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Camille Rowe by Russell James

Camille Rowe by Russell James

undr:    “We live the present moment with little idea of the emotional intensity it will acquire in memory.  The mystery in the image remains hidden, in the skin of a perfectly formed back, in the shadow of a neck which does not turn around, and in the profile of a face which cannot be seen.”  jeanloup sieff, muscular back, 1992  from ‘the estate of jeanloup sieff’  (via blackdilla)

undr: “We live the present moment with little idea of the emotional intensity it will acquire in memory. The mystery in the image remains hidden, in the skin of a perfectly formed back, in the shadow of a neck which does not turn around, and in the profile of a face which cannot be seen.” jeanloup sieff, muscular back, 1992 from ‘the estate of jeanloup sieff’ (via blackdilla)

Stunning photography inspiration | From up North

Stunning photography inspiration | From up North

Se Alexis Vasilikos gudesmukke hverdagsbilleder | VICE | Denmark

Se Alexis Vasilikos gudesmukke hverdagsbilleder | VICE | Denmark

pinterest.com/fra411 #underwater

pinterest.com/fra411 #underwater

mermaid by Weiss Christian  youllyield-to-me:    OHHH MY GOD.  Sorry, I wasn’t kidding when I said to anticipate a lot of mermaids.

mermaid by Weiss Christian youllyield-to-me: OHHH MY GOD. Sorry, I wasn’t kidding when I said to anticipate a lot of mermaids.

Gorgeous long red hair

Gorgeous long red hair

The Roman Goddess Fluonia, (from fluo, fluere, "to flow," ) is a form of Juno. She is responsible for retaining the nourishing menstrual blood within the pregnant womb. Women attended to the cult of Juno Fluonia "because she held back the flow of blood (i.e., menstruation) in the act of conception." Medieval mythographers noted this aspect of Juno, which marked a woman as a mater (mother) rather than a virgo (maiden).

The Roman Goddess Fluonia, (from fluo, fluere, "to flow," ) is a form of Juno. She is responsible for retaining the nourishing menstrual blood within the pregnant womb. Women attended to the cult of Juno Fluonia "because she held back the flow of blood (i.e., menstruation) in the act of conception." Medieval mythographers noted this aspect of Juno, which marked a woman as a mater (mother) rather than a virgo (maiden).

❤️ Redhead beauty❤️

❤️ Redhead beauty❤️