thatgirlwiththebike

22 going on 28.
Vegan.
Feminist.
Love my dog, Carolina.
Love animals.
Need Art.

americandesert:

I am definitely his spawn….

americandesert:

I am definitely his spawn….

(Source: iraffiruse)

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1855-95, [carte de visite portrait of a dispassionate gentleman standing behind studio prop window], Charles Lake Cramer
via the Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Carl Mautz Collection

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1855-95, [carte de visite portrait of a dispassionate gentleman standing behind studio prop window], Charles Lake Cramer

via the Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Carl Mautz Collection

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1868, [hand-gilt tintype portrait of a young woman wearing a fine dress and jewelry]
via Southern Methodist Central University Libraries, DeGolyer Library, Lawrence T. Jones III Texas Photography Collection

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1868, [hand-gilt tintype portrait of a young woman wearing a fine dress and jewelry]

via Southern Methodist Central University Libraries, DeGolyer Library, Lawrence T. Jones III Texas Photography Collection

(via )

oldrags:

August evening dress, 1828 England, Ackermann’s Repository

oldrags:

August evening dress, 1828 England, Ackermann’s Repository

erhbunique:

beautiful words:

Rasceta; The creases on the inside of the wrist.

knismesis; Light tickling

petrichor;    The smell of rain on dry ground

psithurism;    The sound of wind in trees or rustling leaves

clithridiate ;      Key-hole-shaped

grapholagnia;   The urge to stare at obscene pictures

baisemainkiss on the hand

gymnophoria;  The sensation that someone is mentally undressing you


taken from here

(via rasputin)


Owlpen Manor 
The Saxons originally settled here in the 9th Century, bringing over 1,200 years of dwelling upon this site. A Saxon man named Ulla was the original settler, giving it the name ‘Ulla’s Pen’. The manor itself was constructed in 1100 and belonged to the Owlpen family until 1462, when the Daunt family overtook it until 1615. Queen Margaret of Anjou famously stayed here the night before the Battle Of Tewkesbury. This is claimed to be her final night of happiness, as her army were defeated the following day and her only son, Edward, Prince Of Wales, was slain upon the battlefield. Following this, she was imprisoned by the Yorkists for four years. The manor is also said to be very haunted; particularly by a Benedictine monk, who was bricked up inside a wall during the Reformation and left to die, as well as the seventh Thomas Daunt - a known wizard and alchemist.
oldrags:

February morning dress, 1818 England, British Lady’s Magazine

oldrags:

February morning dress, 1818 England, British Lady’s Magazine

(Source: dashingsmiles, via velvetn)

woodendreams:

 (by Isogawyi)
dontbreakveg:

There’s no difference.

dontbreakveg:

There’s no difference.

(via happy-herbivore)