My spaceship has landed
Sara. 18. Feminist. Actress. Aquarius. Born with a love of the unusual and the creative, and a special talent for time wasting. Also afflicted with a serious case of wanderlust.

This blog is composed of things that go on in my head.
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artistandstudio:

Robert Motherwell and Helen Frankenthaler’s home in 1967. They divorced in 1971.

artistandstudio:

Robert Motherwell and Helen Frankenthaler’s home in 1967. They divorced in 1971.

ivoriy:

q'd, in paris

ivoriy:

q'd, in paris

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Reblogged from goldpixie, Posted by badgorlbribri.
badgorlbribri:

ok
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Jimi Hendrix photographed by Petra Niemeier, 1967.

Jimi Hendrix photographed by Petra Niemeier, 1967.

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adustyrayoflight:

valium under a microscope

adustyrayoflight:

valium under a microscope

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Reblogged from pixography, Posted by pixography.
pixography:

Pawel Kuczynski

pixography:

Pawel Kuczynski

Reblogged from adustyrayoflight, Posted by the-mineral-king.

sancophaleague:

At 14 years old, Tony Hansberry Jr. developed a new suture method for hysterectomy patients. As a result of the work of the young genius, the time it takes doctors to perform hysterectomies and the potential risk of complications has been reduced.
At age 12, Hansberry’s parents exposed him to the field of medicine by sending him to the Darnell-Cookman School of the Medical Arts in Jacksonville, Fla.
His invention came about when they sent him to an internship at the University of Florida’s Center for Simulation Education the next summer, where he was able to participate in hands-on simulated medical work.
Now at age 18, Hansberry, a.k.a. “The next Charles Drew” is a freshman bio-medical engineering student at Florida A&M University. The Tallahassee native serves as senator of his freshman class and is a chemistry major. He’s followed his father’s footsteps by enrolling at FAMU and his mother’s – who is a registered nurse.
Hansberry’s research began last summer during his internship at the University of Florida ‘s Center for Simulation Education and Safety Research in Jacksonville, Florida.

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