Cats and Girls
Cats and Girls
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almost-ghost:

i love you
almost-ghost:

i love you
almost-ghost:

i love you
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sais:

The Living Icon.
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200gb:

Girls Residence, Kishin Shinoyama 1997
200gb:

Girls Residence, Kishin Shinoyama 1997
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forthebrave:

Women of the World
Photos by Steve McCurry
forthebrave:

Women of the World
Photos by Steve McCurry
forthebrave:

Women of the World
Photos by Steve McCurry
forthebrave:

Women of the World
Photos by Steve McCurry
forthebrave:

Women of the World
Photos by Steve McCurry
forthebrave:

Women of the World
Photos by Steve McCurry
forthebrave:

Women of the World
Photos by Steve McCurry
forthebrave:

Women of the World
Photos by Steve McCurry
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Ali Michael | Oyster Mag #104
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wryer:

 

moonlight-driive:

"Her blonde hair was part of an attempt to to start over and adopt a new persona, following her first suicide attempt in August of 1953." Plath, who had spent six months in psychiatric care following the suicide attempt, had seemed to improve greatly by the the summer of 1954. This period of time has been lovingly referred to by her biographers as her “platinum summer.”
wryer:

 

moonlight-driive:

"Her blonde hair was part of an attempt to to start over and adopt a new persona, following her first suicide attempt in August of 1953." Plath, who had spent six months in psychiatric care following the suicide attempt, had seemed to improve greatly by the the summer of 1954. This period of time has been lovingly referred to by her biographers as her “platinum summer.”
wryer:

 

moonlight-driive:

"Her blonde hair was part of an attempt to to start over and adopt a new persona, following her first suicide attempt in August of 1953." Plath, who had spent six months in psychiatric care following the suicide attempt, had seemed to improve greatly by the the summer of 1954. This period of time has been lovingly referred to by her biographers as her “platinum summer.”
wryer:

 

moonlight-driive:

"Her blonde hair was part of an attempt to to start over and adopt a new persona, following her first suicide attempt in August of 1953." Plath, who had spent six months in psychiatric care following the suicide attempt, had seemed to improve greatly by the the summer of 1954. This period of time has been lovingly referred to by her biographers as her “platinum summer.”