This’ll be short and sweet collection of photos… because of the math textbook taunting me on my desk, waiting for me to study, because that is what my life consists of lately. Studying. I’d much rather be with all of you guys, but duty calls. Save me anytime!

I feel as if I could just slip into this dress and all worries would slip away with it. So pure.

I’ve actually come across this photo so many times and have always forgotten to save it. That single modern chair leaves such an impact on the whole room, but without taking away from the ruggedly romantic, even sad in a sense, atmosphere. So perfect.

And by delicacies I don’t mean a scrumptious form of exotic food, (not that I wouldn’t be down for some exotic food right about now, I am so damn bored with what I eat), but just a collection of photos that have a certain “delicate” air about them. When I was scrolling through, that one word kept popping into my mind, so I couldn’t help but pull them all together.

Happy thursday night everyone… (one sleep till Friday!)

Little Ballerina

David Eustace, already renowned in portraits, revealed that in order to capture the precision and grace of ballerina Tomomi Sato, he filmed her in action, revealing frame-by-frame the delicate beauty inherent in her mastery of dance.Just magnificent. Honestly, the music alone is haunting while she dances away, exquisitely, and I was captured so off guard when she lifted her chin to reveal the white, mime-like face staring back at me. From that point on I was mesmerized with this little girl who was able to move with such impeccable elegance, hitting each and every pose with such finesse. It looked as if dancing was the only thing that could make such a sad little mime happy, the only way she could truly express herself.