1. likeafieldmouse:

    J. M. W. Turner

    1. A Harpooned Whale

    2. Sea Monsters and Vessels at Sunset

    3. Storm Clouds

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  2. Alfama, Lisbon

     
  3. Lisbon is lovely and full of delicious pastries! We got über-touristy about the custard tarts.

     
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  7. City Map Illustrations | by Anna Bond of Rifle Paper Co.

    Check out these delightful prints of city map illustrations by Anna Bond, co-founder of Rifle Paper Co. I’m a big fan of her work, and I’d gladly add everything on Rifle Paper Co.’s website to my wishlist! Purchase these prints here

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  8. God is dead!

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  9. ailalelo:

    Do you feel the danger of the banana?

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  10. Blackberry and apple crumble cake

    One of the best things about being in Northern Ireland in September is that there are blackberries everywhere. (My friends and I also had an opportunity to scrump the Earl of Antrim’s apples yesterday, but we chickened out.) Anyway, this cake is based on Dorie Greenspan’s apple cake, which has a glorious fruit-to-batter ratio, and involves blackberries and pecan streusel for extra autumnal excitement.

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    To make the streusel, mix 30g flour, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 50g sugar and 100g chopped pecans. Rub in 30g butter and set aside.

    Melt 115g butter and leave to cool. Beat 2 eggs with 130g sugar and 1/2 tsp vanilla. Add 110g plain flour, a pinch of salt, 3/4 tsp baking powder and the melted butter. Dice 3 apples and fold in, along with 150g blackberries. Sprinkle streusel over the top of the cake and bake at 180 for about an hour.

     
  11. there and back again

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  12. likeavirgil:

    Heinrich Bünting, Europa Prima Pars Terrae in Forma Virginis (ca. 1581)

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  13. beautiful idiot

     
  14. parksandrecthings:

    THE GREATEST LESLIE LINE

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