1. homosexualpancakes:

    give us the child

    (Fuente: 997, vía a-zaragoza-o-al-charco)


  3. lifeingoldandmud:


    Everyone has a right to their opinion.

    Not when your opinion degrades my existence

    (vía condelimoncio)

  6. awwww-cute:

    Fell asleep while watching some Netflix

    (vía munchy50)

  7. gallifreyan-gallimaufry:




    I want to go to this exact point and run around it saying “I’m in Sweden!” I’m in Finland!” “I’m in Norway!” until I get tired

    i aspire to great things in life

    According to Google Maps, that point is in the middle of a small lake.

    So we’ll do it in January when it’s frozen.

    actually that’s why they’ve helpfully dropped a big-ass cement block with a bridge surrounding it in the middle of the lake: for the express purpose of doing what OP aspires to do

    (vía nothingiswhite)

  8. asylum-art:

    Desiree Dolron - XTERIORS II

    Desiree Dolron was born in 1963, Netherlands. She’s acute vision meshes traditional reportage photography and computer enhancement to create a richer version of a genre that many believe to be tired and overused. The stillness and subtlety that is evoked by her seamless work has created a 21st century vision at odds with traditional photographic practice. Her references are obvious, but the outcomes are a revelation.The outstanding Dutch artist Desiree Dolron has produced a new series of images which has been three years in the making. Entitled Xteriors, this group of nine seamlessly constructed works have the quality of Old Master paintings, although they are in fact digital photographic composites of several different faces. The portrait Katya, seen here, is one of the first pieces made for this series and shows us the definitive direction that the project has taken. The series will be finally revealed in its entirety at the Michael Hoppen Gallery.

    (vía nothingiswhite)

  9. victoriancuddler:


    “Countless others have come before you, seeking weapons or weaknesses or battle strategies!”

    this is one of the truly brilliant things about this show. while most kids’ shows will have good vs evil conflict, atla has a war. a real war, between people, with all the moral greyness and points of view made clear. the fire nation isn’t evil: it’s a repressed country under the strict control of its ruler. we’re shown how history is altered and propaganda is taught as fact, so the people grow up moulded to hate all other nations.

    and then we get lines like this, which make us stop and think wait, is what the other nations are doing really right? after all, Ba Sing Se was supposed to be a haven, but turned out to be repressive and full of lies.

    in this case we know that Aang is justified, and we trust him to do what’s right because he has such high moral standards. then we get to the finale and all that is challenged again.

    it’s just a brilliant show guise.

    I would also like to point that even after Aang is gone, 170 years later, and Korra enters Ba Sing Se— absolutely nothing’s changed. It keeps being a city of oppressors and oppressed.

    (Fuente: agentsokka, vía apocatlypsenow)

  10. pixalry:

    Hayao Miyazaki Minimalist Poster Series - Created by MoonPoster

    Series available for sale on Etsy.

    (vía youhavetofight)