Been going through a major transition period lately and still trying to figure out my footing.

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theparisreview:

On Virginia Woolf’s conception of privacy: “Many people accept the idea that each of us has a certain resolute innerness … What interested Woolf was the way that we become aware of that innerness. We come to know it best, she thought, when we’re forced, at moments of exposure, to shield it against the outside world.”
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Palais des Beaux-arts de Lille.
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~   (noun) In our list of beautiful feelingscollywobbles is described as butterflies in your stomach. Butterflies in your stomach is the feeling of nervousness and uneasiness you get in the most tender and life changing moments. From having that special somebody look at you or getting ready for an interview, having collywobbles makes us feel alive. That tingly sensation we get in our stomach is an indicator of our heart and mind working together, which is extraordinary and uniquely beautiful.   (via saintofsass)

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wanderingscientist:

Some heather fading into autumn, with Old Man of Storr and Needle rock fading into clouds behind.
Isle of Skye, Scotland
septemberwildflowers:

I loved Bath and London, but it was nice to be back out in the country. And this village was simply darling. (at Bibury)
pureblyss:

I don’t share my work very often here because tumblr is so notorious for removing credit, but I wanted to share these. My film images from Alsace, France are featured on the Belle Lumière Magazine blog today. It’s a beautiful film-only blog and I’m honored to be published there amongst so many talented people! View the full feature here.
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noelshiveley:

Mrs. Doubtfire kept me positive when my dad left us.
Hook made me glad that I didn’t fit in.
and Dead Poet Society completely changed the way I think.
Much love to someone who I’ve never met, yet has impacted me more that I can say.

londonbooks:

Idler Academy, W2. Round the corner from Royal Oak and treat yourself to Idler’s delights. A beautiful contemporary book shop. The coffee is definitely legit and more than enough excuse to while away a few hours in one of their very comfy reading chairs. http://idler.co.uk/academy/

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gillianstevens:

We’ve arrived in Bath and its just the most breathtaking city!
#thestevenstravels
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