A Light in the Attic

Morgan Ashleigh 21. Philadelphia area. Illustration major. Liberal. Black and Cherokee. Taken by a wonderful man. Open-minded. I post about things I like, including but not limited to art, music, cooking, human rights, nature, history and philosophy. I would be more than happy to be your friend.
"The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return"
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cacacacacody:

morganashleighphoto:

Self Portrait: Bruised but Not Broken

June 2010

so pretty <3 love her!

aww thanks code! This was reblogged from my photography blog.

bobbykrussell:

I shot this of my friend Payam right before they went on to play at Center Stage.

Shot: March 15th 2012.

With: Canon 5d Mark 2 - 35mm 1.4  

Pay is so adorable :)

fckyeaharthistory:

Dorothea Lange - Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California, 1936. Photogravure print

(via artpedia)

lannymoon:

Can we just talk for a minute about how beautiful/classy/stunning/flat-out gorgeous this is?

lannymoon:

Can we just talk for a minute about how beautiful/classy/stunning/flat-out gorgeous this is?

liquidnight:

Eve Morcrette

From Paris entre chats

I miss my kitties </3

(via radio-omega)

archimaps:

The Nunnery, Chichén Itzá.

Ca. 1895-1935.

(via pensamiento-serpentino)

life:

LIFE photographer Gjon Mili (who also directed the classic 10-minute short film, “Jammin’ the Blues”) often hosted jam sessions at his photography studio in New York during the 1940s.

Above: Billie Holiday sings her standard, “Fine and Mellow,” accompanied by James P. Johnson on piano and others during a 1942 jam session in Gjon Mili’s studio. “Fine and Mellow” was the B-side of Holiday’s classic 1939 Commodore Records single, “Strange Fruit,” a composition and recording that Time magazine called “the song of the century.”

These pictures testify to the talent on hand—and the fun that was had: Giants at Play: Jazz Jam Sessions