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‎”What art offers is space - a certain breathing room for the spirit” John Updike


This page is dedicated mostly to visual arts and photography. I do not own any of these photos even if some of them are mine.

20th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Infinite Thoughts with 61 notes

604a:

Oman maybe

604a:

Oman maybe

Source: 604a

20th August 2014

Photo reblogged from سأصير يوماً ما أريد with 840 notes

nativethoughts:

Bukhara.

nativethoughts:

Bukhara.

Source: nativethoughts

20th August 2014

Photo reblogged from SABON with 42 notes

20th August 2014

Photo reblogged from SABON with 34 notes

20th August 2014

Photo reblogged from SABON with 94 notes

Source: pinterest.com

20th August 2014

Photo reblogged from سأصير يوماً ما أريد with 26 notes

vesper-picture:

On the picture Turkmen carpet maker ( picture made by Alina Tolstihina )
'Flying Carpets really exist'
The masters of the carpets really were able to travel anywhere they wished. If you ever noticed the design of turkmen carpet, you will have observed that it is always a very intricate, spiral based design. This ornaments always has a focal point and is made up of geometric designs,  usually its octagonal forms that are quartered and placed in rows. This ancient design has been used for centuries in the Asia and East as a tool for creating altered states. By concentrating on the focal point of the carpet, people were able to focus their energies and experience something similar to “out of body trip” .
The idea of the flying carpet is that you don’t travel on the carpet (as a vehicle), but you use the carpet as a means to help you get into higher spiritual experience. The carpet is a catalyst.

vesper-picture:

On the picture Turkmen carpet maker ( picture made by Alina Tolstihina )

'Flying Carpets really exist'

The masters of the carpets really were able to travel anywhere they wished. If you ever noticed the design of turkmen carpet, you will have observed that it is always a very intricate, spiral based design. This ornaments always has a focal point and is made up of geometric designs,  usually its octagonal forms that are quartered and placed in rows. This ancient design has been used for centuries in the Asia and East as a tool for creating altered states. By concentrating on the focal point of the carpet, people were able to focus their energies and experience something similar to “out of body trip” .

The idea of the flying carpet is that you don’t travel on the carpet (as a vehicle), but you use the carpet as a means to help you get into higher spiritual experience. The carpet is a catalyst.

Source: vesper-picture

19th August 2014

Audio post reblogged from 'TIS AND 'TAT AND MUSIC TOO! with 1,065 notes - Played 5,633 times

scottamarlowe:

Aretha Franklin “I Say A Little Prayer”
Aretha Now
Produced by Burt Bacharach & Hal David
1968

Source: scottamarlowe

19th August 2014

Photo reblogged from 'TIS AND 'TAT AND MUSIC TOO! with 26 notes

itinsightus:

Sant Antoni, Barcelona, Catalonia

itinsightus:

Sant Antoni, Barcelona, Catalonia

Source: itinsightus