bahtmun:

Welcome back home.

2 days ago with 12,495 notes — via goingtohogwartsinatardis, © bahtmun



"I just really love Nymphadora Tonks"
— me everyday  (via goingtohogwartsinatardis)



mamalaz:

Harry Potter bloopers 

(Dumbledore’s obviously been visiting Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes)

6 days ago with 44,680 notes — via melsalisbury, © mamalaz




"I don’t think this is what Hermione had in mind when she suggested you help me revise."
Harry met Ginny’s eyes with a practiced angelic expression, “No?”
She shook her head, not falling for his act even for a moment. Almost unconsciously, he reached up to gently brush her bangs from her cheek and continued, “I’m surprised we even made it to the library, actually.”
"No thanks to you. You realize I’ll blame you if I fail my OWLs?"
"Of course. But you won’t fail." [x]

"I don’t think this is what Hermione had in mind when she suggested you help me revise."

Harry met Ginny’s eyes with a practiced angelic expression, “No?”

She shook her head, not falling for his act even for a moment. Almost unconsciously, he reached up to gently brush her bangs from her cheek and continued, “I’m surprised we even made it to the library, actually.”

"No thanks to you. You realize I’ll blame you if I fail my OWLs?"

"Of course. But you won’t fail." [x]

6 days ago with 6,885 notes — via burdge



asheathes:

WIZARDING SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD: SOUTH AFRICA

Clinging haphazardly to the jagged sides of the Drakensberg escarpment, the South African Institute for Witches and Wizards is an impressive conglomeration of architectural wonder and eccentric contraptions that keep the sprawling institute welded to the steep slopes of the mountains. Many say roaming the institute is an arduous test of one’s stamina as the primarily vertical layout of the institute relies on a plethora of stairs to navigate (luckily it has gotten better after the restriction on the indoor use of broomsticks was lifted). Over centuries, many pockets of shallow caves have been dug out and furnished by students who like to spend their free time observing the vast landscape before them from high up in the mountainside. The student population supplies much of the profits for Mava’s Zoomtastic Glasses, which is a popular accessory for observing the abundance of wildlife that roam the lands.
1 week ago with 10,287 notes — via rhaenysdayne, © asheathes



quinnasaurus-creations:

Ginny Weasly watercolor from an outline I did for the color palette challenge.

quinnasaurus-creations:

Ginny Weasly watercolor from an outline I did for the color palette challenge.

1 week ago with 4,474 notes — via rhaenysdayne, © quinnasaurus-creations



1 week ago with 37,727 notes — via madelinestarr, © send-me-noots



Dear Mr. Potter, We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Please find enclosed a list of all necessary books and equipment.

Term begins on September 1. We await your owl by no later than July 31. Yours sincerely, Minerva McGonagall, Deputy Headmistress.

1 week ago with 4,714 notes — via fuckyeahharrypotter, © jonrsnow



asheathes:

WIZARDING SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD: CANADA

Catering to the western students in the vast land of Canada, the Banff Academy of Magical Studies is a sprawling château style structure nestled comfortably in the snowy peaks beyond Lake Louise. The students have opted for stylish layered knitwear in place of traditional wizard robes, and are often named some of the most fashionable amongst the international wizarding community. Every winter, students would don their warmest clothing and spend hours outside casting adhesive charms on the walls of the academy so falling snow would later stick to the exterior, transforming the school into a frozen palace. 
1 week ago with 7,721 notes — via linneaus, © asheathes



asheathes:

WIZARDING SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD: INDIA

India’s Academy of Sorcery boasts an impressive display of flashy colours, from enchanted saris that shift colours sporadically throughout the day, to the lavishly painted exterior of the academy which is situated in a nondescript location along Ganges River. Due to the frightening rate at which the school’s ancient mango tree (jokingly nicknamed “Mammoth Mango Machine”) produces mangoes, students have to endure the perpetually evolving art of mango cuisine at least five days a week. Every year, to the students’ great enjoyment, classes are halted for Diwali to make time for various competitions that take place: firework flourishes and charms for upper-year students (bonus points if it doesn’t set any part of the school on fire), and lantern designing for lower-year students (use of animals, alive or dead, is forbidden).
2 weeks ago with 23,612 notes — via rhaenysdayne, © asheathes