Oxford at daybreak.
films with teens driving around the city at night and falling in love with each other to cool soundtracks would be great if they weren’t all so damn heterosexual where’s my fuckin mediocre lesbian indie movie with shitty rock music and and they fall in love and wear each other’s hoodies where the FUCK is my FUCKGjng
illustration of Petrarch’s I Trionfi by Jean Pichore, 1503 France
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Claude Monet in his garden at Giverny France. circa 1887 - 1920
Bottom picture shows Claude Monet with Ker-Xavier Roussel and Edouard Vuillard in 1920
Archaeological Museum of Isthmia:
A close up on the marine life of the beautiful black and white mosaic at the Roman Baths of Isthmia.
ladies who should be playing mythical head bitches in charge | ANTONIA THOMAS as HELEN OF TROY, the spartan queen who defied the kingdom of her father, who eloped with the prince of troy, whose decision leveled a city and launched the greatest war in legend.
She had been the prize of men her whole life, sullied by men, caged by men, given, given, always given. Helen of Sparta was a queen who was beholden to the basest peasantry; Helen of Troy shall be a goddess on earth. Choice, choice, she chants as she boards the ship with the bright eyed youth. Let them come, she thinks, and smiles. Let them come for their queen; let them come for their idol and their star, let them come for the mirage of a woman perfect beyond measure. Let them break their spears on the walls of Troy, let them break their spines beneath Trojan swords. You made me into a goddess, she thinks. And a goddess demands blood.
I immediately felt at home with Read Only Memories. And when I say at home, I mean at home. Not because it describes itself as a “cyberpunk” game, though I voraciously consumed the early novels of William Gibson in my teens. Not because it’s a point-and-click adventure,…
photos by colin cameron from his home in the isle of lewis, in the outer hebrides. the island is home to the callanish standing stones, seen in several of the photos, which were erected about five thousand years ago.