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I love Ellen. How cute.

I love Ellen. How cute.

Bipolar is a mood disorder in which people experience disruptive mood swings that can create depression. Based on my AS photography Written on the Body project, illnesses and phobias  Model: Abbey Grey     To find out more information about|schizoaffective disorder|bipolar| mental health|schizophrenia please visit http://mybrainsick.com.

Bipolar is a mood disorder in which people experience disruptive mood swings that can create depression. Based on my AS photography Written on the Body project, illnesses and phobias Model: Abbey Grey To find out more information about|schizoaffective disorder|bipolar| mental health|schizophrenia please visit http://mybrainsick.com.

Storage chopping board

Storage chopping board

白い襟あし ぼんぼりに by Stéphane Barbery, via Flickr

白い襟あし ぼんぼりに by Stéphane Barbery, via Flickr

John Paul Foster - A Photographer of Geisha, Maiko, and Kyoto | Geisha & Maiko I | 6

John Paul Foster - A Photographer of Geisha, Maiko, and Kyoto | Geisha & Maiko I | 6

A circa 1905 image by K. TAMAMURA, published circa 1915 by T. TAKAGI. Text and image via Okinawa Soba on Flickr

A circa 1905 image by K. TAMAMURA, published circa 1915 by T. TAKAGI. Text and image via Okinawa Soba on Flickr

Japanese Samurai And Courtesans Brought To Life In Vivid, Colorized Photos | HuffPost

Japanese Samurai And Courtesans Brought To Life In Vivid, Colorized Photos | HuffPost

ilo-uchikake: robe style Japanese wedding kimono. This beautiful UCHUKAKE is usually brocaded or embroidered with the motif of congratulations such as cranes, pines, and a bounty of flowers. It is believed that UCHIKAKE started to be worn by the high-class samurai family women in the Muromachi era (1336–1573). During the Edo era (1603–1868), UCHIKAKE became a more common kimono for the high-class women.

ilo-uchikake: robe style Japanese wedding kimono. This beautiful UCHUKAKE is usually brocaded or embroidered with the motif of congratulations such as cranes, pines, and a bounty of flowers. It is believed that UCHIKAKE started to be worn by the high-class samurai family women in the Muromachi era (1336–1573). During the Edo era (1603–1868), UCHIKAKE became a more common kimono for the high-class women.

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