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Sep 16, 2014
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old-school-fools:

Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese on the set of Taxi Driver, 1976

old-school-fools:

Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese on the set of Taxi Driver, 1976

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Sep 9, 2014
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tiffanycollective:

Apple Watch Announcement
I have been waiting for the next best wearable device that is stylishly fabulous enough to wear at a dinner and flexible enough to give me my stats after a good spin class. Thank you Apple!
I currently am rocking the Fitbit but it doesn’t tell me calories burned after spin class or the impact of my outdoor stair workout at the Santa Monica stairs…enter the Apple Watch.
I love how great it looks and the potentital ability from brands to make accompanying apps to make my life easier. If you know me, you know I’m all about anything and anyone that makes my life easier.
The downside is that it’s going to be $349 which seems a bit high but I get it, they have to compete with the Android watches out there AND the Apple Watch techinically is more than 2 watches in one so I’m hooked. Did I mention you eventually will be able to swipe your wrist at a store and pay with your watch. We are freakishly getting close to chips in our skin LOL.
One of my favorite features of the Apple Watch is that I can use it with my current iPhone 5 once I download iOS 8 so I don’t have to get an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. I wasn’t all that amazed by the iPhone 6, moreso with what iOS8 will now let me do on my iPhone 5.
Anyone else in love with the Apple Watch?

tiffanycollective:

Apple Watch Announcement

I have been waiting for the next best wearable device that is stylishly fabulous enough to wear at a dinner and flexible enough to give me my stats after a good spin class. Thank you Apple!

I currently am rocking the Fitbit but it doesn’t tell me calories burned after spin class or the impact of my outdoor stair workout at the Santa Monica stairs…enter the Apple Watch.

I love how great it looks and the potentital ability from brands to make accompanying apps to make my life easier. If you know me, you know I’m all about anything and anyone that makes my life easier.

The downside is that it’s going to be $349 which seems a bit high but I get it, they have to compete with the Android watches out there AND the Apple Watch techinically is more than 2 watches in one so I’m hooked. Did I mention you eventually will be able to swipe your wrist at a store and pay with your watch. We are freakishly getting close to chips in our skin LOL.

One of my favorite features of the Apple Watch is that I can use it with my current iPhone 5 once I download iOS 8 so I don’t have to get an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. I wasn’t all that amazed by the iPhone 6, moreso with what iOS8 will now let me do on my iPhone 5.

Anyone else in love with the Apple Watch?


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Sep 8, 2014
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la-belle-epoche:

Harald Slott-Møller (Danish, 1864-1937) Sankt Hans Aften ved Vejle Fjord (Mid Summers Night by the Vejlefjord), 1904 Oil on canvas
Vejle Kunstmuseum

la-belle-epoche:

Harald Slott-Møller (Danish, 1864-1937)
Sankt Hans Aften ved Vejle Fjord (Mid Summers Night by the Vejlefjord), 1904
Oil on canvas

Vejle Kunstmuseum

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Sep 8, 2014
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abystle:

Ancient Garden, Lajos Gulacsy, 1913

abystle:

Ancient Garden, Lajos Gulacsy, 1913

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Sep 8, 2014
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lawrenceleemagnuson:

Paul Signac (1863-1935)The Port of Saint-Tropez ( c.1901.)oil on canvas 131 x 161.5 cm

lawrenceleemagnuson:

Paul Signac (1863-1935)
The Port of Saint-Tropez ( c.1901.)
oil on canvas 131 x 161.5 cm

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Sep 8, 2014
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magictransistor:

Ernest Hemingway feeding his cat Cristobal corn at his home in Cuba.

magictransistor:

Ernest Hemingway feeding his cat Cristobal corn at his home in Cuba.

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Sep 7, 2014
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the-ick:

Pesto Panko Chicken with Mushroom Alredo and Russian River Valley Chardonnay

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Sep 7, 2014
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anotherstateofmind67:

James Dean visiting the area around Times Square in New York, 1955.

anotherstateofmind67:

James Dean visiting the area around Times Square in New York, 1955.

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Sep 7, 2014
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blastedheath:

Valerius De Saedeleer (Belgian, 1867-1941), Jour nuageux d’été [Cloudy summer day], c.1921. Canvas, 84 x 95 cm.

blastedheath:

Valerius De Saedeleer (Belgian, 1867-1941), Jour nuageux d’été [Cloudy summer day], c.1921. Canvas, 84 x 95 cm.

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Sep 7, 2014
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ufansius:

Angela Dufresne (American, b. 1969), On the Ice Dutch Swimsuit Parade, 2011. Oil on canvas, 24 x 30 in.

ufansius:

Angela Dufresne (American, b. 1969), On the Ice Dutch Swimsuit Parade, 2011. Oil on canvas, 24 x 30 in.

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