Que es contrario a la naturaleza o que es propio de un monstruo

 

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Philippe Morillon, Portrait of Pennsylvania-born Andrew Warhola (1928-1987), 1977
"The most beautiful thing in Tokyo is McDonald’s. The most beautiful thing in Stockholm is McDonald’s. The most beautiful thing in Florence is McDonald’s.  Peking and Moscow don’t have anything beautiful yet.”  ~The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: (From A to B and Back Again) 1975~
o.p- kvetchlandia
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Philippe Morillon, Portrait of Pennsylvania-born Andrew Warhola (1928-1987), 1977

"The most beautiful thing in Tokyo is McDonald’s.
The most beautiful thing in Stockholm is McDonald’s.
The most beautiful thing in Florence is McDonald’s.
Peking and Moscow don’t have anything beautiful yet.”
~The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: (From A to B and Back Again) 1975~

o.p- kvetchlandia

(via expecttheunexpectedtoday)

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retrogasm:

Contrary to popular belief… Charlie Brown is not bald. Charles Schulz thought of Charlie as having hair that was so light, and cut so short, that it could not be seen very easily.

retrogasm:

Contrary to popular belief… Charlie Brown is not bald. Charles Schulz thought of Charlie as having hair that was so light, and cut so short, that it could not be seen very easily.

instagram:

Local Lens: Collecting Everyday Scenes in Chile

To see more of Chile through the lens of a local, follow @valentinagreene on Instagram.

Valentina Greene (@valentinagreene) is always going beyond the surface when she’s photographing a scene. “I enjoy looking beyond the things people usually see—like backyards or barns,” she says. “Behind facades and behind the scenes for the real deal. It’s my way of trying to get to know people and their stories.” Among Valentina’s favorite local places in Chile are the tiny towns near Lago Vichuquen. She says, “I am inspired by traces or clues that reflect people’s daily lives. Things that seem unimportant are precious to me.” Valentina also loves photographing the beach in Maitencillo, “I like its minimal scenario.” In her hometown of Santiago, Valentina recommends La Vega, a street market “full of color, noise, smells, dogs and the best characters.”

to live in this world
you must be able
to do three things -
to love what is mortal;
to hold it against your bones knowing
your own life depends on it;
and, when the time comes to let it go,
to let it go.

~ Mary Oliver (via conflictingheart)

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