jewish kurds in everyday floral cotton dresses. sandûr. southern kurdistan. 1934.
And people always assume that Qatana is Arabic…
TakedaCastle Ruins, Japan. Takeda Castle Ruins is one of the most mysterious places in Japan. Perhaps it seems like floating in the sky? The answer is No! The so called “sea of clouds” is actually a fog (made from the nearby MaruyamaRiver), which can be seen in autumn and beginning of spring early in the morning. TakedaCastle was constructed on the mountain at 353 meters of altitude in 1431
Corset ca. 1876
From Les Arts Decoratifs via Artdaily.org
The corset sillhouette I love
Photo of the Day: Stroll Through Fushimi Inari Shrine
Photo by Levi Drevlow (Rothsay, MN); Kyoto, Japan
A Huge Collection of Embroidered silk Spheres by 92-year-old grandmother in Japan.
THESE Intricate and Extraordinarily beautiful Embroidered Silk balls Are a form of Japanese Folk Art called Temari , Which Means “hand Ball” in Japanese. THESE Particular Temari Are even more Impressive BECAUSE They Were Handmade by a 92-year-old Grandmother in Japan. NanaAkua’s flickr
I came home and walked in on my mom using my iPad to take this picture of our chicken..
Like her Facebook page at Kevin the Chicken!
Chicken Boo, what’s the matter with you?
You don’t act like the other chickens do.
You wear a disguise to look like human guys,
But you’re not a man, you’re a Chicken Boo.
Once A Weirdo…
Haunted doll houses. Awesome!
please raise your hands.
"I want to be an engineer."
"What advice would you give other engineers?"
"If you build a house that collapses, you’re going to get arrested. So you need to keep using the pendulum to make sure that everything is straight. Also, your cement mix has to be strong. You also need to be careful with the builders that you hire, or they will steal the cement from you.”
"What sort of building would you build?"
"A factory that makes new books, so that everyone can have new books for school. All of my books are old and have writing in them."