Colibritos
Colibritos
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Telephone Booths
oil on canvas
estes 1967
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"But I’ll tell you what hermits realize. If you go off into a far, far forest and get very quiet, you’ll come to understand that you’re connected with everything."
Alan Watts (via cosmofilius)
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american-psych0:

reblog foreva
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bungalowclassic:

 
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catonhottinroof:

Benjamin Nelson, Portrait of Charles Holden, 1910
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Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
(via 5centsapound)

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
(via 5centsapound)

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
(via 5centsapound)

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
(via 5centsapound)

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
(via 5centsapound)

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
(via 5centsapound)

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
(via 5centsapound)

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
(via 5centsapound)

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
(via 5centsapound)

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
(via 5centsapound)
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Tear drop competition
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