Happy, calm, funny, inspiring or just beautiful...
dysphoricsylph:

Evgenia Obraztsova in Sentimental Waltz.

dysphoricsylph:

Evgenia Obraztsova in Sentimental Waltz.

primaballerina83:

Renata shakirova

primaballerina83:

Renata shakirova

fillette4:

Summer greeting 3 (via P5000)
raspberrytart:

untitled by Anna Ådén on Flickr.
imbreakinginandshapingup:

Scape, Scape auf We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/65392202/via/maysf
alloftherabbits:

aintnobodysgirlfriend:

thewholockiansareinthetardis:


hashtagsadface:


housewitch:


Jewel Caterpillar


a caterpillar is prettier than me 


just look at the awesome moth it turns into



That is not an awesome moth it’s a f*cking demon from my nightmares

Shush you, it’s pretty. A Flufferfly.

alloftherabbits:

aintnobodysgirlfriend:

thewholockiansareinthetardis:

hashtagsadface:

housewitch:

Jewel Caterpillar

a caterpillar is prettier than me 

just look at the awesome moth it turns into

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That is not an awesome moth it’s a f*cking demon from my nightmares

Shush you, it’s pretty. A Flufferfly.

balanceandperfection:

aurelie-dupont:

Barre exercise - Dorothee Gilbert and Alessio Carbone

They’re so lucky to have their arm in fifth! With the RAD syllabus, in both advanced 1 AND advanced 2, the syllabus requires your arm to be in SECOND when you do the exercises with ronds de jamme jete :( it’s so so difficult to not kick your arm..

balanceandperfection:

aurelie-dupont:

Barre exercise - Dorothee Gilbert and Alessio Carbone

They’re so lucky to have their arm in fifth! With the RAD syllabus, in both advanced 1 AND advanced 2, the syllabus requires your arm to be in SECOND when you do the exercises with ronds de jamme jete :( it’s so so difficult to not kick your arm..

balanceandperfection:

rose—adagio:

kuklarusskaya:

“The Dancer”/”Dansaren” with Katja Bjorner

this is my favorite documentary of all time

tinyhousesmallspace:

figmentdotcom:

justastrumpet:

Reading nooks make me blissfully happy

If a house was made entirely of reading nooks, would they still be nooks? Follow-up question: If a house was made entirely of reading nooks, would anyone care what they were called, or would they be too busy having book-feels?

Small Spaces to read a good book…