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Source: sevenofakind - http://sevenofakind.tumblr.com/post/45125315657

Source: sevenofakind - http://sevenofakind.tumblr.com/post/45125315657

Dānu - Hindu and Irish Goddess of Water. Danu is the primordial force of water, the personification of the ocean, from which all creation in the universe springs from. She produces streams and rivers to purify the earth. Goddess of the depths, mother of the ancients.

Dānu - Hindu and Irish Goddess of Water. Danu is the primordial force of water, the personification of the ocean, from which all creation in the universe springs from. She produces streams and rivers to purify the earth. Goddess of the depths, mother of the ancients.

One day I shall play with you

One day I shall play with you

Traveling through history of Photography...Diana e la Tuda, by Luigi Pirandello, 1926.

Traveling through history of Photography...Diana e la Tuda, by Luigi Pirandello, 1926.

A world turned upside down

A world turned upside down

A dark, dingy and distorted, alcohol fuelled reality in which Baal lives.. Light piercing from outside

A dark, dingy and distorted, alcohol fuelled reality in which Baal lives.. Light piercing from outside

Whose idea was it to squash the wonder, the joy, the creativity of children?

Whose idea was it to squash the wonder, the joy, the creativity of children?

"Remember this when you sit your kids in front of the TV to "keep them out of trouble"... at least when they are getting into mischief they are creatively using their brain, I'd rather have that than a zombie TV child any day."

"Remember this when you sit your kids in front of the TV to "keep them out of trouble"... at least when they are getting into mischief they are creatively using their brain, I'd rather have that than a zombie TV child any day."

Elektra at the Teatro Real de Madrid (shared with Teatro San Carlo, Naples). Production by Klaus-Michael Grüber. Sets costumes by Anselm Kiefer.

Elektra at the Teatro Real de Madrid (shared with Teatro San Carlo, Naples). Production by Klaus-Michael Grüber. Sets costumes by Anselm Kiefer.