Just another of Andie's inspiration blogs.

23rd April 2014

Photo reblogged from Good golly Miss Molly with 68,024 notes

Source: wohtevr

21st April 2014

Photo reblogged from To the Beat of the Drum with 765 notes

Source: neogohann

20th April 2014

Photo reblogged from ⓢⓞⓤⓡⓗⓤⓡⓛ with 27,699 notes

Source: lilji

20th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Phobs,heh. with 451 notes

owls-n-elderberries:

The Banqueting Hall by Kotomi_ on Flickr.

owls-n-elderberries:

The Banqueting Hall by Kotomi_ on Flickr.

Source: owls-n-elderberries

20th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Phobs,heh. with 1,162 notes

ledecorquejadore:

 Moroccan floral and lacy architecture

ledecorquejadore:


Moroccan floral and lacy architecture

Source: pinterest.com

18th April 2014

Photo reblogged from スレノ死 with 31,163 notes


Klimt’s famous “kiss” on the walls of a devastated building in Syria

Klimt’s famous “kiss” on the walls of a devastated building in Syria

Source: superbestiario

16th April 2014

Photo reblogged from ⓢⓞⓤⓡⓗⓤⓡⓛ with 347,602 notes


Skull in a salt lake

Skull in a salt lake

Source: osteo-princess

15th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Julie + Candy with 4,892 notes

spoliamag:

“Bees are the smallest of birds. They are born from the bodies of oxen, or from the decaying flesh of slaughtered calves; worms form in the flesh and then turn into bees. Bees live in community, choose the most noble among them as king, have wars, and make honey. Their laws are based on custom, but the king does not enforce the law; rather the lawbreakers punish themselves by stinging themselves to death. Bees are afraid of smoke and are excited by noise. Each has its own duty: guarding the food supply, watching for rain, collecting dew to make honey, and making wax from flowers.”
From a medieval bestiary.

spoliamag:

Bees are the smallest of birds. They are born from the bodies of oxen, or from the decaying flesh of slaughtered calves; worms form in the flesh and then turn into bees. Bees live in community, choose the most noble among them as king, have wars, and make honey. Their laws are based on custom, but the king does not enforce the law; rather the lawbreakers punish themselves by stinging themselves to death. Bees are afraid of smoke and are excited by noise. Each has its own duty: guarding the food supply, watching for rain, collecting dew to make honey, and making wax from flowers.”

From a medieval bestiary.

Source: spoliamag

15th April 2014

Photo reblogged from 'Cause if your friends don't dance. . . with 1,301 notes

Source: tragedyseries

15th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from do you remember with 8,282 notes

aquaticwonder:

Artwork by Jennifer Mehigan

Source: aquaticwonder