CLMR
a balance between my collected thoughts and artwork as well as things that inspires me
randibutlerphotography:

"Wes Anderson Inspired Still Life" - Randi Butler.2014(x)

randibutlerphotography:

"Wes Anderson Inspired Still Life" - Randi Butler.2014
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Aug 19 (30182) ©
Aug 15 (8)

the weather in toronto is so chilly lately, it reminds me so much of autumn days to come ლ(UuUლ)

Aug 15 (6)
panorama photos are so wonderful and filled with so much detail, if one takes the time to look at it. i took this shot today while getting harassed by a squirrel ¬_¬

panorama photos are so wonderful and filled with so much detail, if one takes the time to look at it. i took this shot today while getting harassed by a squirrel ¬_¬

Aug 14 (3)

Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket // James Whistler // 19th Century

Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket // James Whistler // 19th Century

Aug 12 (18421) ©
kulshedra's new apartment is wonderful, i'm so happy she got her own place finally. this photo was a happy little accident aha. this is obviously a ”congrats on da move” strawberry shortcake, fyi.

kulshedra's new apartment is wonderful, i'm so happy she got her own place finally. this photo was a happy little accident aha. this is obviously a ”congrats on da move” strawberry shortcake, fyi.

Aug 09 (2)
afp-photo:

AFGHANISTAN, Herat : An Afghan woman buys silk yarn for weaving from a shop in Herat on August 6, 2014. Western Afghanistan, once a stop along the Silk Road trade route, has a long tradition in the silk production process dating back thousands of years. Carpets are Afghanistan’s best-known export, woven mostly by women and children in the north of the country, a trade which once employed, directly or indirectly, six million people, or a fifth of the country’s population, but that figure has dropped sharply. AFP PHOTO/Aref Karimi

afp-photo:

AFGHANISTAN, Herat : An Afghan woman buys silk yarn for weaving from a shop in Herat on August 6, 2014. Western Afghanistan, once a stop along the Silk Road trade route, has a long tradition in the silk production process dating back thousands of years. Carpets are Afghanistan’s best-known export, woven mostly by women and children in the north of the country, a trade which once employed, directly or indirectly, six million people, or a fifth of the country’s population, but that figure has dropped sharply. AFP PHOTO/Aref Karimi

Aug 09 (944) ©
Aug 09 (2284) ©
heyfunniest:

Someone took a candid photo of a fight in Ukranian Parliament that is as well-composed as the best renaissance art.

This is the best thing I’ve seen on Tumblr, ever.

heyfunniest:

Someone took a candid photo of a fight in Ukranian Parliament that is as well-composed as the best renaissance art.

This is the best thing I’ve seen on Tumblr, ever.

Aug 08 (58782) ©

"Let not your love become attachment, nor your hate become destruction."
– Umar ibn al-Khattab

i’ve been expanding on my love for typography and calligraphy by focusing on inspirational quotes and creating graphics. more to come!

"Let not your love become attachment, nor your hate become destruction."

– Umar ibn al-Khattab

i’ve been expanding on my love for typography and calligraphy by focusing on inspirational quotes and creating graphics. more to come!

Aug 08 (26)
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