Neither sex is the least. Neither beauty is only inside. Neither love can with everything. . It all adds up. Everything is necessary. . . . The Summer of 2018 finally arrives. Welcome summer. ☀️🏄🏽♂️🏄🏻♀️🏖🏊🏼♂️☀️🏝 .
A to inne ciekawe zdjęcie wnętrz muzealnych w PTPN z początku XX wieku. Znajdujemy się właśnie w Gabinecie Kraszewskiego (dziś zbiory zdeponowane w Pracowni-Muzeum J.I. Kraszewskiego pod kuratelą @bibliotekaraczynskich), a w następnym pomieszczeniu galeria sztuki europejskiej utworzona ze zbiorów miłosławskich Seweryna Mielżyńskiego.
Pili Dance Portrait Series.. Pilivesha in Tulu "Tiger Masque" (Kannada: ಹುಲಿ ವೇಷ Hulivēṣa) is a folk dance unique to the Tulu Nadu region Karnataka. Hulivēṣa is performed during Navratri to honour the Goddess Durga whose favoured animal is the tiger. Mangalore Dasara is one of the festivals during which large number of enthusiasts participate in this ritual. Typically, young males form troops of five to ten members or more, which will have three to five males painted and costumed to look like tigers, and a band called thaase in Tulu with two or three drummers. This troop is accompanied by the manager of the group. During Navratri, these troops will be roaming the streets of their towns, with the accompanying drum beats of their bands. They stop at homes and businesses or on the road sides to perform for about ten minutes after which they collect some money from the people who have observed their performance.
The troops perform until the last day of Navratri, and almost all of them form part of the Sharada processions organized by various temples such as Mangaladevi, Gokarnanatheshwara and Venkatramana temple. After the procession is over, performances are stopped and the paint is removed. Credits @demellorussell