pardonmewhileipanic:

thegreatnarwhalsmuffin:

She looks like Cleopatra or something brought into the future. Powerful stare like, “All the Ceasar’s be fallin’ for me.”

OMG that second gif makes me feel like she just declared war and we’re all gonna die and I’m totally ok with that

Reblogged from BIG BADDA BOOM

edwardspoonhands:

the-art-of-fangirling:

The Lizzie Bennet Diaries + text posts

perf

Reblogged from Hank's Tumblr
birdandmoon:

Dating isn’t easy, no matter who you are. This is a great Attenborough clip about wasps and orchids.

birdandmoon:

Dating isn’t easy, no matter who you are. This is a great Attenborough clip about wasps and orchids.

Reblogged from just in what they are
sarahseeandersen:

An ancient trick that has been used for thousands of years, works with a 99.9% success rate.

sarahseeandersen:

An ancient trick that has been used for thousands of years, works with a 99.9% success rate.

Reblogged from Sarah's Scribbles

lhomme-ezra:

this is the definition of human trash

luminous-lu:

Fade to Black (by Ana Luísa Pinto [Luminous Photography])
[Every week, there will be a letter, going through the order of the alphabet. Every Monday, I’ll open the Chambers Compact Dictionary and I’ll randomly pick a page of the said letter. Out of that page, I’ll randomly pick a word. And every Friday, there will be a picture based on that word. 
Welcome to the Alphabet Tales. ]
Week #26
Letter ZZero, ze’ro n. cipher; nothing; the point from which the reckoning begins in scales, such as those of the barometer; exact time (hour, minute and second) fixed for launching an attack of beginning an operation.
——
Sooooooo. This is it. The Alphabet Tales end here, today, right now.
And I have a few thank you notes to spread around:
Thanks to my big, fabulous, noisy family, who didn’t look at me too weirdly when I covered myself in fake blood that wouldn’t come out for three days. In all seriousness, I couldn’t have done this project if I didn’t have their support, both in spirit and in objects that I stole and couldn’t find a way to put back (have you managed to fit all the keys with the right locks, Grandma?)
Thanks to my friends, especially those of you who helped out with photos, with moral support, with pushing me on when I really didn’t think I should continue this project. Both online and offline, you were an inspiration and a joy to work with and for.
Thanks to all of the people who followed, commented, liked, favorited and shared this series. It became a lot more than I expected, and I hope the next step that it’ll take (I’ll tell you all about it when it’s all arranged) can also count on your support. In all seriousness, few things feel as frustrating and disheartening as thinking that you’re working for no one, that your work isn’t seen; I didn’t feel that, at all. You guys made it possible to me to hold my head high and keep going with your kind words and one-click-acknowledgements. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Lastly, to my M, who was there every step of the way, who was always the one to say ’stop’ when I wanted to sort the words, who was always the first to see the results and to endure countless hours of ‘I HATE THIS PHOTO’. None of this would have been possible without you, love.
Thank you for being here, and I hope to keep seeing you around! From now on I’ll be posting random self-portraits that I have stocked up — at least until I find another series to work on.
Have a wonderful weekend!
website || facebook || 500px || vimeo

luminous-lu:

Fade to Black (by Ana Luísa Pinto [Luminous Photography])

[Every week, there will be a letter, going through the order of the alphabet. Every Monday, I’ll open the Chambers Compact Dictionary and I’ll randomly pick a page of the said letter. Out of that page, I’ll randomly pick a word. And every Friday, there will be a picture based on that word.

Welcome to the Alphabet Tales. ]

Week #26

Letter Z
Zero, ze’ro n. cipher; nothing; the point from which the reckoning begins in scales, such as those of the barometer; exact time (hour, minute and second) fixed for launching an attack of beginning an operation.

——

Sooooooo. This is it. The Alphabet Tales end here, today, right now.

And I have a few thank you notes to spread around:

Thanks to my big, fabulous, noisy family, who didn’t look at me too weirdly when I covered myself in fake blood that wouldn’t come out for three days. In all seriousness, I couldn’t have done this project if I didn’t have their support, both in spirit and in objects that I stole and couldn’t find a way to put back (have you managed to fit all the keys with the right locks, Grandma?)

Thanks to my friends, especially those of you who helped out with photos, with moral support, with pushing me on when I really didn’t think I should continue this project. Both online and offline, you were an inspiration and a joy to work with and for.

Thanks to all of the people who followed, commented, liked, favorited and shared this series. It became a lot more than I expected, and I hope the next step that it’ll take (I’ll tell you all about it when it’s all arranged) can also count on your support. In all seriousness, few things feel as frustrating and disheartening as thinking that you’re working for no one, that your work isn’t seen; I didn’t feel that, at all. You guys made it possible to me to hold my head high and keep going with your kind words and one-click-acknowledgements. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Lastly, to my M, who was there every step of the way, who was always the one to say ’stop’ when I wanted to sort the words, who was always the first to see the results and to endure countless hours of ‘I HATE THIS PHOTO’. None of this would have been possible without you, love.

Thank you for being here, and I hope to keep seeing you around! From now on I’ll be posting random self-portraits that I have stocked up — at least until I find another series to work on.

Have a wonderful weekend!

website || facebook || 500px || vimeo

Reblogged from La vie en rose

heridia:

ikantenggelem:

Disney x Marvel -source-

One does not simply handle the awesomeness of jack sparrow and loki in the same pic

Reblogged from ~ CANDY-TRASH ~

beyonceunofficial:

left is summer looks and right is “let me show u why i don’t “comb every morning” white ho”

50shadesofoitnb:

Natasha Lyonne: The first time we met, I was on my knees in a shower stall with you above me. [Laughs.] It was probably at that point that I sort of decided subconsciously that our on-set friendship would consist of me being in character and sort of terrorizing you.
Yael Stone: Oh yeah! And now, when you’re not busy, you’re constantly touching my breasts.
Natasha Lyonne: The bottom line is, they’re asking for it, so it’s not like I’m touching them, they’re like jumping into my fists constantly. I’m just trying to be a method actress and doing my job as best as I can.

50shadesofoitnb:

Natasha Lyonne: The first time we met, I was on my knees in a shower stall with you above me. [Laughs.] It was probably at that point that I sort of decided subconsciously that our on-set friendship would consist of me being in character and sort of terrorizing you.

Yael Stone: Oh yeah! And now, when you’re not busy, you’re constantly touching my breasts.

Natasha Lyonne: The bottom line is, they’re asking for it, so it’s not like I’m touching them, they’re like jumping into my fists constantly. I’m just trying to be a method actress and doing my job as best as I can.

Taylor Swift’s New York style July 2014

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ilovetogoa-wandering:

Just finished watching this movie “Anatomy Of A Love Seen" and I’d say, it’s good! I just got really carried away with the emotions of the characters.

You can rent the movie here

Reblogged from bo x lauren
sunshinychick:

futurescope:

Solar energy that doesn’t block the view

A team of researchers at Michigan State University has developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window. It is called a transparent luminescent solar concentrator and can be used on buildings, cell phones and any other device that has a clear surface. And, according to Richard Lunt of MSU’s College of Engineering, the key word is “transparent.”

[read more at MSU] [paper] [picture credit: Yimu Zhao]

sunshinychick:

futurescope:

Solar energy that doesn’t block the view

A team of researchers at Michigan State University has developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window. It is called a transparent luminescent solar concentrator and can be used on buildings, cell phones and any other device that has a clear surface. And, according to Richard Lunt of MSU’s College of Engineering, the key word is “transparent.”

[read more at MSU] [paper] [picture credit: Yimu Zhao]

image

Reblogged from Lucy & Kaelyn.