I took this photo at home a couple of years ago by sticking out my camera out of my window. I had to. 😅 #goodmorning

I took this photo at home a couple of years ago by sticking out my camera out of my window. I had to. 😅 #goodmorning

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mandatoryrollercoaster:

Human Spice Latte

mandatoryrollercoaster:

Human Spice Latte

Recaptured Memories: Clark. I’m not sure if it was for the photography contest or the time when I went for the hot air balloon fest. All I remembered is that I witnessed a sunrise and it was beautiful. #goodmorning

Recaptured Memories: Clark. I’m not sure if it was for the photography contest or the time when I went for the hot air balloon fest. All I remembered is that I witnessed a sunrise and it was beautiful. #goodmorning

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Cactus - something I want to whack you with. #goodnight

Cactus - something I want to whack you with. #goodnight

Tags: goodnight
Recaptured Memories: Malaysia 2012. #goodmorning

Recaptured Memories: Malaysia 2012. #goodmorning

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So apparently I’m going to be left alone for a couple of years because of one single disrepspectful act that was done by the younger ones leading to be the biggest mistake that was ever made. You shall never ever make your professor mad at the last minute of your remedial exam especially when you’re at her frking mercy. Why did you let your pride win? You should have been calm despite of the amount of desperation you felt that day.

Why?

Now my schedule is hella messed up. I feel like giving up but this is the time that I can’t do that.


Self Portrait by Salvator Rosa
c.1647 (MET)

Self Portrait by Salvator Rosa

c.1647 (MET)

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  • student: coughs
  • teacher: from all this talking i can assume you're all done with your work
Tags: YAS every time
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Ferdinando de’ Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscan
Giovanni Battista Foggini
c.1680-1682

This bust of the elder son of Grand Duke Cosimo de’ Medici and that of his father (MMA, 1993.332.1) belong to a series of compelling images representing members of the Medici family. The dramatic, vigorous late Baroque style reveals the influence of Bernini and his followers on Foggini. Ferdinando is portrayed in his early twenties. The artist captures his dreamy and sensitive nature, which radiates from his handsome, regular features. His face is framed by a mass of cascading curls that merges with the lavish Venetian gros-point lace of his jabot and the folds of his generous mantle. At the time the portrait was carved, Cosimo was pressing the young prince to take a wife. Ferdinando married in 1689, but the union did not produce an heir. When the prince predeceased his father, the grand-ducal crown was passed to his brother Gian Gastone, the last Medici to rule Florence. (MET)

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Ferdinando de’ Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscan

Giovanni Battista Foggini

c.1680-1682

This bust of the elder son of Grand Duke Cosimo de’ Medici and that of his father (MMA, 1993.332.1) belong to a series of compelling images representing members of the Medici family. The dramatic, vigorous late Baroque style reveals the influence of Bernini and his followers on Foggini. Ferdinando is portrayed in his early twenties. The artist captures his dreamy and sensitive nature, which radiates from his handsome, regular features. His face is framed by a mass of cascading curls that merges with the lavish Venetian gros-point lace of his jabot and the folds of his generous mantle. At the time the portrait was carved, Cosimo was pressing the young prince to take a wife. Ferdinando married in 1689, but the union did not produce an heir. When the prince predeceased his father, the grand-ducal crown was passed to his brother Gian Gastone, the last Medici to rule Florence. (MET)

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