Meanwhile in my head, I'm undergoing open-heart surgery. - Anne Sexton

Amy Winehouse performing I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know (x)

Liv Ullmann: "I was always reading a book in-between takes and once I looked up and they were still doing a lot with the camera…and…and I…looked up and Sven Nykvist, the cinematographer, was doing things with the camera and then, there, doing nothing…was Ingmar and he was just…looking at me. And I knew…he…he felt something for me.” (x)


Andrei Tarkovsky




Mazzy Star - Halah

Before I close the door I
Need to hear you say goodbye.
Baby won’t you change your mind?

(Source: m-u-s-i-c-only)


Papercut feat. Kristin Mainhart - Adrift

As the night falls into day
You’re like an old song
Running through my head

6681"You are in every line I have ever read." - Charles Dickens, from Great Expectations 

(Source: sangfroidwoolf)


foggy pier.
315, for 7-13-13
6:02 am, stearns wharf, santa barbara
this is the last of the pictures that i’ll post from what i think was the best run with my dslr yet. the first is probably one of my favorite pictures i’ve ever taken.

Fashioning Film: Ingmar Bergman’s “Persona” done by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia Nov 2008 “Cottage In Rive Al Mare”

250"We dreamed how we were perfect, and we were." - Sylvia Plath, from The Other Two


Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark - Enola Gay

(via sadventriloquist-deactivated201)


Full Moon setting behind Alps and the Sacra of San Michele: The picture captures the full Moon setting behind the Alps and the Sacra di San Michele, a religious complex situated 1,000 meters up Mount Pirchiriano, some 60 kilometers form Turin, in northern Italy. (© Stefano De Rosa/National Geographic Photo Contest)
427"Everything that
too perfect
too perfect
to be perfect." - Dejan Stojanovic, from Circling:1978-1987
55"It seems to me that what one aims at is to work with one’s mind and one’s soul together. By soul I mean that “thing” that makes the mind really important. I always picture it like this. My mind is a very complicated, capable instrument. But the interior is dark. It can work in the dark and throw off all kinds of things. But behind that instrument, like a very steady gentle light is the soul. And it’s only when the soul irradiates the mind that what one does matters. What I aim at is that state of mind when I feel my soul and my mind are one. It’s awfully, terribly difficult to get at. Only solitude will do it for me. It’s a mystery, anyway. One aims at perfection - knows one will never achieve it and goes on aiming as though one knew the exact contrary." - Katherine Mansfield, The Letters Of Katherine Mansfield: Volume II



Anna and Jean-Luc Godard, mid-1960’s.

The adoration in Anna’s eyes…

(via starmaps)

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