finally dead leaves, for me to roll on naked while crying in public squares because i don’t know what to do with my life

990000:

wikipedia:

Krak des Chevaliers
Krak des Chevaliers (French pronunciation: ​[kʁak de ʃəvaˈlje]) (Arabic: قلعة الحصن‎), also Crac des Chevaliers, is a Crusader castle in Syria and one of the most important preserved medieval castles in the world. The site was first inhabited in the 11th century by a settlement of Kurds; as a result it was known as Hisn al Akrad, meaning the “Castle of the Kurds”. In 1142 it was given by Raymond II, Count of Tripoli, to the Knights Hospitaller. It remained in their possession until it fell in 1271. It became known as Crac de l’Ospital; the name Krak des Chevaliers was coined in the 19th century.

Photo via arts.cornell.edu

990000:

wikipedia:

Krak des Chevaliers

Krak des Chevaliers (French pronunciation: ​[kʁak de ʃəvaˈlje]) (Arabic: قلعة الحصن‎), also Crac des Chevaliers, is a Crusader castle in Syria and one of the most important preserved medieval castles in the world. The site was first inhabited in the 11th century by a settlement of Kurds; as a result it was known as Hisn al Akrad, meaning the “Castle of the Kurds”. In 1142 it was given by Raymond II, Count of Tripoli, to the Knights Hospitaller. It remained in their possession until it fell in 1271. It became known as Crac de l’Ospital; the name Krak des Chevaliers was coined in the 19th century.

Photo via arts.cornell.edu

arsvitaest:

Louis Faurer, Construction Site on Madison Avenue, Looking toward Rockefeller Center, ca. 1948Indianapolis Museum of Art

arsvitaest:

Louis Faurer, Construction Site on Madison Avenue, Looking toward Rockefeller Center, ca. 1948
Indianapolis Museum of Art


Photograph for the ‘Compagnie des Arts Photomeconiques’, Paris 1920s.

Photograph for the ‘Compagnie des Arts Photomeconiques’, Paris 1920s.

danielblaultd:

Monkey with Beaded Jewellery, Anonymous, 1910Silver gelatin print

danielblaultd:

Monkey with Beaded Jewellery, Anonymous, 1910
Silver gelatin print

arsvitaest:

“Sun Bath”
Author: Grace M. Ballentine (American, 1881-1978)Date: ca. 1946Medium: Gelatin silver printLocation: Smithsonian American Art Museum

arsvitaest:

“Sun Bath”

Author: Grace M. Ballentine (American, 1881-1978)
Date: ca. 1946
Medium: Gelatin silver print
Location: Smithsonian American Art Museum

the-27:

Peter Beard

the-27:

Peter Beard

slcvisualresources:

Martin Parr

slcvisualresources:

Martin Parr

fnhfal:

Execution of the Sacred Heart of Jesus by Communist militiamen at Cerrode los Ángeles near Madrid, on 7 August 1936, was the most famous ofthe widespread desecration of images and Churches.

fnhfal:

Execution of the Sacred Heart of Jesus by Communist militiamen at Cerro
de los Ángeles near Madrid, on 7 August 1936, was the most famous of
the widespread desecration of images and Churches.

jeannepompadour:

Lucia Joyce dancing at Bullier Ball, Paris, May 1929

jeannepompadour:

Lucia Joyce dancing at Bullier Ball, Paris, May 1929

victoranthony:

Dorothy Sandler, South Dakota, 1993
20th Century Photographs

victoranthony:

Dorothy Sandler, South Dakota, 1993

20th Century Photographs

slcvisualresources:

Adam Fuss

slcvisualresources:

Adam Fuss

dfordoom:

Max Dupain, Nude study, 1930s

dfordoom:

Max Dupain, Nude study, 1930s

goldenstardust:

Ansel Adams

goldenstardust:

Ansel Adams

slcvisualresources:

Robert Frank - gelatin silver print

slcvisualresources:

Robert Frank - gelatin silver print