📷 @amateursenior .
🌍 Tegucigalpa, Honduras .
📃 Tegucigalpa is the capital city of Honduras. Set in a central valley surrounded by mountains, it’s known for its well-preserved Spanish colonial architecture. The main Plaza Morazán is dominated by the 18th-century Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel, with its baroque interior. The Museum of National Identity traces the country’s history. It includes a virtual tour of the Copán Mayan ruins of western Honduras.
Da série: eu uso esse estilo de sandálias desde adolescência, acho o formato delas anatômico, ainda mais eu que piso torto rsrs, a moda sempre se renova e agora o nome do estilo 👙básico ou praiano🌊 se chama #vsco girls (vsco do aplicativo mesmo). 5 anos atrás ainda o rótulo era 🎀garotas tumblr, e antes soft grunge, e antes e zás zás zás...lol! Por vezes sempre penso que para algumas coisas, andamos em círculos na sociedade por mais que evoluímos, existem idéias que apenas se renovam, essa apesar de ser apenas estética, é uma delas. 👩🏼🎤 #omundomuda#reinventando#circles#vscogirls#pastel#softgrunge#dandelions#floral#flor#birkenstocks#sapatíneos#aboutStyle#lookbook
Buen día 🌺
Cómo están? Ya viernes!!!
Siii, nose ustedes pero los días están pasando volando, como saben todos nuestros productos son hechos a mano y llevan tiempo!!!
Por eso te recuerdo que tomamos pedidos para Navidad hasta el 10/12 pero hay varios productos que ya están agotados y no vamos a llegar a preparar.
Así que no cuelgues!!!
Les dejo está opción para regalar, la TORTA🍰🎂,
Ideal para cantar el feliz cumpleaños muchas veces 😂 o sacarle las velas y hacer una tarta de frutilla 😋
Que tengan un bello Viernes🎉
#自己流 で #パステル画 を描いてた頃の一枚です。友達の結婚(インド人男性とドイツ人女性)の記念に頼まれて。♥️気持ちだけは、しっかり込めました。けれど、あれから数年、、彼らの愛は醒めてしまった、、(遠い目)。人生って そういうものですよね、、。 #人物画
This’s from years ago when l have started to paint with pastels( #selftaught ).They both are my friends and l was asked to paint their portrait for the anniversary of their marriage.. ♥️...but unfortunately they chose to divorce .. that’s the life.. #pastel#pastelpainting#portrait#love#artwork
نحنُ نردُّ القُبحَ بالجمال
لهذا تذكّر ؛ كلّما واجهتَ ظُلمًا أو قُبحًا
أن تُدافِع عن نفسِكَ بأن تختَرِعَ جمالًا ما،
وخُذ صورةً لذلكَ الجمال
ثبِّتهُ و وثِّقهُ
فإن كل حُسنٍ مُقاومة *
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A casual interaction with Goa's former Latin Quarters.
Goa was colonized by the Hindus, Muslims, and Portuguese, the latter leaving the biggest influence here, by far, which is clearly evident in this little region called Fontainhas.
Every year, for one week, the historic houses in Fontainhas are turned into art galleries to showcase heritage and build awareness amongst the younger generations of their cultural past.
A historian once called it " a small chunk of Portugal washed up on the shores of the Indian Ocean". It is the only area in Goa where Portugese is still the main spoken language.
Founded in the late 18th century by a wealthy Portuguese named Antonio Joao de Sequeira, for his coconut plantations.
In the early 1800s, when an epidemic spread in Old Goa (the ruins from my earlier post), the Portuguese government headquarters was shifted to Panjim. As a result, this area was transformed into the residential area for Portuguese administrative officers and rulers.
Chardin’s eyesight began to fuck up towards the end of his life. A bummer given the artist’s predilection for a more meticulous rendition of his subject. He was an artist who forswore the frills and fancies of the #rococo , preferring instead to paint his #portraits or #stilllives much in the manner of #baroque predecessors, all of whom indulged in a little #romantic#realism . Simple images - boys blowing #bubbles or a pile of #peaches or a collection of kitchen #utensils - were conscientiously conveyed, with his keen #eye reserved for the most minimal of plastic or textural diversity. #chardin painted the pedestrian as others would brush the Biblical, the result being that the viewer stopped, looked and was enthralled by his everyday. He made the mundane magnificent; the low, high; the invisible, visible. So time-consuming was Chardin’s strenuous technique that the #artist made, roughly, just four #paintings a year. And then his eyes went skew-whiff. But rather than be defeated by his wobbly optic, he merely changed gear and medium and began working with #pastels . Those beautifully gooey sticks of greasy chalk that allow an artist to draw in oils. #pastel allows you to be loose, liquid and take risks because one can immediately eradicate mistakes with one’s fingers. Pentimenti, accidents, the most glorious gaffes form a skin of process so that surfaces are smudgy, clammy and positively burst into life as a result of such mucilaginous animation. So here’s Chardin’s #selfportrait from 1771, now in the #louvre . It’s a work about #looking , dictated as much by the artist’s curious #stare out of the picture plane, away from the viewer, above his pince-nez. His brown eyes can’t see very well, but he sure can make a mark, modelling his features in a most robust fashion, employing a plethora of different hues and shades. The #scarf on his head is there not to articulate any eccentricity on his part (I’m as a blind as a bat so I stuck a scarf on my head; what am I like?) but to declare his undiminished faculties in this most radical of ways. Selfhood that shouts its serenity at you. I die. #jeanbaptistesimeonchardin died #otd in 1779 aged 80. #mcwrip#art
I'm backkkk :v
🍡This is my latest drawing of my favorite feminine fellow, Astolfo! Also, he has a new Class (saber). I'M IN LOVE with his new design. And swipe for an older drawing of him (April 2019)
I promise I'll post more stuff lmao
Good evening lovelies.
Yesterday I finally caved in and ordered myself the prettiest illustrated edition of Narnia.
F I N A L L Y.
Cause I indeed have never read it in my entire life. And since I'm bathing in the christmas mood atm, I am READY to start it. (Right after I made my way through the 750 page monster that is Winter's Tale that I'm currently only 140 pages into) ✨