d-artle:

ivoryunknown:

nobodyiswatchingus:

Waterfall amidst a mountain covered in ash after a volcano eruption. 
Taken in Iceland. 

Holy shit

this is one of the most beautiful things ive ever seen

d-artle:

ivoryunknown:

nobodyiswatchingus:

Waterfall amidst a mountain covered in ash after a volcano eruption. 

Taken in Iceland. 

Holy shit

this is one of the most beautiful things ive ever seen

  • me: this fic fucked me up so bad and i cried for hours
  • me: here read it
fleura-belle:

Leg goals and dream shoes

fleura-belle:

Leg goals and dream shoes

thefandomlife221b:

Behold the Iron Throne the Way George R.R. Martin Intended It

While he [Martin] acknowledges that the HBO version has become “iconic,” and is perhaps more realistic, “It’s still not right. It’s not the Iron Throne I see when I’m working on The Winds of Winter. It’s not the Iron Throne I want my readers to see. The way the throne is described in the books… HUGE, hulking, black and twisted, with the steep iron stairs in front, the high seat from which the king looks DOWN on everyone in the court… my throne is a hunched beast looming over the throne room, ugly and asymmetric.”

Source:(x)

thefandomlife221b:

Behold the Iron Throne the Way George R.R. Martin Intended It

While he [Martin] acknowledges that the HBO version has become “iconic,” and is perhaps more realistic, “It’s still not right. It’s not the Iron Throne I see when I’m working on The Winds of Winter. It’s not the Iron Throne I want my readers to see. The way the throne is described in the books… HUGE, hulking, black and twisted, with the steep iron stairs in front, the high seat from which the king looks DOWN on everyone in the court… my throne is a hunched beast looming over the throne room, ugly and asymmetric.”

Source:(x)

cross-connect:

NeSpoon is a street artist from Warsaw, Poland. Her artistic focus is on the intricate patterns of lace and breaking its granny stereotype by using it to beautify gritty urban spaces. NeSpoon calls her artistic approach the “jewelry of the public space.” She often uses the usual spray paint and stencils of enlarged lace patterns to produce her works on the street.