shawngalaxy:

grave9:

I don’t know what blood moon is, nor have I even heard about it til late last night

It was far too cloudy to even see it here anyway

shawngalaxy:

grave9:

I don’t know what blood moon is, nor have I even heard about it til late last night

It was far too cloudy to even see it here anyway
lone-wulf:

rave-inmydreams:

pesamientossuicidas:

Eclipse lunar 2014

good god

This is probably the nicest one you’ll see

lone-wulf:

rave-inmydreams:

pesamientossuicidas:

Eclipse lunar 2014

good god

This is probably the nicest one you’ll see

blankstaresatthelake:

Happy 81st birthday to the Coal Miner’s Daughter Loretta Lynn.In a career that has spanned 50 years Loretta has has had ten Number 1 albums and sixteen Number 1 singles on the country charts.
A number of her hits became a center of controversy upon release and were subsequently banned from some radio stations. These songs include  “Rated “X” (a song the double standards divorced women face), “The Pill” (about a woman new liberation due to birth control) and “Wings Upon Your Horns” (about the loss of virginity.)Loretta is touring this spring and summer playing select dates throughout the US.

blankstaresatthelake:

Happy 81st birthday to the Coal Miner’s Daughter Loretta Lynn.

In a career that has spanned 50 years Loretta has has had ten Number 1 albums and sixteen Number 1 singles on the country charts.

A number of her hits became a center of controversy upon release and were subsequently banned from some radio stations. These songs include  “Rated “X” (a song the double standards divorced women face), “The Pill” (about a woman new liberation due to birth control) and “Wings Upon Your Horns” (about the loss of virginity.)

Loretta is touring this spring and summer playing select dates throughout the US.

superblackmarket:

Patti Smith photographed by Jenny Lens

superblackmarket:

Patti Smith photographed by Jenny Lens

James Dean photographed by Frank Worth, on the set of Giant, 1955.

vintageanchorbooks:

"Sooner or later in life everyone discovers that perfect happiness is unrealizable, but there are few who pause to consider the antithesis: that perfect unhappiness is equally unattainable."—from “Survival In Auschwitz,” by Primo Levi

vintageanchorbooks:

"Sooner or later in life everyone discovers that perfect happiness is unrealizable, but there are few who pause to consider the antithesis: that perfect unhappiness is equally unattainable."
—from “Survival In Auschwitz,” by Primo Levi