Fog and Cypress Trees Henry Ravell (American, 1860–1930) Date: 1910s Medium: Gum bichromate print
Bathed in the Sun
Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775‑1851) Part of Sky, Etc. Date date not known Watercolour on paper
I'm not sure how my dream house will be in the mountains by a lake and still be warm enough to grow citrus trees, but there it is.
Joseph Mallord William Turner. Watercolour
Joseph Mallord William Turner | Two Seascapes c.1820-30 | Tate Gallery
there she was the girl with antlers walking silently through the forest -ophelia
"For all smoke and tar may charm the demons to a gentle lull, there are those days when to outrun their terrible wailing is all that is left to me."
This image reminds me of the Irish Elk, and the brawny, lionhearted, outrageously triumphant form of Christianity that Eric Ludy speaks of in his sermon "Majesty Lost." Image from A Gentlewoman.
Antlers, Comparative Anatomy from Gegenbaurs morphologisches Jahrbuch, 1903