Sor Juana Ines de La Cruz.
queer, feminist, dissident, Mexican nun, year 1648
also my probable baroque painting doppleganger
Nathan Wirth used an infrared lens to shoot the exquisite photos above while traveling around the Sonoma and Marin counties in California.
via Faith is Torment
this made me laugh a little tooo much
WHY DID I NOT KNOW ABOUT THIS CAT BEFORE
HER NAME IS TAMA
AND SHE’S THE STATIONMASTER AT A TRAIN STATION IN JAPAN
SHE GREETS ALL THE PASSENGERS
AND SHE HAS HER OWN OFFICE
AND SHE’S PAID IN CAT FOOD
AND SHE IS AN EXECUTIVE OF A RAILROAD STATION
AND LOOK AT HER
the trains are decorated with cartoon versions of her since she’s their mascot as well
This is making me feel better.
You can use all kinds of obsession. You can use obsession for humor, you can use it for style, you can use it for fashion. Obsession is great if it brings you pleasure and helps you make your living doing something you love. It’s only bad if you make the same mistake over and over with some obsession that brings you unhappiness.
Haha. So perfect.
“AnimanerA”, Jonathan LeVine Gallery…news coming soon…
such beautiful work. especially love this one.
The night sky is only a sort of carbon paper, Blueblack, with the much-poked periods of stars, Letting in the light, peephole after peephole– A bonewhite light, like death, behind all things.
— Sylvia Plath