kilolux:

oddiology:

Viking

hi.

kilolux:

oddiology:

Viking

hi.

bornbythesea:

by Shudala Stanislav
mondoscultura:

Scultura Veglia dell’anima di Pietro Canonica, 1901
http://tinyurl.com/lh7vrx3

mondoscultura:

Scultura Veglia dell’anima di Pietro Canonica, 1901

http://tinyurl.com/lh7vrx3

mondoscultura:

opera di Pietro Canonica
 

mondoscultura:

opera di Pietro Canonica

 


Vaintas (detail) by Leo Putz (1869-1940)
oil on canvas, 1896

Vaintas (detail) by Leo Putz (1869-1940)

oil on canvas, 1896

100cose:

Summer chic

100cose:

Summer chic


Guido Guidi, Fosso Ghaiaia, Italie, 1971

Guido Guidi, Fosso Ghaiaia, Italie, 1971

– Je vous aime bien, dit-il, parce que vous aimez l’Italie. C’est un lien entre nous et un lien très fort. Je ne pourrais pas être l’ami de quelqu’un qui n’aime pas l’Italie. J’ai connu des gens qui étaient aimables, généreux, honnêtes, mais qui n’aimaient pas l’Italie. Eh bien ! il arrivait toujours un moment où je découvrais qu’ils n’étaient pas si aimables, pas si généreux, pas si honnêtes que je l’avais cru. Un homme qui n’aime pas l’Italie est toujours plus ou un moins un barbare. Ce critère m’a rarement trompé.

Félicien Marceau, En de secrètes noces

victoriousvocabulary:

DOGMA
[noun]
1. an official system of principles or tenets concerning faith, morals, behavior, etc., as of a church. Synonyms: doctrine, teachings, set of beliefs, philosophy.
2. a specific tenet or doctrine authoritatively laid down, as by a church. Synonyms: tenet, canon, law.
3. prescribed doctrine proclaimed as unquestionably true by a particular group.
4. a settled or established opinion, belief, or principle. Synonyms: conviction, certainty.
5. Slang: a collection of established opinions which are not necessarily factual.
Etymology: Latin, from Greek, opinion, belief, from dokein, to seem, think; see.
[Michael Sowa]

victoriousvocabulary:

DOGMA

[noun]

1. an official system of principles or tenets concerning faith, morals, behavior, etc., as of a church. Synonyms: doctrine, teachings, set of beliefs, philosophy.

2. a specific tenet or doctrine authoritatively laid down, as by a church. Synonyms: tenet, canon, law.

3. prescribed doctrine proclaimed as unquestionably true by a particular group.

4. a settled or established opinion, belief, or principle. Synonyms: conviction, certainty.

5. Slang: a collection of established opinions which are not necessarily factual.

Etymology: Latin, from Greek, opinion, belief, from dokein, to seem, think; see.

[Michael Sowa]

mepenelope:

✰ Mary Jane Russell _ Vogue, December 1954 ✰

mepenelope:

✰ Mary Jane Russell _ Vogue, December 1954