” من قال أننا يجب أن نكون بارعين في الكتابه لنوصل رسائلنا لمن نحب؟
أكتب لي، قل شيئاً تحبه فأشاركك الشغف.
قل شيئاً تكرهه فأشاركك الغضب.
أو تحدث عن أشياء عابره غير مهمه وأنا سأشاركك إهمالها والقفز منها الى ماتحب. “ ✨🌷
Maynard Owen Williams (1888-1963) :
A corner of the smoking-room of a men’s club - Haifa, Palestine circa 1921
Sheik Jacob Boukhari poses for a photograph in Jerusalem, December 1927.
A Yemenite Jew wears the red fez and stripped scarf. - Jerusalem.
Mgr. Damianos, a Greek Orthodox Patriarch, poses wearing medals. - Jerusalem
A clergyman poses for the camera. - Jerusalem
A Christian girl wearing a festal costume sits in a field in Ramallah.
Two women stand in the Temple area at Jerusalem.
A Muslim girl in the streets of Palestine.
A Christian girl in a dark gown sits in a field in Ramallah.
A view of Haifa, Palestine’s tourist port, from Mount Carmel.
ذائقة الموت - أيمن العتوم
New York City during the 1980s was an entirely different kind of city than it is today. Street photographer Richard Sandler spent much of the decade capturing the urban grit found along the busy sidewalks, bustling street corners, and crowded subway trains throughout the city.
|—||Imam Ja’far as-Sadiq (as)|
Thank you :)
Smells like science!
Remember, it’s not really YOU that stinks, it’s your microbial body-mates.
|—||Robert Glover (via thatkindofwoman)|
Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane
One of the most eye-catching artworks at this year’s Burning Man festival was a 55-feet tall sculpture of a woman in a beautifully elegant pose. Truth is Beauty is the second of three sculptures in a series called The Bliss Project by artist Marco Cochrane. Constructed of welded steel rods and balls and covered in stainless steel mesh skin, the massive sculpture had interactive lighting effects that made it constantly change.
I loveeeeeee THISSS OMG
I wasn’t going to reblog this because I’m on the fence about Burning Man, but I have got to say…These shots stole my breath.