Fresh Tea
Curated at my leisure.
Fresh Tea
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asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
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nprfreshair:

Hollywood icon Lauren Bacall spoke to Terry Gross in 1994 about her deep voice, falling in love with Humphrey Bogart and what became known as “the look,” when she’d have her chin down, looking up:

I was terribly nervous during To Have and Have Not, it was quite a terrifying experience for me. And I was this kid and I was scared to death of all these pros around me and really had almost no experience on the stage and certainly none in film.I shook when [Director Howard] Hawks said “action” and there was quiet on the set and I’d start to walk into a scene. And then my head would shake and my hands would shake and I discovered if I kept my head down and looked up my head would not shake, so I started to do that when I could, when it was appropriate in a scene.And that’s how “the look” came about, but it wasn’t that I had planned to have a look — it was just a way to keep my head steady. It was very important! It’s terrible to look at another actor when your head is shaking.


Bacall passed away Tuesday at the age of 89. 
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theprintspace:

We discovered Aliza Razell’s dreamlike photos on our Flickr stream. Here she shares more of her ongoing 365 project with you.
“So far, I have found this project to be immensely challenging,” Aliza Razell tells us about her latest 365 project. “But also the best learning tool I can imagine.”
“I recommend it without hesitation to anyone who wants to improve or become more comfortable with the medium,” she says. 
In her work, Aliza is inspired hugely by her natural surroundings and “the everyday mysteries that are so easy to simply pass by”.
“I find optical illusions fascinating and love the idea of compiling fairly ordinary components into a sort of visual riddle that tells a surreal or magical story,” she says.
You can find more of Aliza Razell’s stunning work on her Flickr and Facebook page. 
For your chance to be featured next on our blog, upload your work to our Flickr stream.
theprintspace:

We discovered Aliza Razell’s dreamlike photos on our Flickr stream. Here she shares more of her ongoing 365 project with you.
“So far, I have found this project to be immensely challenging,” Aliza Razell tells us about her latest 365 project. “But also the best learning tool I can imagine.”
“I recommend it without hesitation to anyone who wants to improve or become more comfortable with the medium,” she says. 
In her work, Aliza is inspired hugely by her natural surroundings and “the everyday mysteries that are so easy to simply pass by”.
“I find optical illusions fascinating and love the idea of compiling fairly ordinary components into a sort of visual riddle that tells a surreal or magical story,” she says.
You can find more of Aliza Razell’s stunning work on her Flickr and Facebook page. 
For your chance to be featured next on our blog, upload your work to our Flickr stream.
theprintspace:

We discovered Aliza Razell’s dreamlike photos on our Flickr stream. Here she shares more of her ongoing 365 project with you.
“So far, I have found this project to be immensely challenging,” Aliza Razell tells us about her latest 365 project. “But also the best learning tool I can imagine.”
“I recommend it without hesitation to anyone who wants to improve or become more comfortable with the medium,” she says. 
In her work, Aliza is inspired hugely by her natural surroundings and “the everyday mysteries that are so easy to simply pass by”.
“I find optical illusions fascinating and love the idea of compiling fairly ordinary components into a sort of visual riddle that tells a surreal or magical story,” she says.
You can find more of Aliza Razell’s stunning work on her Flickr and Facebook page. 
For your chance to be featured next on our blog, upload your work to our Flickr stream.
theprintspace:

We discovered Aliza Razell’s dreamlike photos on our Flickr stream. Here she shares more of her ongoing 365 project with you.
“So far, I have found this project to be immensely challenging,” Aliza Razell tells us about her latest 365 project. “But also the best learning tool I can imagine.”
“I recommend it without hesitation to anyone who wants to improve or become more comfortable with the medium,” she says. 
In her work, Aliza is inspired hugely by her natural surroundings and “the everyday mysteries that are so easy to simply pass by”.
“I find optical illusions fascinating and love the idea of compiling fairly ordinary components into a sort of visual riddle that tells a surreal or magical story,” she says.
You can find more of Aliza Razell’s stunning work on her Flickr and Facebook page. 
For your chance to be featured next on our blog, upload your work to our Flickr stream.
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kitschgirl65:

Aliza Razell
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mykalimba:

the circle — part 2 of 7 by ummatiddle on Flickr.
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ollidressler:

instagram | twitter | youtube
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bazaari:

Emma McNally
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On the Way to the Library. #succulents #plants #summer #green  (at Elkins Park Library)
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Summer Sunset. #nofilter #summer #sunset #night #street #hometown  (at Elkins Park)
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cross-connect:

Masuda Hiromi born in Jokohama 1942 is a japanese glassartist. The installation, titled ‘Play the Glass’, is one of the artist’s most famous works, expressing his poetic creativity with a play on words.

 “Hiromi Masuda’s glass creations”, explains art critic Cristina Trivellin, “are not only objects of extraordinary beauty, but something much more profound, born from the passion and love for the subject they breathe life into”.

                                                     :)
cross-connect:

Masuda Hiromi born in Jokohama 1942 is a japanese glassartist. The installation, titled ‘Play the Glass’, is one of the artist’s most famous works, expressing his poetic creativity with a play on words.

 “Hiromi Masuda’s glass creations”, explains art critic Cristina Trivellin, “are not only objects of extraordinary beauty, but something much more profound, born from the passion and love for the subject they breathe life into”.

                                                     :)
cross-connect:

Masuda Hiromi born in Jokohama 1942 is a japanese glassartist. The installation, titled ‘Play the Glass’, is one of the artist’s most famous works, expressing his poetic creativity with a play on words.

 “Hiromi Masuda’s glass creations”, explains art critic Cristina Trivellin, “are not only objects of extraordinary beauty, but something much more profound, born from the passion and love for the subject they breathe life into”.

                                                     :)
cross-connect:

Masuda Hiromi born in Jokohama 1942 is a japanese glassartist. The installation, titled ‘Play the Glass’, is one of the artist’s most famous works, expressing his poetic creativity with a play on words.

 “Hiromi Masuda’s glass creations”, explains art critic Cristina Trivellin, “are not only objects of extraordinary beauty, but something much more profound, born from the passion and love for the subject they breathe life into”.

                                                     :)
cross-connect:

Masuda Hiromi born in Jokohama 1942 is a japanese glassartist. The installation, titled ‘Play the Glass’, is one of the artist’s most famous works, expressing his poetic creativity with a play on words.

 “Hiromi Masuda’s glass creations”, explains art critic Cristina Trivellin, “are not only objects of extraordinary beauty, but something much more profound, born from the passion and love for the subject they breathe life into”.

                                                     :)
cross-connect:

Masuda Hiromi born in Jokohama 1942 is a japanese glassartist. The installation, titled ‘Play the Glass’, is one of the artist’s most famous works, expressing his poetic creativity with a play on words.

 “Hiromi Masuda’s glass creations”, explains art critic Cristina Trivellin, “are not only objects of extraordinary beauty, but something much more profound, born from the passion and love for the subject they breathe life into”.

                                                     :)
cross-connect:

Masuda Hiromi born in Jokohama 1942 is a japanese glassartist. The installation, titled ‘Play the Glass’, is one of the artist’s most famous works, expressing his poetic creativity with a play on words.

 “Hiromi Masuda’s glass creations”, explains art critic Cristina Trivellin, “are not only objects of extraordinary beauty, but something much more profound, born from the passion and love for the subject they breathe life into”.

                                                     :)
cross-connect:

Masuda Hiromi born in Jokohama 1942 is a japanese glassartist. The installation, titled ‘Play the Glass’, is one of the artist’s most famous works, expressing his poetic creativity with a play on words.

 “Hiromi Masuda’s glass creations”, explains art critic Cristina Trivellin, “are not only objects of extraordinary beauty, but something much more profound, born from the passion and love for the subject they breathe life into”.

                                                     :)
cross-connect:

Masuda Hiromi born in Jokohama 1942 is a japanese glassartist. The installation, titled ‘Play the Glass’, is one of the artist’s most famous works, expressing his poetic creativity with a play on words.

 “Hiromi Masuda’s glass creations”, explains art critic Cristina Trivellin, “are not only objects of extraordinary beauty, but something much more profound, born from the passion and love for the subject they breathe life into”.

                                                     :)
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thusreluctant:

The Covered Lane by Renoir
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Awakening. #sunflower #summer  (at Elkins Park)
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psychedelicatessenn:

stunningpicture:

I don’t know shit about photography, but the person who took this shot must be given the highest award of them all.

this is breathtaking
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yourcatwasdelicious:

happy birthday!
yourcatwasdelicious:

happy birthday!
yourcatwasdelicious:

happy birthday!
yourcatwasdelicious:

happy birthday!