1. olivia-deh:

    Olivia de Havilland and Vivien Leigh take a break on the set of Gone With the Wind, during Melanie’s birth scene. 

    Image is from “The Making of Gone With The Wind” by Steve Wilson; found online here.

    (via vivienleighseyebrow)

     
  2. vivelareine:

    A portrait of Maria Theresa at age three, circa 1720-1721, by an unknown artist.

     
  3. nosoonersaid:

    Maddalena Penitente, 1809, Canova

    (via blackpaint20)

     

  4. allmymetaphors:

    if you think that i won’t listen to the same song 400 times in a row you are dead wrong 

    (via talkdowntowhitepeople)

     
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  7. vivelareine:

    A vintage illustration of Marie Antoinette from a Chocolat Poulain Orange card

    [source: my scan/collection]

     

  8. stonerthings:

    my anaconda don’t want none unless you got a blunt rolled for me and a large pizza on the way

    (via cats-weed-sleep)

     
  9. fuckyeahpaganism:

    Hail Freya, Norse goddess of love, war, beauty, and sorcery. 

     
  10. (Source: givemeonepillow, via lady-doe)

     
  11. allthingseurope:

    Tintern, Wales (by -terry-)

    (via blackpaint20)

     
  12. Grease (1978)

    (Source: vintagegal, via vintagegal)

     
  13. detailsofpaintings:

    Jean-Baptiste Van Loo, Portrait of Princess Amelia, Daughter of George II

    First half of the 18th century

    (via mademoisellelapiquante)

     
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  15. (Source: frivolously)