I think she was afraid to love sometimes. I think it scared her. She was the type to like things that are concrete, like the ocean. Something you could point to and know what it was… And I think that’s why she struggled with love. She couldn’t touch it. She couldn’t hold on to it and make sure it never changed. — Carrie Ryan, The Dead-Tossed Waves  (via thatkindofwoman)

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Want: tattoo and flowers.

glazedtwist:

untitled by Cody James Bentley on Flickr.

Want: tattoo and flowers.

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I like people who have a sense of individuality. I love expression and anything awkward and imperfect, because that’s natural and that’s real. — Marc Jacobs  (via modernhepburn)

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A car drives past residential buildings in Pyongyang April 11, 2012.
[Credit : Bobby Yip/Reuters]

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A car drives past residential buildings in Pyongyang April 11, 2012.

[Credit : Bobby Yip/Reuters]

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A three-day-old newborn giraffe stands next to its mother, named Tatu, on April 11 at the Madrid Zoo Aquarium in Madrid, Spain. The giraffes are Rothschild giraffes, which are listed as an endangered species in the wild.
[Credit : Pablo Blazquez Dominguez / Getty Images]

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A three-day-old newborn giraffe stands next to its mother, named Tatu, on April 11 at the Madrid Zoo Aquarium in Madrid, Spain. The giraffes are Rothschild giraffes, which are listed as an endangered species in the wild.

[Credit : Pablo Blazquez Dominguez / Getty Images]

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Vedran Smajlović performs in Sarajevo’s partially destroyed National Library in 1992. Smailović became famous by taking his cello into the streets of Sarajevo during the siege. Regularly playing his cello in ruined buildings during the siege of Sarajevo, most notably performing Albinoni’s Adagio in G Minor. He protested against violence and murder by playing during bombings and funerals. He left the city in 1993 and never played again in his hometown. Till the 5th of April 2012.
[Credit : Mikhail Evstafiev]

Moving.

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Vedran Smajlović performs in Sarajevo’s partially destroyed National Library in 1992. Smailović became famous by taking his cello into the streets of Sarajevo during the siege. Regularly playing his cello in ruined buildings during the siege of Sarajevo, most notably performing Albinoni’s Adagio in G Minor. He protested against violence and murder by playing during bombings and funerals. He left the city in 1993 and never played again in his hometown. Till the 5th of April 2012.

[Credit : Mikhail Evstafiev]

Moving.