Les Feuilles Mortes


Hitler’s chalet of stolen art seized, 1945

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ratak-monodosico:

Female snipers of the Soviet 3rd Shock Army, Germany, 1945

ratak-monodosico:

Female snipers of the Soviet 3rd Shock Army, Germany, 1945

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forknightclub:

EPILOGUE> “Wanting to Die” - Anne Sexton (1966)

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Ph by arthur elgort for vogue russia, december 1999

Ph by arthur elgort for vogue russia, december 1999

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lostsplendor:

Selfies of Historical Significance: Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanova, c. 1913.
 “All we know is that, thanks to a new camera and an old impulse, a teenage girl was able to gaze into a mirror, look into her own eyes, and capture her image for posterity.” (via 1913: Duchess Anastasia Takes a Selfie - Megan Garber - The Atlantic)

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Selfies of Historical Significance: Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanova, c. 1913.

“All we know is that, thanks to a new camera and an old impulse, a teenage girl was able to gaze into a mirror, look into her own eyes, and capture her image for posterity.” (via 1913: Duchess Anastasia Takes a Selfie - Megan Garber - The Atlantic)

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#Anastasia Romanova 
books0977:

Hilary Hahn resting with violin. Photograph by Peter Miller.
Hahn, 31, has made her career by straddling core concerto and recital repertoire with modern repertoire. She won her first Grammy in 2001 with a recording of Brahms and Stravinsky concertos with Neville Marriner and Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. Another Grammy followed in 2008 with Schoenberg and Sibelius concertos with the Swedish Radio Philharmonic, Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting.

books0977:

Hilary Hahn resting with violin. Photograph by Peter Miller.

Hahn, 31, has made her career by straddling core concerto and recital repertoire with modern repertoire. She won her first Grammy in 2001 with a recording of Brahms and Stravinsky concertos with Neville Marriner and Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. Another Grammy followed in 2008 with Schoenberg and Sibelius concertos with the Swedish Radio Philharmonic, Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting.

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