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This is so wonderful. Oh my god.

decoarchitecture:

Midtown Theater, San Francisco, CaliforniaHistoric 1942 Photo,  San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection
Theater with a lovely stepped-back tower in front.
I just find this so lovely.
This looks like it would be such a treat up close.
cations:

Now and Then, 2009 and 1920 (by Uwe Dörnbrack)

I love stuff like this.
therecordlegacy:



Why so glum, Chum?


I’ve always wanted to live in a run-down building with this type of architecture. Don’t ask me why. I just find them incredibly beautiful, and I love this photo.
darqueandlovely:

I guess that says it all.
….my god.
Look at that glorious house!
I want this house. It’s so beautiful I could cry.
iloveretro:

Anthony Perkins, Seventeen Magazine (1960)

Get the hell out of the way; I’m trying to get a good look at that breathtaking house.
What and where is this? It’s beautiful.
lesperksdetre:

Walt Disney was OCD about details; so take the time to enjoy them. In the rides and all over the park, you may not even notice the intricate details incorporated into the Disney experience.
For instance, when switching “lands” (from Adventureland to Frontierland), you won’t be able to see, or hear the other lands. Everything is in character, and all 5 senses are addressed.
Look up: You won’t see any airplanes or banner ads; Disney owns the air space and keeps it closed–once you’re in Disneyland, there’s no evidence of the outside world.
Walt Disney himself said, “I don’t want the public to see the world they live in while they’re in the Park. I want them to feel they’re in another world.”