The Antlers Kettering

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2014 - Film Diary 

The Color of Paradise | Majid Majidi | Iran | 1999 | 10.0

(Source: andreii-tarkovsky)

(Reblogged from daphneisabel)

colin-vian:

Herman van den Broek  

(Reblogged from theholykaron)
lonequixote:

Girl in Front of Mirror  ~ Pablo Picasso

lonequixote:

Girl in Front of Mirror  Pablo Picasso

(Reblogged from theartgeeks)

ojra:

"Dustheads" by Jean-Michel Basquiat.

(Reblogged from astralsilence)

labellefilleart:

Study for Profile of a Woman in a Bow Tie, Pierre Bonnard

(Reblogged from labellefilleart)

an-occasional-dream:

Adèle Haenel and Kévin Azaïs - Les Combattants, by Thomas Cailley (2014)

(Reblogged from an-occasional-dream)

onditquilestpartout:

Les Combattants de Thomas Cailley. Bientôt.

(Reblogged from onditquilestpartout)

museumuesum:

Philip Guston

Calm Sea, 1977

oil on canvas, 68 1/2 x 85 1/2 inches

(Reblogged from museumuesum)
(Reblogged from theartgeeks)

greatartinuglyrooms:

Mark Rothko. Born: September 25, 1903

in a pink room

(Reblogged from greatartinuglyrooms)
maryehouse:

Hans Sandreuter ‘“Flucht nach Ägypten’

maryehouse:

Hans Sandreuter ‘“Flucht nach Ägypten’

(Reblogged from the-vandals)

snowce:

Salvador Dali, After Michelangelo’s ‘Squatting Child’, 1982

(Reblogged from snowce)

nonewerblack:

PATTI SMITH / A POLAROID BY ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE

(Reblogged from firecats)
gardensgrey:

History will look at Hillary Clinton as someone who never gave up and continued to succeed, despite being knocked down over and over again. She will be seen as a polarizing trailblazer who finally found her voice — leading to eventual success as First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State.
Once in positions of power, Hillary is ruthless when it comes to effectively advocating for her positions and destroying the opposition. This is why Republicans have fought (and failed) to stop her political career from climbing to new heights. 
Hillary’s resilience is unparalleled. She bounces back in the face of defeat because she’s smart, articulate, and tough. 
Many of Hillary’s colleagues have often noted that she is almost always the most knowledgeable person in the room about any given issue. Her knowledge, persistence, and stamina is an unstoppable combination. Her perseverance, despite being attacked daily for the last 30 years, is a testament to her political skill and brilliance. 
Her historic bid for the Presidency is the closest we have come to electing a woman to the highest office in our land. Although she did not become President, she did become Secretary of State — bouncing back from yet another defeat.
Former President Bill Clinton, the other half of this political powerhouse, often describes Hillary as the most competent person in his generation. I couldn’t agree more. So although she may have been too polarizing to win the Presidency in 2008, we can all be certain that if given the opportunity, she would have been one of the most competent and successful President’s in our lifetime.

gardensgrey:

History will look at Hillary Clinton as someone who never gave up and continued to succeed, despite being knocked down over and over again. She will be seen as a polarizing trailblazer who finally found her voice — leading to eventual success as First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State.

Once in positions of power, Hillary is ruthless when it comes to effectively advocating for her positions and destroying the opposition. This is why Republicans have fought (and failed) to stop her political career from climbing to new heights. 

Hillary’s resilience is unparalleled. She bounces back in the face of defeat because she’s smart, articulate, and tough. 

Many of Hillary’s colleagues have often noted that she is almost always the most knowledgeable person in the room about any given issue. Her knowledge, persistence, and stamina is an unstoppable combination. Her perseverance, despite being attacked daily for the last 30 years, is a testament to her political skill and brilliance. 

Her historic bid for the Presidency is the closest we have come to electing a woman to the highest office in our land. Although she did not become President, she did become Secretary of State — bouncing back from yet another defeat.

Former President Bill Clinton, the other half of this political powerhouse, often describes Hillary as the most competent person in his generation. I couldn’t agree more. So although she may have been too polarizing to win the Presidency in 2008, we can all be certain that if given the opportunity, she would have been one of the most competent and successful President’s in our lifetime.

(Reblogged from gardensgrey)