Mystery of the Universe
l0thl0rien:

beautiful-wildlife:

Comfort by Skia

◊~Enter this Middle Earth~◊
llbwwb:

little red flying foxes by rick angel

llbwwb:

little red flying foxes by rick angel

lonely-trashcan:

upperstories:

alantyson:

sweetappletea:

Punk’s not dead. Just exhausted.

Punk needs a blanket. Maybe some chamomile tea.

shhhh. small noises. small baseline solo.

this is the cutest thing ive ever seen im going to cry

lonely-trashcan:

upperstories:

alantyson:

sweetappletea:

Punk’s not dead. Just exhausted.

Punk needs a blanket. Maybe some chamomile tea.

shhhh. small noises. small baseline solo.

this is the cutest thing ive ever seen im going to cry

gothiccharmschool:

theblacklacedandy:

victorianstyle18:

Men Gothic Suit
-Korean frock coat in silver and black brocade woven fabric, collar with rhinestones, combined with black satin trouser, black brocade period waistcoat
Amadeus in silver lace matching with handkerchief, black cameo brooch pin with crystal rhinestones and “Beethoven” collar shirt with cuff in silver lace.

gothiccharmschool:

theblacklacedandy:

victorianstyle18:

Men Gothic Suit

-Korean frock coat in silver and black brocade woven fabric, collar with rhinestones, combined with black satin trouser, black brocade period waistcoat

Amadeus in silver lace matching with handkerchief, black cameo brooch pin with crystal rhinestones and “Beethoven” collar shirt with cuff in silver lace.

minarachelle:

Halloween Make-Up

minarachelle:

Halloween Make-Up

Kitten tocks!

Kitten tocks!

fuckyeahpaganism:

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cayswann:

Posted by a friend who needs to keep her identity private. But her words need to be understood. So I reblog them on her behalf.

For the men that feel upset or singled out by the ‪#‎YesAllWomen‬, I want you to know some things.

First: It’s not about you. It’s not about any one,…


Oak. Plate from ‘Wild Fruits of the Country-side’ figured and described by F. Edward Hulme.
Published 1902 by Hutchinson in London
archive.org

Oak. Plate from ‘Wild Fruits of the Country-side’ figured and described by F. Edward Hulme.

Published 1902 by Hutchinson in London

archive.org

cayswann:

I hate that I have to write this post, but I cannot refrain any longer.

As #YesAllWomen has been taking off on Twitter, first I just started retweeting some of the more poignant posts, to share my support for the writers. Yes, I get it: “not all men.” But please understand, while “not all men”…


Spice cupboard, made in England, 1650-60 (source).

Spice cupboard, made in England, 1650-60 (source).

enchantedengland:

   Church Street, Rye, East Sussex, England.
   I am home (to the internet as well) after the holiday of happy happy happiness that will live in my heart forevermore. **dreamy sigh**
   Really, it was all as lovely as this photograph. I cannot even formulate one of my silly neologisms to describe it. (my photo)

enchantedengland:

   Church Street, Rye, East Sussex, England.

   I am home (to the internet as well) after the holiday of happy happy happiness that will live in my heart forevermore. **dreamy sigh**

   Really, it was all as lovely as this photograph. I cannot even formulate one of my silly neologisms to describe it. (my photo)