Reality Escapes Her...

I'm just a clumsy, hazel-eyed girl from a small town who likes interesting pictures and inspiring quotes that help me escape reality every once in a while. I didn't take these pictures, unless otherwise noted.
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Feb 18

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Feb 14

Happy Valentine’s Day! 

-Kjersti (new york kitty)

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Anonymous said: Happy Valentine's day! You're lovely x

Aww, thank you. Happy Valentine’s to you as well!


Me on Valentines Day.

Me on Valentines Day.

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Feb 11



collectivehistory:

London readers continue to browse at a bombed-out library, WWII. 

collectivehistory:

London readers continue to browse at a bombed-out library, WWII. 

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yama-bato:

“This is a view of Claude Monet standing in his first studio amidst his favorite canvases. The light of the afternoon is almost palpable.
This room located in his main house at Giverny was turned into his sitting-room after 1890…”
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yama-bato:

“This is a view of Claude Monet standing in his first studio amidst his favorite canvases. The light of the afternoon is almost palpable.

This room located in his main house at Giverny was turned into his sitting-room after 1890…”

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dadsamoviecritic:

Visual scene from ‘Steamboat Bill Jr.’ starring Buster Keaton.  To dispel some myths:  this was done in one take and it IS Buster Keaton standing there when the facade falls down through him.  No… it is not a figment of ‘movie magic. In fact, many stage hands after measuring and calculating where Mr. Keaton should stand, actually left the lot, as that they were afraid that their measurements might be off.  The window opening brushed Keaton with 2 inches to spare on both sides.  Gutsy move, if I do say so myself.

dadsamoviecritic:

Visual scene from ‘Steamboat Bill Jr.’ starring Buster Keaton.  To dispel some myths:  this was done in one take and it IS Buster Keaton standing there when the facade falls down through him.  No… it is not a figment of ‘movie magic. In fact, many stage hands after measuring and calculating where Mr. Keaton should stand, actually left the lot, as that they were afraid that their measurements might be off.  The window opening brushed Keaton with 2 inches to spare on both sides.  Gutsy move, if I do say so myself.

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