1. Locks of love and peace. (at 凤凰山)

     
  2. Audrey Hepburn as Eliza Doolittle 

    (Source: inlovewithaudreyhepburn, via inlovewithaudreyhepburn)

     

  3. I’ve played/practiced this probably hundreds of times by now. It’s quite FRESH.

    (Source: Spotify)

     
  4. rareaudreyhepburn:

    Associated Press reporter William Oatis interviewing actress Audrey Hepburn at U.N. Headquarters a few moments before she records a program for U.N. Radio, New York, December 21, 1953.

    (via dialmformisfit)

     
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  6. youtakeromanceilltakejello:

    Time passed and she improved through the years, but she never changed who she is.
    That’s one of the things I love most about Judy Garland.

    (via mellifluamusic)

     
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  9. beingblog:

    This beautiful ending to Schumann’s Waldszenen, or “Forest Scenes,” is making me wish I had a desk in the middle of the woods.

    A little quiet magic for your Wednesday evening.

     
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  11. selfishaggressor:

    Russia protests against first McDonalds in Moscow - 1996.

    'Drink Coke and chew snickers.
    Your last day is coming bourgeois.’

    (via zurechtzimmern-deactivated20140)

     
  12. hmhbooks:

    Too many books on your shelf is the most wonderful problem to have.

    (via mikal28)

     

  13. "Life is a series of pulls back and forth… A tension of opposites, like a pull on a rubber band. Most of us live somewhere in the middle. A wrestling match…Which side win? Love wins. Love always wins."
    — Mitch Albom, Tuesdays With Morrie (via observando)
     

  14. oxfordcommaforever:

    Net neutrality — a basic, guiding principle of the Internet that states consumers should have equal access to content available on the web — died a quiet death well before its time on April 23, 2014.

    At the time Federal Communications Commission (FCC) officials decided to unobtrusively guide the aging principle behind the old barn and unceremoniously put it to rest forever, net neutrality was 25.

    Salon’s Andrew Leonard tearfully called the death a “huge loss for everyone, because the Internet just got a lot more expensive.”

    The New York Times reported net neutrality’s demise on Wednesday, when it was learned that the FCC would propose new rules to allow major content producers like Disney, Google, or Netflix to pay service providers such as Comcast, Time Warner, and Verizon to pay a premium for faster service to their customers.

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    Farewell, Wild West days of the internet. You were good to me. 

    (Source: micdotcom)

     
  15. sharonriddickgroppiphotography:

    “When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road, without thought on anything but the ride you are taking.” 
    ― Arthur Conan Doyle

    (via lajoiedespetiteschoses)