beautiful old people


Remake of this gifset because bless the new gif size limit.


Clearly that website is mistaken. She always was and always will be number 1.

I find beauty in old piano keys and fraying guitar strings; I find beauty in lonely forests and dark caves, in abandoned bookstores and dusty libraries; I find beauty in music that means something and in people who are passionate. I find beauty in things that make time stop for just a second.
—  The World Moves Too Fast Sometimes

I was recently at an estate sale when I found some old photo albums.

I didn’t want the albums to be trashed, but I couldn’t buy them all, so I bought the biggest one there.

I have no idea how to return these photos to a family member of the deceased. So I’m asking for help from the internet.

If anyone of you can contact Gary or Billy Chrzan (I won’t share birthdays in order to use that for validation), the sons of Agnes and Ted Chrzan from Central New York, please let them know we have these pictures.

Feel free to message me on Instagram (@actuallyrichardspeight), on tumblr (@actually-richard-speight), and on Twitter (@djinn_and_juice).

I feel like these are important memories- wedding photos, photos from WWII, birthday celebrations- that shouldn’t be lost. They are absolutely beautiful in my opinion, and I think they should go back to the people in the pictures.

Please, please help share this so I can get these in the right hands.

Thank you.


“lost souls have found
their way to places
they were meant to stay

dark thoughts can fade away
you’re lost right now, but it won’t
be the same.”

Lahore, Pakistan. (Instagram: aabbiidd)