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planyt:

Josh Farria, a photographer from the San Francisco Bay Area, aims to celebrate female sexuality without idealizing or objectifying women. His models are vulnerable yet unapologetic, beautiful yet entirely human. Farria deconstructs the ethereal, glowing, subservient ideal as his women smoke, binge-eat, and slump down onto the toilet while retaining their beauty and integrity.

(Source: planyt, via trashfriend)

notsophiesworld:

foxesinbreeches:

elettrogenica, firsttimeuser:

Nude on the chair, 1960s by Josef Ehm
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To be the tree from which this chair was made. Aren’t we all frames for other people’s beauty? 
paradoxicalsentiments:

wandrlust:

Streets of Tokyo, 1970

take me to tokyo
laureninlilly:

Rpreppyasalways:

aww they just want to go kayaking

reblog every time
one-photo-day:

Vivian Maier
Getting the keys to our new apartment today! 🔑😍