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"To me, a mystery is like a magnet. Whenever there is something that’s unknown, it has a pull to it. If you were in a room and there was an open doorway, and stairs going down and the light just fell away, you’d be very tempted to go down there. When you only see a part, it’s even stronger than seeing the whole. The whole might have a logic, but out of its context, the fragment takes on a tremendous value of abstraction. It can become an obsession." — David Lynch

(Source: strangewood, via ultraflesh)

tri-ciclo:

Theo Angelopoulos, The weeping meadow, 2004

tri-ciclo:


Theo Angelopoulos, The weeping meadow, 2004

platmonde:

WWI Archive photos (1/2)

Photos taken from the English, French and German archives

(via svartmagi)


You think you’ve walked on corpses? Spread them from here to the horizon, and I have walked further.

You think you’ve walked on corpses? Spread them from here to the horizon, and I have walked further.

(Source: victorfrankystein)