1920's

The "flapper times" were a revolution of manners and morals. A Flapper was a woman who embraced the new fashions & urban attitudes. A Flapper was more a symbol than a reality. There were shorter hemlines. Brighter colors were also added.

Under water.... I've always wanted to do this! Have like a room or hallway underwater and swim through it! Amazing

I know this isn't a mermaid, but I have dreams like this ALL THE TIME, where my house fills up with water and I swim to the ceiling and stuff. It's cool! Love this picture.

you can image these colors to be correct to what he saw or imagined but i found he makes it come off more bolder and bright. David hockney

David Hockney Portrait of an Artist (Pool with two figures), 1972 Acrylic on canvas, in.

a cup of tea and a good book solves everything

"You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me. Lewis- I like this first because of the quote, second because it is earl grey tea, which makes me think of st:tng.

1966: Russian Ballerina Sonia Petrovna waits for the bus, Paris

1966 Russian ballerina Sonia Petrovna waits for le bus, showing restraint by not dancing. 21 Magnificent Mid-Century Pics Of Paris

Swimm / photography series by Mária Švarbová. via it's nice that #photography #pool #swim

Mária Švarbová’s calm and surreal images of bathers at a Slovakian swimming pool

1958 fashion

"Five models wearing fashionable dress suits at a race track betting window, at Roosevelt Raceway". Photographed by Nina Leen for LIFE Magazine, 195

A Jewish cobbler shaking hands with an Arab shopkeeper. Photograph by John Phillips. Palestine, 1943.

A Jewish cobbler shaking hands with an Arab shopkeeper. Photograph by John Phillips.


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