bookmania:

La Infinito, café-libros-arte, Madrid. La Infinito is a bookshop café serving ‘long moments and nice chats’, afternoon readings, and wifi sessions, without making its customers worry that the waiter would remove the glasses from the table by the time they finish eating. Open from dawn to midnight, La Infinito serves breakfast with their completely original menu, in which all options are named after artists (e.g. name of juices are poets, musicians are shakes). La Infinito is also a space open to all kinds of cultural events. There are two shelves loaded with books and essays about poetry and theater, copies of literary works which are available for selling and sharing, and a small stage available to artists who want to present interesting projects like poetry readings. There’s surely not a place for literature like La Infinito. (Photo by James Madden)
I accomplished all of these in the past year and got a person who loves me on top and i consider myself one of the happiest people aliveI havent felt this secure and loved all my life and my anxities shrink day by dayIm so grateful for thisI remeber when i reblogged this a year ago hoping for it to become true and thought about the possibilities of getting thereIf anyone asked me for my own recipe for happiness, this is it.

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Red head
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Played around with my cam in my garden today quite like the result
Got nothing better to do anyways
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"Maybe home is nothing but two arms holding you tight when you’re at your worst."

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cinemagorgeous:

Before They Pass Away. Photographer Jimmy Nelson traveled around the earth to try and document the world’s most secluded tribes. 

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uoj:

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)

mossycoat:

i LIVE for completely unrelated pieces of art that have near identical colour schemes

(Femme assise dans un fauteuil (1953) - Pablo Picasso)
(Rose McGowan for Interview magazine, October 1995)

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