mrs amber apple

A cup of tea makes everything better.

lostonthemountain:

Romualdas Požerskis, Lithuanian Pilgrimages, Pavandene, 1978
pureblyss:

*heaven*

pureblyss:

*heaven*

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pureblyss:

Gorgeous. If that were my view I’d just pull out the lawn chairs and stare at it, too. 

pureblyss:

Gorgeous. If that were my view I’d just pull out the lawn chairs and stare at it, too. 

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organicafe:

b-undt:

罪人 + 情人

➳

“A beautiful day begins with a beautiful mindset. When you wake up, take a second to think about what a privilege it is to simply be alive and healthy. The moment you start acting like life is a blessing, I assure you it will start to feel like one.”

—   (via stevenrosas)

(via creta)

tothecatcher:

I am last to the sea
Yet she waits for me.

(via kvtes)

charislogia:

(via Edwardian lady and her pet dog…French postcard | People)

“I’m with you. No matter what else you have in your head I’m with you and I love you.”

—   Ernest Hemingway, The Garden of Eden  (via explore-everywhere)

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lifeisanorchestra:

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obsessedwiththeroyals:


1/∞ of my favourite royal pictures (♚)

Queen Elizabeth, consort of George King George VI, was photographed in 1939 by Cecil Beaton, a famous photographer for Vogue who was, indeed, considered extremely revolutionary. In his diary, it is suggested that the woman who is now commonly known as the ‘Queen Mother’ was directly involved with each portrait, selecting dresses and accessories. These portraits were the start of a wonderful relationship between the pair, Beaton going on to photograph numerous royal events, such as the baby photographs of Prince Charles and the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. In 1963, when Beaton published his first book of royal portraits, the Queen mother wrote to her photographer: “My dear Mr Beaton…I feel that as a family, we must be deeply grateful to you for producing us, as really quite nice and real people!”

obsessedwiththeroyals:

1/∞ of my favourite royal pictures ()

Queen Elizabeth, consort of George King George VI, was photographed in 1939 by Cecil Beaton, a famous photographer for Vogue who was, indeed, considered extremely revolutionary. In his diary, it is suggested that the woman who is now commonly known as the ‘Queen Mother’ was directly involved with each portrait, selecting dresses and accessories. These portraits were the start of a wonderful relationship between the pair, Beaton going on to photograph numerous royal events, such as the baby photographs of Prince Charles and the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. In 1963, when Beaton published his first book of royal portraits, the Queen mother wrote to her photographer: “My dear Mr Beaton…I feel that as a family, we must be deeply grateful to you for producing us, as really quite nice and real people!”

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