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These mesmerizing sculptures are the work of William Ricketts, a rare Australian born in 1898 who was in awe of the connection the Aborigine people have with the land. Hidden deep within a lush Australian rainforest are a set of mystical Aborigine sculptures seemingly merged into the natural surroundings. Moss covered torsos of men, women and children protrude from tree trunks and boulders. Some reach heavenward with widespread wings, others envelop each other protectively – all are symbols of the relationship the indigenous Australian Aborigines have with nature.
i’ll always love you ‘cause we grew up together and you helped make me who i am. i just wanted you to know there will be a piece of you in me always, and i’m grateful for that. whatever someone you become, and wherever you are in the world, i’m sending you love. you’re my friend to the end.
— her (2013)
I have notice I don’t really talk to anymore I been quiet. Just watching myself became more intone with how angry and bitter I have been with everything. People have notice it I guess it shows but I don’t care anymore. I’ll rather hold my tongue before my mind speaks. I’m tired of the summer I will soon get tired of the winter. I am tired of this city. I am tired of the people. So tired no sleep no time to rest. No time to kill. I will reach my happiness sooner or later.
See I’m no king
I wear no crown
But desperate times
Seem over now
When you cry, a piece of my heart dies
Knowing that I may have been the cause
— Michelle K., Beasts (via forever-and-alwayss)
nostalgia drawings by gabriel picolo
The maiko (apprentice geisha) Katsuyuki performing a dance at Heian Shrine, Kyoto, Japan.
Soon I’ll be home