damnelves:

the magic begins: Favourite Relationships (1/3) - The Golden Trio

A warmth was spreading through Harry that had nothing to do with the sunlight; a tight obstruction in his chest seemed to be dissolving. The mere fact that they were still there on either side of him, speaking bracing words of comfort, was worth more than he could ever tell them.

10 hours ago with 6,810 notes — via normandys, © damnelves



grassfire:

poorlittlecousin:

am i the only person here who reads tea and drinks books

round up the posse, boys, we found us a NERD

12 hours ago with 180,183 notes — via madelinestarr



mediumaevum:

I wanted to share with you our Serbian traditional way of dying Easter eggs - no artificial colors or dyes needed.

Put any leaves you like on the surface of the egg and carefully place them in a stocking. Boil these eggs in water full of onion skins. The result are beautiful, earthly colors and interesting patterns. 

17 hours ago with 5,177 notes — via samecoin, © mediumaevum



itistimetodisappear:

Requested by Anonymous [x]




jumpingjacktrash:

ceruleancynic:

salt-and-frankincense:

Judith
August Riedel, oil on canvas, 1840 (Wiki)

I think I like this as much as I like the Gentileschi Judith Slaying Holofernes but for different reasons. Gentileschi’s Judith is focused in the moment, entirely concentrating on what she’s having to do. It’s a snapshot of the event itself. You can see in her forearms how much physical force is involved in cutting off the asshole’s head. She is doing a job that needs to be done, and there’s no gloating joy in her and no fainting disgust: she’s leaning out of the way of the blood and just getting on with it, because some monsters should not walk under the open sky.
This Judith has done the deed, and presumably changed out of her bloody outfit afterward—and there is no remorse or guilt whatsoever in her, no acknowledgment that ladies aren’t supposed to seduce generals and then cut off their heads in their tents; she has done it regardless of personal cost and she would do it again, and this is a triumphal portrait. She has the sword in one hand and the head by its hair in the other, and she is terrifying in her quiet competence. 
I imagine that when this painting was first presented a large number of the dudes present kind of swallowed hard and fought an urge to back away, because this woman is that most frightening thing to a certain type of man: capable and unapologetic about it. The look in her eyes says: I will do what must be done, and if that means violence, then violence is what you will receive.

there’s that slight lift of the eyebrow, as if someone off camera just went, “dude, that chick is holding a guy’s severed head!” and she’s like, “are we gonna have a problem here?”
hint: the correct answer is NO MA’AM.

jumpingjacktrash:

ceruleancynic:

salt-and-frankincense:

Judith

August Riedel, oil on canvas, 1840 (Wiki)

I think I like this as much as I like the Gentileschi Judith Slaying Holofernes but for different reasons. Gentileschi’s Judith is focused in the moment, entirely concentrating on what she’s having to do. It’s a snapshot of the event itself. You can see in her forearms how much physical force is involved in cutting off the asshole’s head. She is doing a job that needs to be done, and there’s no gloating joy in her and no fainting disgust: she’s leaning out of the way of the blood and just getting on with it, because some monsters should not walk under the open sky.

This Judith has done the deed, and presumably changed out of her bloody outfit afterward—and there is no remorse or guilt whatsoever in her, no acknowledgment that ladies aren’t supposed to seduce generals and then cut off their heads in their tents; she has done it regardless of personal cost and she would do it again, and this is a triumphal portrait. She has the sword in one hand and the head by its hair in the other, and she is terrifying in her quiet competence. 

I imagine that when this painting was first presented a large number of the dudes present kind of swallowed hard and fought an urge to back away, because this woman is that most frightening thing to a certain type of man: capable and unapologetic about it. The look in her eyes says: I will do what must be done, and if that means violence, then violence is what you will receive.

there’s that slight lift of the eyebrow, as if someone off camera just went, “dude, that chick is holding a guy’s severed head!” and she’s like, “are we gonna have a problem here?”

hint: the correct answer is NO MA’AM.

20 hours ago with 321 notes — via barnacle-butt, © brassmanticore
#art



drakonlord:

I was born to serve you Arthur. And I’m proud of that. And I wouldn’t change a thing. 

drakonlord:

I was born to serve you Arthur. And I’m proud of that. And I wouldn’t change a thing. 

23 hours ago with 346 notes — via fy-merlinxarthur, © derekhael.co.vu



I was a coward! I was weak! I wouldn’t kill a dragon!

1 day ago with 4,280 notes — via fyeahhowtotrainyourdragon, © mjolnr



crayonguy:

Bunny master post

1 day ago with 118,940 notes — via yourcanadianoverlord, © crayonguy



pansexualfacts:

Fact: Pansexuals travel and hunt in packs with asexuals. Each pack is led by two people- the Alpha Pan and the Alpha Ace.

1 day ago with 7,976 notes — via combeferre-theguide, © pansexualfacts



supergeeked:

yung-maple:

deaupeassmango:

forevermore-me:

movsi:

tilthisweek:

jimmywill:

Forever reblog.

Speak.

True education is more powerful than any gun 

PREACH. THAT. GOSPEL. TRUTH.

THANK YOU!

You can feel the truth from this

That’s the plan

supergeeked:

yung-maple:

deaupeassmango:

forevermore-me:

movsi:

tilthisweek:

jimmywill:

Forever reblog.

Speak.

True education is more powerful than any gun 

PREACH. THAT. GOSPEL. TRUTH.

THANK YOU!

You can feel the truth from this

That’s the plan

1 day ago with 293,977 notes — via waitingfortheworldtofall, © lifeinthemargin