Good stuff. And after having it I still cant remember how I got from their couch to my house and what ma have happened in between all that.
volodin and peskov in the background
i’ve been staring at this picture for hours trying to figure out his eyes. i can’t figure out what his eyes are saying.
the deep purple under his eyes makes me think ‘tired’ but it’s not that. there’s a hint of boredom. so maybe a melancholy despair? or maybe i’m looking too deep and take a step back. maybe they’re just dead, blank, emotionless pits.
Why would they be anything else?
Soviet poster commemorating the 100th anniversary of Alexander Pushkin’s death, featuring scenes from his work.
“What ever has happened to the Germany of my childhood? I have such happy and poetic memories of my early years at Darmstadt and the good friends I had there. But on my later visits, Germany seemed to me a changed country - a country I did not know and had never known." - Empress Alexandra Feodorovna
142 Years Ago Today (b. 6 June 1872)