1. Kiowa Girl, Indian Portrait by Edward Curtis.
2. Spokane Indian woman, ca. 1897
3. Noatak Inuit 1929.
4. hopi girl
6. Sioux Indian Man by Edward Curtis, 1890s
Brad Pitt in Killing Them Softly.
Every damn frame is dripping with truth.
NEVER SEEN BUT MUST SEE NOW DAMN U DROPPIN TRUTH BRAD
The last two gifs gave me a strange lady boner
The Cobalt Crust or Velvet Blue Spread, Pulcherricium caeruleum (Corticales - Corticaceae), is the easiest recognized of all Corticiaceae. The fruit body is resupinate, adnate but in older specimens loosening in the margins, orbicular and confluent and thus sometimes becoming quite large. The color is vivid violet-blue when alive and in good state, older specimens fading to greyish or brownish blue. It grows worldwide, on dead branches of deciduous trees [source].
Synonyms: Terana caerulea, Corticium caeruleum, Terana coerulea.
Meaning of “The Fool”
The fool is, essentially, standing on the precipice. The fool is a seeker of adventure, who could take one step to oblivion or one step to glory. I have tried to display this with Pinkie’s “floating above the ocean with balloons” theme. The Fool is both the beginning and the end, neither and otherwise, liminal.
In some divination methods, the Major Arcana is the path the Fool takes, so she represents the reader. Conventional explanations say the Fool represents the flesh, and when she appears in a spread she’s a signal to examine one’s inner core and self vision, or a warning that a significant change will soon come.