19thcenturyboyfriend:

Ferdinand lured by Ariel (1850), John Everett Millais

19thcenturyboyfriend:

Ferdinand lured by Ariel (1850), John Everett Millais

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magisterphoenix:

 

hierarchical-aestheticism:

Gillian Welch/Alison Krauss/Emmylou Harris - Didn’t Leave Nobody But The Baby

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laclefdescoeurs:

Figure with a Laurel Wreath, Herbert James Draper

laclefdescoeurs:

Figure with a Laurel Wreath, Herbert James Draper

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error888:

Navajo man dressed as the Nayenezgani spirit, 1904. [500 x 684] - Imgur

error888:

Navajo man dressed as the Nayenezgani spirit, 1904. [500 x 684] - Imgur

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Ruth Schell’s 1963 article, “Swamp Yankee” in American Speech, explains in detail the characteristics and usage associated with the term. She claims that it is used predominantly in Rhode Island, eastern Connecticut and occasionally southeastern Massachusetts, to describe: “a rural dweller—one of stubborn, old-fashioned, frugal, English-speaking Yankee stock, of good standing in the rural community, but usually possessing minimal formal education and little desire to augment it. Swamp Yankees themselves react to the term with slight disapproval or indifference…The term is unfavorably received when used by a city dweller with the intention of ridiculing a country resident; however, when one country resident refers to another as a swamp Yankee, no offense is taken, and it is treated as good-natured jest.”.[1]

mellifluousandgargalesthesian:

Crazy in love - Antony and the Johnsons

Saturday night, so I’m obviously cold-water masticating this deer skull I found in the woods. 

Saturday night, so I’m obviously cold-water masticating this deer skull I found in the woods. 

ghaas:

The Zombies - It’s Alright With Me, 1965