serenely / gazing up at the mountain —

English major with a penchant for things.

flyartproductions:

Philip II: Hol’ up, Don Fernando
Philip II offering Don Fernando to Victory (c. 1570), Titian / Hol’ up, Kendrick Lamar

Hol’ up! HOL’ UP!

flyartproductions:

Philip II: Hol’ up, Don Fernando

Philip II offering Don Fernando to Victory (c. 1570), Titian / Hol’ up, Kendrick Lamar

Hol’ up! HOL’ UP!

“You know what it feels like to hold
a burning piece of paper, maybe even
trying to read it as the flames get close
to your fingers until all you’re holding
is a curl of ash by its white ear tip
yet the words still hover in the air?
That’s how I feel now.”

—   Dean Young, “Belief in Magic,” Poetry, July/August 2014.
flyartproductions:

ya bish
Chestnut Tree in Blossom (1887), Vincent van Gogh / Money Trees, Kendrick Lamar ft. Jay Rock


That’s just how I feelThat’s just how I feel

flyartproductions:

ya bish

Chestnut Tree in Blossom (1887), Vincent van Gogh / Money Trees, Kendrick Lamar ft. Jay Rock

That’s just how I feel
That’s just how I feel

(via flyartproductions)

I spy with my little eye…
Great Grandma Chris, 95 (and still living on her own), 2014.
houghtonlib:

Humanist scholar Gian Francesco Poggio Bracciolini.
Boissard, Jean Jacques, 1528-1602. Icones quinquaginta virorum illustrium, 1597.
Typ 520.97.225
Houghton Library, Harvard University

Swerve.

houghtonlib:

Humanist scholar Gian Francesco Poggio Bracciolini.

Boissard, Jean Jacques, 1528-1602. Icones quinquaginta virorum illustrium, 1597.

Typ 520.97.225

Houghton Library, Harvard University

Swerve.

houghtonlib:

Aratus, Solensis. Hvg. Grotii Syntagma Arateorvm : opvs poeticæ et astronomiæ stvdiosis vtilissimvm, 1600.

*NC6.G9164.600a

Houghton Library, Harvard University

houghtonlib:

Le Gouz de La Boullaye, François, 1623-1668. Les voyages et observation, 1657.
Typ 615.57.508
Houghton Library, Harvard University

houghtonlib:

Le Gouz de La Boullaye, François, 1623-1668. Les voyages et observation, 1657.

Typ 615.57.508

Houghton Library, Harvard University

What’s blue to you?

I tell you I see blue in the sky
You agree: you see blue, too.
But if we’re never able to share the same eye
How do we know it’s the same blue?