NEVER KNOW DEAR

  1. (via Decaying, Melting And Otherwise Disintegrating Sculptures By Valerie Hegarty | DeMilked)
  2. Tine Poppe, Lotus Meditations

    (via LensCulture)

    Tine Poppe, Lotus Meditations

    (via LensCulture)

  3. Caitlin Teal Price Annabelle series

    Caitlin Teal Price
    Annabelle series

  4. Rebecca Norris Webb
Front Door

    Rebecca Norris Webb
    Front Door

    (Source: flakphoto.com)

  5. John Divola
Zuma series, 1977

    John Divola
    Zuma series, 1977

  6. Such a small, pure object a poem could be, made of nothing but air, a tiny string of letters, maybe small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. But it could blow everybody’s head off.

    Mary Karr, from Lit: A Memoir (Harper, 2009)

    (Source: litpine, via apoetreflects)

  7. seaofempties:

Mayger, Oregon

    seaofempties:

    Mayger, Oregon

  8. littlebrownmushroom:
Jay Keyser on “The Snow Man” by Wallace Stevens:
"You must see the world the way the snow man does. The snow man is free of human biases. He knows that in winter the days aren’t cold and miserable; you are. To see like him, you must constantly challenge your own assumptions."

    littlebrownmushroom:

    Jay Keyser on “The Snow Man” by Wallace Stevens:

    "You must see the world the way the snow man does. The snow man is free of human biases. He knows that in winter the days aren’t cold and miserable; you are. To see like him, you must constantly challenge your own assumptions."

  9. It is hard for a flat thing to understand a round one.

    Arthur Dove (via apoetreflects)

    (Source: jeannemcright, via apoetreflects)

  10. the-coast-is-clear:

always blue and white.

    the-coast-is-clear:

    always blue and white.