the secret life of daydreams


or the documentation of a girl


astronomicalwonders:

Earth rise on the Moon

On December 24, 1968, Apollo 8 astronauts Frank Borman, James Lovell, and William Anders were coming around from the far side of the Moon on their fourth orbit. Borman began to roll the spacecraft, and as he did, the Earth rose into view over the Moon’s limb. Anders, photographing the Moon from the right side window, caught sight of the view, and exclaimed: “Oh my God, look at that picture over there! There’s the Earth comin’ up. Wow, is that pretty!”

He snapped a black and white photo (bottom), capturing humanity’s first view of Earth from another planetary body. A few minutes later, Anders put color film in the camera and took the iconic color photographs of a half Earth hanging over the lunar horizon.

Credit: NASA/Earth Observatory

montereybayaquarium:

Help keep an otter happy! It’s not too late for California residents to “check the box” on state tax forms to help save sea otters. The fund supports researchers and partners trying to understand the issues facing the threatened southern sea otter—and help the population recover.Learn more  

montereybayaquarium:

Help keep an otter happy! It’s not too late for California residents to “check the box” on state tax forms to help save sea otters. The fund supports researchers and partners trying to understand the issues facing the threatened southern sea otter—and help the population recover.

Learn more  


dpicchiophotos:

I had my boyfriend who smokes use matches for a few days instead of a lighter and record the date and time and whatever he was thinking about while smoking. 
It’s funny that he quit smoking a few weeks after this project. 

dpicchiophotos:

I had my boyfriend who smokes use matches for a few days instead of a lighter and record the date and time and whatever he was thinking about while smoking. 

It’s funny that he quit smoking a few weeks after this project. 

I felt that you were the one person I need not explain to.
—Anne Sexton, from A Self-Portrait In Letters (via lucasta)

(Source: violentwavesofemotion)

arosary:

being home just makes me sad

Poetry is made in bed, like love.
—André Breton (via oh-girl-among-the-roses)

(Source: lecerise)


Inka and Neele Hoeper by Lina Scheynius for Zeit Magazin.

Inka and Neele Hoeper by Lina Scheynius for Zeit Magazin.

(Source: fashiongonerogue.com)

It took a special kind of guts to be a fuck up as a woman, I thought. To say to hell with being the nice girl, the responsible one, the one who makes sure the man takes care of himself and eats properly and doesn’t take too many drugs. To be just as nihilistic and self-destructive as a man, knowing all along that you’ll get crucified for it, because somehow, the world will make everything your fault. He’ll be a martyr, and you’ll be a succubus. He’ll be a genius and you’ll be a groupie, He’ll be a hero, and you’ll be an ugly fat crack whore who deserves to die.
—Courtney Love (via alchemy)
feignedlaugh:

vulture-magazine:

The Phoebe twist: Fall is still a few months away but we can’t get enough of #Celine Pre-Fall 2014

!!!

feignedlaugh:

vulture-magazine:

The Phoebe twist: Fall is still a few months away but we can’t get enough of #Celine Pre-Fall 2014

!!!

jerrielzapata:

lmaooo i love her

jerrielzapata:

lmaooo i love her