i. ii.
­I want to be「eternal」like you

 —  forth

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Lunar Eclipse by msymonds on Flickr.

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パーフェクト・ブルー (Perfect Blue), Satoshi Kon (1998)

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kittenmeats:

"Pastoral: To Die in the Country" (1974) - Shûji Terayama

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plantbh:

緑のブログ

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mysticual:

rahdiate:

malformalady:

Forest lying beneath the waters of Lake Traful, Argentina. These trees used to stand on the hillside of Bayo Hill, or Alto Mahuida, when in the 1960’s a landslide ripped them from their location with rocks and all and they landed on the bottom of the lake.

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But why do I notice everything? She thought. Why must I think? She did not want to think. She wanted to force her mind to become a blank and lie back, and accept quietly, tolerantly, whatever came.

—  Virginia Woolf, The Years   (via kyokus)

(via kyokus)

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10000kisses:

kahvelikitap:

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I hate eyes so much, but I kinda love this.

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fuks:

新海诚新作《言叶之庭》作画逆天!每一帧都是精品壁纸

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nefertiti:

Japanese Girl is one of the most accomplished, fascinatingly hard to classify debuts I’ve heard. Avant-garde, folk, jazz, pop, reggae - just a few of the terms thrown at this album. A child piano prodigy, Akiko’s burgeoning career drove her out of high school to write this and her followup at age 19.

Nearly every track is a classic (the not even 3-minute “Denwasen” is considered a masterpiece) - with rhythmic complexity that baffled her more experienced backing band, Little Feat, and continues to surprise listeners even today. Strings enshroud songs like “Hekoriputaa” in mystique, sometimes disorienting in their surprise timing and intimacy (“Futa”, a woefully short song named after her child). The LP “was influenced by Japanese traditional music,” she says. “There’s a tendency to contain everything you’ve learned [on a debut]. That record had everything.”

The bizarre yet seamlessly interwoven mix of elements signifies how her career would continue to evolve. This uproarious song was the end of the album, but the start of many anthems she would create relentlessly, bending genres and collaborating with some of the biggest names in each of them (most significantly YMO), while remaining relatively unknown internationally herself.

(via sifragos)

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