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omgthatdress:

Earrings
Fred Leighton
1stdibs.com

omgthatdress:

Earrings

Fred Leighton

1stdibs.com

— 5 months ago with 175 notes

etsy:

The Art of Staying Aloft: a photo series by Gloria Wilson of Small Mysteries.

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— 5 months ago with 106219 notes
jevajeva:

Blue Jay, Cyanocitta cristata
Print available at redbubble.com

jevajeva:

Blue Jay, Cyanocitta cristata

Print available at redbubble.com

— 7 months ago with 6649 notes

Video from Anthony Bourdain program “No Reservations” US Desert Episode

Song composed by Josh Homme

— 1 year ago
Mourning bracelet, 1840-60, McCord Museum
Jewellery made from hair was very popular in the mid-19th century. Symbols of life, hair has long been associated in many societies with funeral rituals. This piece of mourning jewellery, worn during this period in memory of the deceased, was a reminder of the inevitability of death. However its price, sometimes high, also made it a symbol of social status.When the hair was that of a friend or living relative, the piece of jewelry was worn as a token of esteem. This one, however, was no doubt made from the hair of a deceased person and worn in his or her memory. Such jewelry was not acceptable during the period of deep mourning, when only jet accessories were permitted.
What
Hair is a material that can be braided, woven, sown, knotted and coiled to produce all kinds of shapes and patterns. Horsehair was also used for this type of jewelry.

Where
Not all hair jewelry was made by jewellers. Magazines explained to their readers how to make it at home.

When
This kind of jewelry had existed in Europe since the late 17th century.

Who
Bracelets, necklaces, earrings and watch chains were made of both men’s hair and women’s hair.

Mourning bracelet, 1840-60, McCord Museum

Jewellery made from hair was very popular in the mid-19th century.

Symbols of life, hair has long been associated in many societies with funeral rituals. This piece of mourning jewellery, worn during this period in memory of the deceased, was a reminder of the inevitability of death. However its price, sometimes high, also made it a symbol of social status.

When the hair was that of a friend or living relative, the piece of jewelry was worn as a token of esteem. This one, however, was no doubt made from the hair of a deceased person and worn in his or her memory. Such jewelry was not acceptable during the period of deep mourning, when only jet accessories were permitted.

  • What

    Hair is a material that can be braided, woven, sown, knotted and coiled to produce all kinds of shapes and patterns. Horsehair was also used for this type of jewelry.

  • Where

    Not all hair jewelry was made by jewellers. Magazines explained to their readers how to make it at home.

  • When

    This kind of jewelry had existed in Europe since the late 17th century.

  • Who

    Bracelets, necklaces, earrings and watch chains were made of both men’s hair and women’s hair.

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— 1 year ago with 430 notes
illuminoumena:

Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. state of Wyoming.
The spectacular Morning Glory Pool is a hot spring situated in the Upper Geyser Basin. The pool was named by Mrs E. N. McGowan, wife of assistant park superintendent, Charles McGowan in 1883. She called it “Convolutus”, the Latin name for the morning glory flower, which the spring resembles. The distinct color of the pool is due to bacteria which inhabit the water. On a few rare occasions the Morning Glory Pool has erupted as a geyser, usually following an earthquake or other nearby seismic activity. 

illuminoumena:

Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. state of Wyoming.

The spectacular Morning Glory Pool is a hot spring situated in the Upper Geyser Basin. The pool was named by Mrs E. N. McGowan, wife of assistant park superintendent, Charles McGowan in 1883. She called it “Convolutus”, the Latin name for the morning glory flower, which the spring resembles. The distinct color of the pool is due to bacteria which inhabit the water. On a few rare occasions the Morning Glory Pool has erupted as a geyser, usually following an earthquake or other nearby seismic activity. 

— 1 year ago with 6 notes