as pretty as a picture

myheartfullofscripture:

mundus-absconditus:

A picture of a baby born "en-caul", which means that the membrane protecting the baby’s body and head has not yet torn. Normally, this membrane breaks as the birth process commences, and that is commonly referred to as “breaking of water”. En-caul births are very rare, occuring in fewer than 1 on 80,000 births. It is, however, almost always perfectly harmless.

Subhanallah!

myheartfullofscripture:

mundus-absconditus:

A picture of a baby born "en-caul", which means that the membrane protecting the baby’s body and head has not yet torn. Normally, this membrane breaks as the birth process commences, and that is commonly referred to as “breaking of water”. En-caul births are very rare, occuring in fewer than 1 on 80,000 births. It is, however, almost always perfectly harmless.

Subhanallah!

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gothtriggers:

Crime deterrence.

gothtriggers:

Crime deterrence.

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lilacdaisy:

evil-nirvana:

sixpenceee:

Burned Out by Urs Fischer (Website)

This is incredibly dope

Damn

lilacdaisy:

evil-nirvana:

sixpenceee:

Burned Out by Urs Fischer (Website)

This is incredibly dope

Damn

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clau-cambray:

 

Yayoi Kusama with a now-lost infinity net, 1961

clau-cambray:

 

Yayoi Kusama with a now-lost infinity net, 1961

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secretcinema1:

Outside Memphis, 1960, Inge Morath

secretcinema1:

Outside Memphis, 1960, Inge Morath




Called “the most beautiful man in America” by gossip columnist Walter Winchel, and “the male Gypsy Rose Lee”, Jack Starr (stage name, Jackie Starr) was one of the most successful female impersonators at the Garden of Allah. Born in 1915, Starr was a classically trained singer, a ballet dancer, an actor, and an excellent striptease artist. By 1929, he was performing in drag in Chicago and during the 1930s, he performed in New York. He joined the Jewel Box Revue in the late 1930s and moved to the west coast by 1940. He headlined at the Garden of Allah for the next ten years. Around 1950, Starr married a man named Bill Scott. The two remained together until Scott’s death sometime in the late 1960s. Starr died in the late 1980s.

Called “the most beautiful man in America” by gossip columnist Walter Winchel, and “the male Gypsy Rose Lee”, Jack Starr (stage name, Jackie Starr) was one of the most successful female impersonators at the Garden of Allah. Born in 1915, Starr was a classically trained singer, a ballet dancer, an actor, and an excellent striptease artist. By 1929, he was performing in drag in Chicago and during the 1930s, he performed in New York. He joined the Jewel Box Revue in the late 1930s and moved to the west coast by 1940. He headlined at the Garden of Allah for the next ten years. Around 1950, Starr married a man named Bill Scott. The two remained together until Scott’s death sometime in the late 1960s. Starr died in the late 1980s.

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1ghoul1:

 

rifles:

Louise Bourgeois — She Lost It, (‘92)

1ghoul1:

 

rifles:

Louise Bourgeois — She Lost It, (‘92)

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