pbsamericanmasters:

On this day in 1959, we lost one of the greatest Jazz vocalists of all time. Her singing expressed an incredible depth of emotion that spoke of hard times and injustice as well as triumph. Though her career was relatively short and often erratic, she left behind a body of work as great as any vocalist before or since.
(via Billie Holiday - About the Singer | American Masters | PBS)

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HOW CUTE IS THIS FELINE
caseyrules:

"Small human drama played out in a desert ninety-seven miles from Reno, Nevada, U.S.A., continent of North America, the Earth, and, of course - the Twilight Zone."

I’m a lil bossa nova baby

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pouriolee:

White View
Greece
Words to live by
aubreylstallard:

David Hockney