Byzantine sundial-cum-calendar, 5th-6th century
The most exceptional feature of this sundial-cum-calendar is its sheer antiquity. The four fragments are all that remain of a portable sundial combined with a calendar driven by gears.
Why are you staring at me like that? I told you, I’m fine. Why can’t they understand that I’m alright? Stop staring me with pitying eyes like that!
You wanted me to stop whining, to stop crying, to stop complaining, to stop being sad. Tears make me look weak and pathetic, they said, you said. So from now, I’ll keep smiling, smiling ‘till the day I die.
…But why aren’t you happy? You said you wanted it, so I’ll do it for you. I’ll do anything for you to be pleased. No matter what, I’ll keep being happy, even when I feel hollow inside.
And after you left me, what I didn’t notice is a single tear that fell from my eye.
After a long road trip, finding such amazing food feels surreal.
Top photo: Crispy Opaka with Green Mango
Bottom left: Sign for Pranee’s
Bottom right: Pranee
Life is a series of suicides, divorces, promises broken, children smashed, whatever.
- Love Streams (John Cassavetes, 1984)
im fuckin cryiin
idk if you’d like this but I can’t help but think it was the perfect caption
Installation view of Yayoi Kusama (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, July 12-September 30,2012). Photograph by Sheldan C. Collins
Details L to R: Accumulation No.2 (1962), Bronze Coat (1962), and Flower Overcoat (1964).
A 100-times magnified view of the glandular gastric mucosa of a mouse.
Image by Dr. Marian Miller, University of Cincinnati.