1. ivanfilios:

Un dimanche matin by Zed The Dragon on Flickr.
  2. annaharo:

Pain au chocolat in basket by Vivian An on Flickr.
Chocolate croissants

    annaharo:

    Pain au chocolat in basket by Vivian An on Flickr.

    Chocolate croissants

  3. 

And the breeze would touch your hair via The Cherry Blossom Girl

    And the breeze would touch your hair via The Cherry Blossom Girl

    (Source: madamesommersprosse)

  4. msbehavoyeur:

Femme au Coquillage (Woman with Seashell), oil on canvas painting  created in 1885 by the French academic painter William-Adolphe  Bouguereau (1825-1905)  via
Apart from the large seashell she is holding in her right hand, there  are smaller shells lying around.  Seashells are associated with Venus,  and they are also symbolic of the human female vulva, a symbol of life  and fertility.

    msbehavoyeur:

    Femme au Coquillage (Woman with Seashell), oil on canvas painting created in 1885 by the French academic painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905)  via

    Apart from the large seashell she is holding in her right hand, there are smaller shells lying around. Seashells are associated with Venus, and they are also symbolic of the human female vulva, a symbol of life and fertility.

  5. annaharo:

Rainy day by ღMayuღ on Flickr.

Melani Sub Rosa © by Rafael Martin