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Saatchi Art Artist Sonja De Graaf; Painting, "NOT FOR SALE - Lost in her own universe #3" #art

Lost in her own universe #3

Reunion Falls AU - a gravity falls au in which mabel and dipper, for (possibly supernatural) reasons unknown, were separated at birth, and while mabel grew up as an only child in her normal home with normal parents, dipper grew up in gravity falls raised by grunkle stan. but at age 12 mabel learns of dipper’s existence and decides to pay her long lost twin a surprise visit, completely unaware of the kind of wacky business going on in his hometown  more on this later!!

a gravity falls au in which mabel and dipper, for (possibly supernatural) reasons unknown, were separated at birth, and while mabel grew up as an only child in her normal home with normal parents,.

She Lost Her Brother To An Overdose But What She Wrote In Her School Assignment Is Heartbreaking. family awareness drugs sad story stories heart breaking sad stories

She Lost Her Brother To An Overdose But What She Wrote In Her School Assignment Is Heartbreaking.

She Lost Her Brother To An Overdose But What She Wrote In Her School Assignment Is Heartbreaking. family awareness drugs sad story stories heart breaking sad stories>>GUYS SHARE THIS PLEASE

I want to get lost in here

collaged landscape collage sky photoshop univers mountain: I love this, and could totally make one with magazine cut-outs; wood for the further back mountains, red fabrics for the further hills, green grass etc for close hills

In Finnish folklore, Ajatar (also known as Ajattara or Ajattaro) is an evil female spirit of the forest, “the devil of the woods”. She has many forms and depending on the description, she’s said to be a witch, a ghost, a snake or a dragon. Ajatar spreads diseases and plague and anyone who looks at her becomes sick. It was believed that Ajatar was the reason why people got lost in the woods and her name is probably derived from the Finnish word ajattaa; ‘to lead’, ‘to pursue’.

seamusfnnigan: “Finnish mythology series: Ajatar “In Finnish folklore, Ajatar (also known as Ajattara or Ajattaro) is an evil female spirit of the forest, “the devil of the woods”. She has many forms.

Everybody paid a high or a lower price. But in the end all who were in battle had a consequence.

Everybody paid a high or a lower price. But in the end all who were in battle had a consequence.

Wanda lost more than her confidence. They all lost a bit more than just what's on here. Steve lost some of the people he called family. Natasha is forced to be a government pawn again. Wanda lost her freedom, her confidence, her trust in people.

Documenting A Changing Smile With Project Life | Nicole Reaves

DOCUMENTING A CHANGING SMILE WITH PROJECT LIFE

Documenting A Changing Smile With Project Lifel.nessa gets double visit from the tooth fairy tonight

With sweet moments and some sexy times, this installment was just ok. It has somewhat of a love-triangle...

Lost in Her by Sandra Owens

With sweet moments and some sexy times, this installment was just ok. It has somewhat of a love-triangle...

katsushika oei, "Cherry Blossom in the Night" left, "Beauty Fulling Cloth in the Moonlight", right. Strange mission, looking for a woman painter whose name meant “Hey, you!”, who almost never signed her work, was briefly famous, and then disappeared—one hundred and fifty years ago. Another country, another language, another century.

Oei Katsushika: an artist lost in her father’s shadow

katsushika oei, daughter of Katsushika Hokusai, was a glorious painter in her own right with a distinct style all her own.

I would go to you, and we would go together to spend the night on a twinkle-lit patio with a bottle of wine.

I would go to you, and we would go together to spend the night on a twinkle-lit patio with a bottle of wine.

Sublime Lost in translation de Sofia Coppola (2003), qui reste pour moi son film…

Brilliant: Lost in translation de Sofia Coppola of my top favourites. I love this image of Scarlett looking out over Tokyo.this film perfectly captures many of the sensations one has as a Westerner in Japan.

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