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runecestershire:

stagecoachjessi:

Hamlet’s Soliloquy (1948-2009)

All the Hamlets! And the OP was wise to use David Tennant for the “sleep” line :)

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amuseoffyre:

Y’know, I’ve finally put my finger on what ticked me off about the LotR/Hobbit films specifically in relation to the ladies.

I was thinking about it when a gifset of the Eowyn-cooking-scene showed up. I hate that scene. I hate it with the fire of a thousand suns. Actually, on the whole, I really don’t like the way they deal with their female characters at all, which is ridiculous given that most of the writing team is female.

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THANK YOU.

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tangledaxon:

staceythinx:

Orbital Mechanics by Tatiana Plakhova 

This is breathtaking.

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maidenmarvel:

ask-candlelight:

leetakeuchi:

REBLOG IF YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN THAT IN YOUR DASH.

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Meanwhile with me…

maidenmarvel:

ask-candlelight:

leetakeuchi:

REBLOG IF YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN THAT IN YOUR DASH.

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Meanwhile with me…

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lohrien:

Illustrations by Yongsub Noh (YONG)

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ianference:

In another example of the sorts of photographs one can get when circumstances dictate that one enters a building in the middle of the night, here is a capture of the central spoke hallway at Mont Alto Sanatorium taken just as nautical twilight started to provide some natural light to compete with the artificial lighting coming in from outside.  The strange contrast between the blue light from the sky and the orange lights mounted on the building made this mostly-flooded corridor take on an unearthly feel; as much as I like this photograph, it doesn’t quite capture the feeling of seeing this in person - I feel lucky to have done so.

ianference:

In another example of the sorts of photographs one can get when circumstances dictate that one enters a building in the middle of the night, here is a capture of the central spoke hallway at Mont Alto Sanatorium taken just as nautical twilight started to provide some natural light to compete with the artificial lighting coming in from outside.  The strange contrast between the blue light from the sky and the orange lights mounted on the building made this mostly-flooded corridor take on an unearthly feel; as much as I like this photograph, it doesn’t quite capture the feeling of seeing this in person - I feel lucky to have done so.

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