Hello! I'm so happy that finally it is April and really soon is going to be Easter! Happy Easter btw! Honestly, now I'm so into several TV shows. My favorite (which I'm watching 6th season) is "True Blood" and, of course, it is all about vampires. Second, which I just started to watch, is "Riverdale" and "13 reasons why". I love a little bit detective TV shows and movies.
This month I found amazing singer which about, honestly, I haven't hearded anything. It's Khalid! Now he's my favorite singer and I love his song "Location" which you can listen HERE. He has an amazing voice!
And these pictures are just for fun! It is me in several different animal forms! Have a fun weekend and maybe I will write something soon! Bye! - Rimantė.

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All about red... and Naomi

Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss photographed by Annie Liebovitz, Vogue Magazine September 1996

Hi guys! I'm so happy, that finally I'm writting this post, because of that one picture with Naomi and Kate. They're so goals! But also I really like all pictures which I had posted here, because they're remined me of summer and I can't wait to finally finish school! What about you? What your plans for this summer? Please, comment below.
So, I have to go to study now, so that's the main reason why I have written so little. Btw, if you commet what's your plans for this summer I would really appreaciate that, if you also write what else I should post about. Give me topic.
Love first photo! So me!
Hope you liked this post! Bye! - Rimantė.

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So I thought maybe I should share some Rupi Kaur photos, which she took by herself. I really like them all. Anatomy - a study of body and nature, says Rupi, tell me love what else can make you eat like this?
Parallels are drawn between the beauty of nature and the biology of the female body. Female genitalia is over sexualized, or labelled “distasteful” or “unfit” whenever it is not being used for pleasure. The biology of a woman’s body is heard of when used such pleasure, otherwise it should be left unmentioned. The series shows that no matter the look, shape, size, colour of your body parts: it is natural. And human, meaning it is undoubtedly beautiful. The pure realness is what makes it so alluring, not what society has done to pluck, prim, and “perfect” it.
Hope you liked this post! Bye! - Rimantė.

Images via Rupi Kaur website

Milk and Honey

I don't know why I've never heared about this book. This book is so genius, so beautiful, so artistic and I love it so much! I saw this book in instagram in meme with caption "The 1975 fan starter pack". At first I thought that this is some kind song or album cover but after I searched I found out, that this is a book. I have seen lot of this author poems, actually once I have even shared one on my instagram. About this author I haven't heared after I found this book. Btw I love her photography! She's a real artist. I really happy for her, because "Milk and Honey" book is #1 New York Times bestseller. 
"Milk and Honey" is the experience of violence, abuse, love. loss, femininity. The book is divided into four chapters. Each chapter serves a different purpose, deals with a different pain, heals a different heartache. "Milk and Honey" takes readers through a journey of the most bitter moments in life and finds sweetness in them because there is sweetness everywhere if you are just willing to look.
Hope you liked this post! See you soon. Bye! -Rimantė.

Images via Rupi Kaur website

Scott Naismith

With the ambition to become an artist, Scott studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee. Since graduating Scott has been a full time artist, working from his studio in Glasgow. Much of his time is spent travelling around the country looking for inspiration for another depiction of the Scottish landscape. The many lochs, glens and isles of the West coast are amongst his favourite subject matter for his vibrant and atmospheric oils. Scott uses vivid colours in a vigorous application to represent the fast changing light conditions of the West coast of Scotland. Colour use often becomes an entirely emotional response to the subject while values can remain representational. The love he has for his native Scottish countryside is portayed in his work through an ebullient energy with which he handles the colour with palette knife and brush. Hope you liked this post! It's the last one. Bye! - Rimantė.

Images via Scott Naismith website