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Ikat, Saree, Sari, Saris

Darling, let's be adventurerers - this would be a fun photo project on a road trip or adventure!! ♠ re-pinned by  http://wfpblogs.com/

Leading around the world…

Rani Ni Vav (0706)

Carved columns in the more complete, lower part of the stepwell.

Old Bollywood the beautiful Meena Kumari #vintage indian inspiration

Indian film actress often cited as 'The Tragedy Queen', both for her frequent portrayal of sorrowful and dramatic roles in her films and her real-life story

Infrared photography

Gorgeous Icy Infrared Photographs of Kiev

I want to start getting into this type of photography especially since the landscape and sky appear darker in infrared B&W film and the leaves come out brighter and more vibrant. Gorgeous Icy Infrared Photographs of Kiev by Oleg Stelmach.

Kutch, Gujarat, India

Kutch, Gujarat, India

Spring Grove Cemetery: The Dexter Mausoleum (aka "Dracula House") at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio

The Dexter Mausoleum, aka "Dracula House", Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio - second largest historical cemetery in the United States

Infrared photography

in the City Center of Hamburg at the river Alster. Infrared B+W Version: Idyllic Bridge infrared.

Nancy's Art Blog: Trip to London visiting exhibitions like British ...

Silk satin embroidered with silk thread and mirror work Gujarat, India: Caspar Purdon Clarke - Victoria and Albert Museum

Ming Fan (or “fanming” as he is sometimes credited) is a Chinese concept artist and illustrator based in Shanghai.

Inspiration for the country of Ming. [artist: Ming Fan (or “fanming” as he is sometimes credited), Chinese concept artist and illustrator based in Shanghai.

flesh colour

When 'Nude' Doesn't Match Your Skin Color: Psychologist Tara Raines Launches 'What's Your Nude' Campaign to Promote Diversity in Bra Colors

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. Martin Luther King, August 1963 I love these flesh tone crayons!