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  2. "Because sometimes your husband surprises you with flowers and sometimes the light comes in from the window just right making them exceptionally beautiful.” | Endlessly Enraptured 

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  3. Phosphorescent - Ya Hey

    plays: 20,575





  7. A young girl blowing a large bubble gum bubble (1946)
    by Bob Landry

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  8. Marion Morgan dancers pose as forest nymphs, titled ‘Summer’. Featured in Theatre Magazine, 1918

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  10. Washed Out - Weightless

    plays: 2,539

    Weightless / Washed Out 

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  11. Olive Cotton, the photographer’s shadow (Olive Cotton and Max Dupain), 1935

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  12. At last she looked up at him. Her eyes were full of tears, and her look unbearably naked. Such looks we have all once or twice in our lives received and shared; they are those in which worlds melt, pasts dissolve, moments when we know, in the resolution of profoundest need, that the rock of ages can never be anything else but love, here, now, in these two hands’ joining, in this blind silence in which one head comes to rest beneath the other.
    — John Fowles, The French Lieutenant’s Woman  (via thatkindofwoman)

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