Looking Glass

ozu-teapot:

The Munekata Sisters - Yasujirô Ozu - 1950
Hideko Takamine

ozu-teapot:

The Munekata Sisters - Yasujirô Ozu - 1950

Hideko Takamine

Hideko Takamine

—銀座カンカン娘

「銀座カンカン娘」(Ginza Street Girl) —Hideko Takamine 

あの子可愛やカンカン娘 (that cute kid is the street girl)

赤いブラウス、サンダル履いて (wearing a red blouse and sandles)

誰を待つやら 銀座の街角 (she waits for someone at the Ginza street corner)

時計ながめて そわそわ、にやにや (glancing at her watch and smiling nervously)

これが銀座のカンカン娘 (that’s the Ginza street girl)

(Source: jolyne-kujou)

amandapalmer:

warning: very naked.
a very intimate and demure photo of the wonderful bettie page, by peter basch. i really love this. she’s not flashing that trademark bettie page grin, and she looks…human.
plus, MAP.

amandapalmer:

warning: very naked.

a very intimate and demure photo of the wonderful bettie page, by peter basch. i really love this. she’s not flashing that trademark bettie page grin, and she looks…human.

plus, MAP.

Joe Hisaishi

—World Map

rpg-music:

Ni no Kuni | World Map

niuniente:


Make A Bee Waterer And Help Hydrate Our Pollinators


Imagine how hard just one bee works in a single day. Bees tend to at least 2,000 flowers daily, with tiny wings beating 10,000 times per minute, carrying pollen, and dramatically assisting our food supply.
Sound exhausting? Bees get thirsty, and they need safe water sources. The problem is water is not always available.Bees need very shallow water to drink from. However, shallow water evaporates quickly. Birdbaths are not the best option as bees tend to drown if the water is not be shallow enough. As for river and lakes, bees risk their lives trying to get water in the presence of fishes, frogs, and other wildlife, not to mention the risk of being swept away in water currents.
To help hydrate our little pollinators, set up a water feeder by filling a pie pan with marbles and then water. The marbles give the bees a spot to land so that they don’t drown when they come to drink. No more drowned bees!
Source: Natural Cures 

niuniente:

Make A Bee Waterer And Help Hydrate Our Pollinators

Imagine how hard just one bee works in a single day. Bees tend to at least 2,000 flowers daily, with tiny wings beating 10,000 times per minute, carrying pollen, and dramatically assisting our food supply.

Sound exhausting? Bees get thirsty, and they need safe water sources. The problem is water is not always available.

Bees need very shallow water to drink from. However, shallow water evaporates quickly. Birdbaths are not the best option as bees tend to drown if the water is not be shallow enough. As for river and lakes, bees risk their lives trying to get water in the presence of fishes, frogs, and other wildlife, not to mention the risk of being swept away in water currents.

To help hydrate our little pollinators, set up a water feeder by filling a pie pan with marbles and then water. The marbles give the bees a spot to land so that they don’t drown when they come to drink. No more drowned bees!

Source: Natural Cures 

(via jennirl)