stasis: ˈstāsis:
a period or state of inactivity or equilibrium.

(visit the museum of modern crap if you like. or don't. life's too short, after all)


peter nicolai arbo “ingeborg”, 1868.


jennifer mehigan, theseus + the minotaur ii


hailey heaton

"we have destroyed something by our presence, a world perhaps. yet we scarcely breathe, spent as we are."
virginia woolf, from the Waves (hogarth press, 1931)

(Source: violentwavesofemotion, via everyoneswaiting)

(Source: excusedfromthis, via icantbearyou)


ghost photographs

(via leafj)

"earthly existence is nothing other than the slow growth of a human being toward the flowering of the soul we call death. it is in the tomb that the flower of life opens."
victor hugo, from ‘préface de mes œuvres (et post-scriptum de ma vie)’