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What a terrible mistake to let go of something wonderful for something real.
– Miranda July, No One Belongs Here More Than You (via teenager90s)

(via feellng)

Growing apart doesn’t change the fact that for a long time we grew side by side; our roots will always be tangled. I’m glad for that.
– Ally Condie, Matched (via teenager90s)

(via feellng)

I KNEW THIS WAS FROM SKYRIM IMMEDIATELY BUT I WAS 100% SURE WHEN I SAW THE DRAGON’S TONGUE WHAT HAVE I DONE WITH MY LIFE.

I KNEW THIS WAS FROM SKYRIM IMMEDIATELY BUT I WAS 100% SURE WHEN I SAW THE DRAGON’S TONGUE WHAT HAVE I DONE WITH MY LIFE.

(Source: spookee-skeleton, via verusmihi)

phuckindop3:

dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive

obsessed with this

(via laolith)

photojojo:

Before you could open that folder of images on your memory card, contact sheets were the only way to review a bunch of photographs you just took.

In Hollywood’s golden days, directors had on-set photographers capturing candid images for those iconic movie posters. Author Karina Longworth collected a ton of old contact sheets from some of Hollywood’s most legendary films.

Photographer’s Contact Sheets From Hollywood’s Golden Days

via Gizmodo

closettherapist:

trillgamesh:

firefoxshawty:

andrusi:

weeaboobs:

senpaitheking:

That’s not cool Tumblr and you know it, you’re basically forcing people to agree to this bullcrap. 

of course they’re forcing you to agree. if you’re gonna use their services then you have to abide by their rules.

yeah, that’s why it’s called “terms of service”

because they will let you use their service if you agree to their terms

What is the point in forcing you to agree if there is only one option that is so stupid it’s like a presidential election with 1 candidate a complete farce to be honest

Are you guys just not familiar with how websites in general tend to work

"I would like to buy a hamburger."

"Ok, that costs $1."

"I don’t want to pay that."

"Then you can’t have a hamburger."

"Why are you forcing me to agree to this? You’re only giving me one option!"

(via your-moms-favorite-blog)

Are you trying to save my soul?

(Source: ashleybensons, via droo216)

theniftyfifties:

Fashion photography by Guy Bourdin, 1950s.

theniftyfifties:

Fashion photography by Guy Bourdin, 1950s.

(Source: mepenelope)

tiffanylofton:

Tabulaa - Bucket List - The Bean, Chicago

https://tabulaa.com/vitae/see_the_bean

Cloud Gate, referred to by locals as “The Bean”, for obvious reasons,is a public sculpture by talented British artist Anish Kapoor in Chicago, Illinois.

Cloud Gate, a public sculpture by Indian-born British artist Anish Kapoor, is the centerpiece of the AT&T Plaza in Millennium Park within the Loop community area of Chicago, Illinois, United States. The sculpture and AT&T Plaza are located on top of Park Grill, between the Chase Promenade and McCormick Tribune Plaza & Ice Rink. 

Constructed between 2004 and 2006, the sculpture is nicknamed “The Bean” because of its bean-like shape. Made up of 168 stainless steel plates welded together, its highly polished exterior has no visible seams. It is 33 by 66 by 42 feet, and weighs 110 short tons. 

Said to have been inspired by liquid mercury,the sculpture’s surface reflects and distorts the city’s skyline. Visitors are able to walk around and under Cloud Gate’s 12-foot high arch. On the underside is the “omphalos” (Greek for “navel”), a concave chamber that warps and multiplies reflections. The sculpture builds upon many of Kapoor’s artistic themes, and is popular with tourists as a photo-taking opportunity for its unique reflective properties.

(Source: tabulaa, via verusmihi)

What a terrible mistake to let go of something wonderful for something real.
– Miranda July, No One Belongs Here More Than You (via teenager90s)

(via feellng)

Growing apart doesn’t change the fact that for a long time we grew side by side; our roots will always be tangled. I’m glad for that.
– Ally Condie, Matched (via teenager90s)

(via feellng)

I KNEW THIS WAS FROM SKYRIM IMMEDIATELY BUT I WAS 100% SURE WHEN I SAW THE DRAGON’S TONGUE WHAT HAVE I DONE WITH MY LIFE.

I KNEW THIS WAS FROM SKYRIM IMMEDIATELY BUT I WAS 100% SURE WHEN I SAW THE DRAGON’S TONGUE WHAT HAVE I DONE WITH MY LIFE.

(Source: spookee-skeleton, via verusmihi)

phuckindop3:

dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive

obsessed with this

(via laolith)

photojojo:

Before you could open that folder of images on your memory card, contact sheets were the only way to review a bunch of photographs you just took.

In Hollywood’s golden days, directors had on-set photographers capturing candid images for those iconic movie posters. Author Karina Longworth collected a ton of old contact sheets from some of Hollywood’s most legendary films.

Photographer’s Contact Sheets From Hollywood’s Golden Days

via Gizmodo

closettherapist:

trillgamesh:

firefoxshawty:

andrusi:

weeaboobs:

senpaitheking:

That’s not cool Tumblr and you know it, you’re basically forcing people to agree to this bullcrap. 

of course they’re forcing you to agree. if you’re gonna use their services then you have to abide by their rules.

yeah, that’s why it’s called “terms of service”

because they will let you use their service if you agree to their terms

What is the point in forcing you to agree if there is only one option that is so stupid it’s like a presidential election with 1 candidate a complete farce to be honest

Are you guys just not familiar with how websites in general tend to work

"I would like to buy a hamburger."

"Ok, that costs $1."

"I don’t want to pay that."

"Then you can’t have a hamburger."

"Why are you forcing me to agree to this? You’re only giving me one option!"

(via your-moms-favorite-blog)

Are you trying to save my soul?

(Source: ashleybensons, via droo216)

theniftyfifties:

Fashion photography by Guy Bourdin, 1950s.

theniftyfifties:

Fashion photography by Guy Bourdin, 1950s.

(Source: mepenelope)

(Source: weheartit.com, via feellng)

allthingseurope:

Prague (by Luba Fayngersh )

(Source: weheartit.com, via feellng)

tiffanylofton:

Tabulaa - Bucket List - The Bean, Chicago

https://tabulaa.com/vitae/see_the_bean

Cloud Gate, referred to by locals as “The Bean”, for obvious reasons,is a public sculpture by talented British artist Anish Kapoor in Chicago, Illinois.

Cloud Gate, a public sculpture by Indian-born British artist Anish Kapoor, is the centerpiece of the AT&T Plaza in Millennium Park within the Loop community area of Chicago, Illinois, United States. The sculpture and AT&T Plaza are located on top of Park Grill, between the Chase Promenade and McCormick Tribune Plaza & Ice Rink. 

Constructed between 2004 and 2006, the sculpture is nicknamed “The Bean” because of its bean-like shape. Made up of 168 stainless steel plates welded together, its highly polished exterior has no visible seams. It is 33 by 66 by 42 feet, and weighs 110 short tons. 

Said to have been inspired by liquid mercury,the sculpture’s surface reflects and distorts the city’s skyline. Visitors are able to walk around and under Cloud Gate’s 12-foot high arch. On the underside is the “omphalos” (Greek for “navel”), a concave chamber that warps and multiplies reflections. The sculpture builds upon many of Kapoor’s artistic themes, and is popular with tourists as a photo-taking opportunity for its unique reflective properties.

(Source: tabulaa, via verusmihi)

"What a terrible mistake to let go of something wonderful for something real."
"Growing apart doesn’t change the fact that for a long time we grew side by side; our roots will always be tangled. I’m glad for that."

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