studied as a young man under Des Marais at Florence and afterward spent some time at Rome between 1813 and 1820. His large picture in the Academy include the Entry of Charles VIII into Florence (1822–1829), production. Some of his smaller works, such as the Galatea and the small copy of Raphael’s School of Athens (1819), in the Galleria Tosio Martinengo at Brescia, give a more favorable idea of his talent. He decorated a small Tribune of Galileo at the Natural History Museum at Florence, and the more important series of scenes from the life of Caesar (1836) in one of the rooms on the ground floor of the Pitti Palace. His Assumption of the Virgin is found in the Museo dell’Opera of the church of Santa Croce. Among his pupils were Giovanni Fattori, Enrico Pollastrini, and Silvestro Lega.

His principal works include a Baptism of Clovis, Madonna in fresco for the Pitti Palace, and The Entry of Charles VIII into Florence. He painted two ceilings for the Borghese Palace at Rome representing Toilet of Venus, and Venus carrying Ascanius. He died in Florence.”  Image via: atlantedellarteitaliana.it

(anexileから)

(元記事: wolf-teeth (takaakikから))

(元記事: vega-ofthe-lyre (thekaychoから))

country-mouse:

atelierangel:

Inspired by the rich gold and black of Dolce and Gabbana’s A/W 2012 collection, I saw this fabric and knew it was meant to be.  Just finished over Thanksgiving weekend, it’s been a great relief since I haven’t sewn anything this ambitious in a long time.

It’s done! I wonder what my next sewing project should be. I’m on a roll!

(yaz1966から)

(元記事: bbonbon (cocokashi-coから))

(元記事: mmoirae (aotoraから))

(元記事: thelovelyseas (netodeeから))

The Backs Of Strangers Overlooking New York City

(元記事: seanryanpierce (shortcutssから))

likeafieldmouse:

Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher

"Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of more than 150 African cultures. In the process, this team of world-renowned photographers has produced 15 widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa.

While the lifeways they document may appear timeless, these committed explorers are driven by a sense that they work against the clock. They view Africa’s traditional cultures as threatened, the ancient ways in danger of being lost in a vast melting pot of modernity. According to Fisher and Beckwith: ‘These unique cultures possess a wealth of knowledge that should be celebrated, shared, and honored. It is our life passion to document and create a powerful visual record of these vanishing ways of life for future generations.’”

(nezzzから)

(元記事: gaksdesigns (s-hsmtから))


Lenticular clouds over Mount Fuji, Japan. These are stationary lens-shaped clouds that form at high altitudes, usually perpendicular to the direction of the wind.

Lenticular clouds over Mount Fuji, Japan. These are stationary lens-shaped clouds that form at high altitudes, usually perpendicular to the direction of the wind.

(元記事: moorbay (pedalfarから))

Listen,
if you can run a mile,
run a race.
You know what?
Run a marathon.
Outrun a movie star.

If you can ride a bike,
ride that thing.
Ride a bull.
Ride a – ride a tougher bull.
Let’s watch this…
What kind of bull is that?

If you can move your hips,
if you can dance,
move your legs,
move your feet,
move the ball.
Is that Pique?
Score the goal.
Yeah, that is Pique.

You like to fight?
Well pick on someone your own size.
Pick on someone twice your size.
Pick on him.
That’s not good…
Oh, uh… lesson learned.

If you can play table tennis,
serve like that,
beat the champ,
beat her mentor.
C’mon you got this…
Beat Serena.

If you can beat your friend one-on-one,
beat him.
Steal it,
take it.
Sorry, girls.
Now, take your talents to the streets.
Beat the street court legend.
That’s good.
Beat that guy.
Hold on.
We’ve been waiting for this…
That was nice.
Good luck with that.

– Nike - Just Do It.
http://youtu.be/aPkyPdubqDs
artemisdreaming:

 
.
Santa Filomena, 1840, Collocazione Cattedrale, Pistoia
Bezzuoli Giuseppe 
.
Description via: wiki “Giuseppe Bezzuoli (28 November 1784 – 13 September 1855) was an Italian painter of the Neoclassic period, active in Milan, Rome, and his native city of Florence.
He was a candidate to the professorship of painting at the Florence Academy after Pietro Benvenuti’s death. He studied as a young man under Des Marais at Florence and afterward spent some time at Rome between 1813 and 1820. His large picture in the Academy include the Entry of Charles VIII into Florence (1822–1829), production. Some of his smaller works, such as the Galatea and the small copy of Raphael’s School of Athens (1819), in the Galleria Tosio Martinengo at Brescia, give a more favorable idea of his talent. He decorated a small Tribune of Galileo at the Natural History Museum at Florence, and the more important series of scenes from the life of Caesar (1836) in one of the rooms on the ground floor of the Pitti Palace. His Assumption of the Virgin is found in the Museo dell’Opera of the church of Santa Croce. Among his pupils were Giovanni Fattori, Enrico Pollastrini, and Silvestro Lega.
His principal works include a Baptism of Clovis, Madonna in fresco for the Pitti Palace, and The Entry of Charles VIII into Florence. He painted two ceilings for the Borghese Palace at Rome representing Toilet of Venus, and Venus carrying Ascanius. He died in Florence.”  Image via: atlantedellarteitaliana.it

artemisdreaming:

 image

.

Santa Filomena, 1840, Collocazione Cattedrale, Pistoia

Bezzuoli Giuseppe 

.

Description via: wiki “Giuseppe Bezzuoli (28 November 1784 – 13 September 1855) was an Italian painter of the Neoclassic period, active in Milan, Rome, and his native city of Florence.

He was a candidate to the professorship of painting at the Florence Academy after Pietro Benvenuti’s death. He studied as a young man under Des Marais at Florence and afterward spent some time at Rome between 1813 and 1820. His large picture in the Academy include the Entry of Charles VIII into Florence (1822–1829), production. Some of his smaller works, such as the Galatea and the small copy of Raphael’s School of Athens (1819), in the Galleria Tosio Martinengo at Brescia, give a more favorable idea of his talent. He decorated a small Tribune of Galileo at the Natural History Museum at Florence, and the more important series of scenes from the life of Caesar (1836) in one of the rooms on the ground floor of the Pitti Palace. His Assumption of the Virgin is found in the Museo dell’Opera of the church of Santa Croce. Among his pupils were Giovanni Fattori, Enrico Pollastrini, and Silvestro Lega.

His principal works include a Baptism of Clovis, Madonna in fresco for the Pitti Palace, and The Entry of Charles VIII into Florence. He painted two ceilings for the Borghese Palace at Rome representing Toilet of Venus, and Venus carrying Ascanius. He died in Florence.”  Image via: atlantedellarteitaliana.it

(anexileから)

(元記事: generic1 (shinodddddから))

"

Listen,
if you can run a mile,
run a race.
You know what?
Run a marathon.
Outrun a movie star.

If you can ride a bike,
ride that thing.
Ride a bull.
Ride a – ride a tougher bull.
Let’s watch this…
What kind of bull is that?

If you can move your hips,
if you can dance,
move your legs,
move your feet,
move the ball.
Is that Pique?
Score the goal.
Yeah, that is Pique.

You like to fight?
Well pick on someone your own size.
Pick on someone twice your size.
Pick on him.
That’s not good…
Oh, uh… lesson learned.

If you can play table tennis,
serve like that,
beat the champ,
beat her mentor.
C’mon you got this…
Beat Serena.

If you can beat your friend one-on-one,
beat him.
Steal it,
take it.
Sorry, girls.
Now, take your talents to the streets.
Beat the street court legend.
That’s good.
Beat that guy.
Hold on.
We’ve been waiting for this…
That was nice.
Good luck with that.

"

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