stelliii:

/shadow guide /., no. 5 by tammymcnary on Flickr.
ragincontagion:

Eighteenth century Bethlem was most notably portrayed in a scene from William Hogarth A Rake’s Progress (1735), the story of a rich merchant’s son, Tom Rakewell whose immoral living causes him to end up in Bethlem.
malformalady:

Flies beginning to colonize the eye after death. The first insects to arrive at decomposing remains are usually Calliphoridae, commonly referred to as blow flies. These flies have been reported to arrive within minutes of death or exposure, and deposit eggs within 1–3 hours. First eggs are laid in or near the natural orifices of the head and anus, as well as at the site of perimortem wounds. Depending on the rate of decomposition and the development time of particular blowfly species, eggs may hatch and young larvae begin to feed on tissues and liquids while the carcass is still classified in the fresh stage
TNF004: Permanent Vacation “Ends All” 7”

trackandfieldrecs:

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transparent-flowers:

Fuchsia hybrida. (x).
colorfulgradients:


colorful gradient 1705

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coyotenegro:

CHRISTL MUDRAK
erraticerotica:

 Cara Thayer and Louie Van Patten - “Confrontational Paintings of Intimacy”