larkfall:

"Satan’s exploits in the landscape: The Devil’s Arrowes: John Aubrey, ‘Monumenta Britannica’, Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Top. gen. c. 24, fo. 70r. (Reproduced by permission of the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford)" - from Alexandra Walsham’s The Reformation of the Landscape: Religion, Identity, and Memory in Early Modern Britain and Ireland
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huzzarhuzzar:

Norman Parkinson for Vogue, 1970
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valscrapbook:

conyefromtheast:
Young Lucian Freud, Photo by Clifford Coffin for British Vogue, 1947
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missdandy:

Alice Pollock, fashion designer and owner of 1960s boutique Quorum.
c86:

It’s May 29th, Oak Apple Day, the public holiday held between 1660 and 1859 which celebrated the restoration of King Charles II. Castleton Garland Day is a Derbyshire custom which combines ‘modern’ elements of Oak Apple Day with much older May Day ‘Jack in The Green’ Paganism - via This Is Not The Universe
natgeofound:

Young boys throw a ball on a lush green hillside below castle ruins in Warwickshire, England, 1968.Photograph by Ted Spiegel, National Geographic
misspeelpants:

Photographed by Roger Stowell. Scanned from Petticoat, March 29th 1969 #charlottemartin #rogerstowell #petticoatmagazine #1960s #sixties
Opaque  by  andbamnan