Thranduil’s armor I could cry

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cRYING SO HARD HOW IS HE REAL (x)

cRYING SO HARD HOW IS HE REAL (x)

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tiny-creatures:

Booted Racket-tail Inflight by Jeff Dyck on Flickr.
nbcnews:

Passenger plane crashes in stormy Taiwan
(Photo: Sam Yeh / AFP - Getty Images)
A plane has crashed while making an emergency landing in Taiwan killing at least 40 people, according to reports.
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nbcnews:

Passenger plane crashes in stormy Taiwan

(Photo: Sam Yeh / AFP - Getty Images)

A plane has crashed while making an emergency landing in Taiwan killing at least 40 people, according to reports.

Continue reading

(Source: NBCNews.com)

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favorite ladies: lucy liu

"Everything I buy is vintage and smells funny. Maybe that’s why I don’t have a boyfriend." 

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fiftyshadesthemovie:

Tomorrow the Trailer Arrives! #FiftyShades

fiftyshadesthemovie:

Tomorrow the Trailer Arrives! #FiftyShades

scrolled past the scishow video thumbnail for “Understanding Trypophobia” and nearly had a heart attack

paperimages:

Mary Qian
Hobbit hole under the staircase painting

Hobbit hole under the staircase painting

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What are backgrounds

What are backgrounds

artmastered:

Isabella Watling, Gina and Cristiano, 2014, oil on canvas, [no dimensions], currently on display at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
This was my personal favourite from this year’s BP Portrait Awards. I love everything about it: the figure’s tall, dark form; his outstretched hand; that gorgeous white dog; the glint from the gentleman’s earring; and his slightly tense, yet accepting, expression. Anything that alludes to the work of the Old Masters is going to be good in my eyes! You can’t look at this painting and not think of Van Dyck or Gainsborough or Reynolds.

artmastered:

Isabella Watling, Gina and Cristiano, 2014, oil on canvas, [no dimensions], currently on display at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

This was my personal favourite from this year’s BP Portrait Awards. I love everything about it: the figure’s tall, dark form; his outstretched hand; that gorgeous white dog; the glint from the gentleman’s earring; and his slightly tense, yet accepting, expression. Anything that alludes to the work of the Old Masters is going to be good in my eyes! You can’t look at this painting and not think of Van Dyck or Gainsborough or Reynolds.

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dalasharaia:

oh.my.god

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