pissyeti:

when someone stops talking to you and youre not sure what you did wrong

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you improved so much!!!!! *hugs*

aaaaaw cocco, I didn’t even know you back then ;;; *hugs tight*

digi-m:

Enjoyed coloring this one `

digi-m:

Enjoyed coloring this one `

strangeforeignbeauty:

Alexander Ferrario | Shoothebreeze

I’m reading the History of Portugal (which includes spain too, duh….as in what would be spain) from 1097 to 1185 and everyone is declaring war on everyone and everyone is back stabbing everyone and kings are beheading people in their halls and sisters declaring war on sisters and mothers declaring war on sons and badass queens and moors that have no idea whats going on

this is like a novel!

crazy-coccolith:

channeling the crazy energy of majora’s mask OuO

mythologyofblue:

Rembrandt van Rijn, A Man seated reading at a Table in a Lofty Room, 1628-30,  (via laclefdescoeurs)

mythologyofblue:

Rembrandt van Rijn, A Man seated reading at a Table in a Lofty Room, 1628-30,  (via laclefdescoeurs)

insoneo:

by chillalee.
arsvitaest:

British propaganda postcard, 1916
The LZ 61 was a WWI German Navy airship, allocated the tactical numbering ‘L 21’. It carried out a total of ten raids on England during 1916. On November 27, LZ 61 began its last raid on England in the company of nine other Zeppelins. Crossing the coast north of Atwick, LZ 61 initially attacked Leeds but was repelled by anti-aircraft fire. After bombing Shafton, Dodworth, Kidsgrove, Goldenhill, Tunstall, Chesterton, Fenton and Trentham, it made out into the North Sea near Great Yarmouth, where it was intercepted by three Royal Naval Air Service pilots. After exchanging fire with the three aircrafts, the LZ 61 burst into flames and crashed into the sea. 
For unknown reasons, when the SL 11 became the first German airship to be shot down over England [on September 3, 1916], it was described officially and in the press as Zeppelin L 21 (LZ 61’s tactical number). This misidentification persisted for decades, even though the authorities were always aware of its correct identity. It has been suggested that the reason for this confusion was a calculation by the authorities that the downing of a hated and feared Zeppelin ‘baby killer’, would play better with the public than the destruction of an almost unknown Schütte-Lanz type.

arsvitaest:

British propaganda postcard, 1916

The LZ 61 was a WWI German Navy airship, allocated the tactical numbering ‘L 21’. It carried out a total of ten raids on England during 1916. On November 27, LZ 61 began its last raid on England in the company of nine other Zeppelins. Crossing the coast north of Atwick, LZ 61 initially attacked Leeds but was repelled by anti-aircraft fire. After bombing Shafton, Dodworth, Kidsgrove, Goldenhill, Tunstall, Chesterton, Fenton and Trentham, it made out into the North Sea near Great Yarmouth, where it was intercepted by three Royal Naval Air Service pilots. After exchanging fire with the three aircrafts, the LZ 61 burst into flames and crashed into the sea. 

For unknown reasons, when the SL 11 became the first German airship to be shot down over England [on September 3, 1916], it was described officially and in the press as Zeppelin L 21 (LZ 61’s tactical number). This misidentification persisted for decades, even though the authorities were always aware of its correct identity. It has been suggested that the reason for this confusion was a calculation by the authorities that the downing of a hated and feared Zeppelin ‘baby killer’, would play better with the public than the destruction of an almost unknown Schütte-Lanz type.

a-tsute:

詰め込もうと思って改めて観なおしたら、女の子のMVばっかりだったわ!兄さん!!あと「決して 言う さようなら」のインパクト

a-tsute:

詰め込もうと思って改めて観なおしたら、
女の子のMVばっかりだったわ!兄さん!!
あと「決して 言う さようなら」のインパクト

danse-macabre:

Han’s Bach. 

danse-macabre:

Han’s Bach. 


"innocentes" jennifer pugh by luciana val and franco musso for numero #58

"innocentes" jennifer pugh by luciana val and franco musso for numero #58

(Source: supermodelgif)

bluecrowcafe:

Open Doorway, Morocco, 1879-80
John Singer Sargent

bluecrowcafe:

Open Doorway, Morocco, 1879-80

John Singer Sargent

alvareztostado:

luis barragán: casa gálvez (ciudad de méxico, 1955)

alvareztostado:

luis barragán: casa gálvez (ciudad de méxico, 1955)