girlinawhimsicalland:

Want to know a secret?
It has always been a dream of mine to have a hidden room bursting with books from floor to ceiling. So many books that they barely fit, so that they have to be stacked haphazardly all over the place. In this room I imagine there to be one large super comfy chair and a crackling fire. The room would be mine and mine only… it would be my little secret.

girlinawhimsicalland:

Want to know a secret?

It has always been a dream of mine to have a hidden room bursting with books from floor to ceiling. So many books that they barely fit, so that they have to be stacked haphazardly all over the place. In this room I imagine there to be one large super comfy chair and a crackling fire. The room would be mine and mine only… it would be my little secret.

serrice-ice-brandy:

James Vega and some bambinos.
Not mine!  © tuquerouge 

serrice-ice-brandy:

James Vega and some bambinos.

Not mine!  © tuquerouge 

magnuskervalen:

exile of Morgoth by breathing2004
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jackviolet:

One of the things that is really notable about Moscow and yet not many people outside Russia know about, is how gorgeous the Moscow metro is.

These photos? That’s what the metro stations look like.

Yeah.

They’re called the “People’s palaces of Moscow” or else “Underground palaces,” and they were built during the Soviet era on the Communist idea that art and beauty should belong to the people rather than only being available in the houses of nobles.

These photos show just some of the metro’s attractions. There are many more mosaics, statues, etc, placed throughout.

And the metro is always this clean.

In addition to being beautiful, it is incredibly functional. It gets you pretty much everywhere in Moscow, and the trains run at intervals of every three minutes or less. At peak times, they run every 90 seconds. You never have to worry about missing a train, because the next one will come almost immediately.

Not always of course. In the late evening or early morning hours, you may have to wait as long as five whole minutes for a train. They’re also super easy to navigate.

We Russians are pretty proud of our metro system.

sycamoreleaf:

To celebrate the old “thank god the project is over” moment, I took to the therapeutic qualities of drawing Varda’s hair, and since beguilingblackness suggested a stars and space scene why not have everyone’s favorite Queen of the Stars work on her craft of star-making?

sycamoreleaf:

To celebrate the old “thank god the project is over” moment, I took to the therapeutic qualities of drawing Varda’s hair, and since beguilingblackness suggested a stars and space scene why not have everyone’s favorite Queen of the Stars work on her craft of star-making?

androgynousdouby:

The calm before the storm

lassiecrumby:

The collector picture, complete!
Hope you like guys ^^ Tell me what you think.
(Photoshop CS. Intuos 4 tablet)
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lassiecrumby:

The collector picture, complete!

Hope you like guys ^^ Tell me what you think.

(Photoshop CS. Intuos 4 tablet)

I wonder if Dean ever prays dirty things to Cas…Like sexting but through prayer…

and thats why when Cas enters the room they look at each other like this…image

afoolishfragilespine:

“Sometimes we are lucky enough to know that our lives have been changed, to discard the old, embrace the new, and run headlong down an immutable course. It happened to me… on that summer’s day, when my eyes were opened to the sea.” — Jacques Yves Cousteau 
O C E A N U S  |  An ode to the sea (instrumental) [listen] [download] 

I. waterland - Roberto Cacciapaglia | II. oltremare - Ludovico Einaudi | III. drifting - Enya | IV. oceano - Roberto Cacciapaglia | V. naval - Yann Tiersen | VI. seconda navigazione - Roberto Cacciapaglia | VII. open spaces - Zack Hemsey | VIII. drift - Daughter  | IX. atlantico - Roberto Cacciapaglia

O C E A N U S  ( B - S I D E )  |  “Oh, can you hear the sea calling? Calling us into the world” [listen] [download] 

I. whirlpool - Sea Wolf | II. ocean tides - Kyson | III. of the sea - A.A. Bondy | IV. watermark - Sleeping At Last | V. an ocean and peril - The Black Atlantic | VI. that sea, the gambler - Gregory Alan Isakov | VII. the sea is calling (acoustic) - The Temper Trap | VIII. transatlanticism - Death Cab For Cutie

afoolishfragilespine:

Sometimes we are lucky enough to know that our lives have been changed, to discard the old, embrace the new, and run headlong down an immutable course. It happened to me… on that summer’s day, when my eyes were opened to the sea.” Jacques Yves Cousteau

O C E A N U S  |  An ode to the sea (instrumental) [listen] [download]

I. waterland - Roberto Cacciapaglia | II. oltremare - Ludovico Einaudi | III. drifting - Enya | IV. oceano - Roberto Cacciapaglia | V. naval - Yann Tiersen | VI. seconda navigazione - Roberto Cacciapaglia | VII. open spaces - Zack Hemsey | VIII. drift - Daughter  | IX. atlantico - Roberto Cacciapaglia

O C E A N U S  ( B - S I D E )  |  “Oh, can you hear the sea calling? Calling us into the world[listen] [download]

I. whirlpool - Sea Wolf | II. ocean tides - Kyson | III. of the sea - A.A. Bondy | IV. watermark - Sleeping At Last | V. an ocean and peril - The Black Atlantic | VI. that sea, the gambler - Gregory Alan Isakov | VII. the sea is calling (acoustic) - The Temper Trap | VIII. transatlanticism - Death Cab For Cutie