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artschoolglasses:


She very soon heard Captain Wentworth and Louisa

C.E. Brock illustration for Persuasion
hollyhocksandtulips:

Gal pals
solstices-project:

Harvest Moon, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
artoffairytale:

From The fisherman and his soul, by Oscar Wilde
By Jessie Marion King (1875 – 1949) 
retroreverbs:

The Theory of Evolutionby John Maynard Smith (Pelican, 1962 edition).
hollyhocksandtulips:

Photo by Yale Joel
looklikegarycooper:

Nicole Kidman in “Portrait of a Lady”
ofleafstructure:

Anne Baxter
 
pringtime is near, my darling You say, that you are going away My heart will be with you my darling And I’m counting now the days
I know that soon I’ll have to travel I know I’m over the hill I feel so all alone, my darling said she’d be gone When I heard that first whippoorwill
The flowers are blooming, little darling With the budding of the trees I hear the night birds a’crying I know that they are warning me
I know that soon I’ll have to travel I know I’m over the hill I feel so all alone, my darling said she’d be gone When I heard that first whippoorwill
Our love was planted, little darling Just like the farmer plants his grain But there will never be a harvest On the hills the whippoorwill now sing
I know that soon I’ll have to travel I know I’m over the hill I feel so all alone, my darling said, she’d be gone When I heard that first whippoorwill
The First Whippoorwill—Bill Monroe
Illustration—Angie Pickman
Alexander Wilson