It's been all of my regrets to live a lie and end upset and I remember when peace was a pretty contender.
It's clouded what we know, and I'm losing everything.
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'Golden Goddess' - model: Mari Agory - photographer: Lindsay Adler - stylist: LSC - make-up: Griselle Rosario - Idol Magazine 2014
Posy ring with pictogram inscription, ‘Two hands, one heart, Till death us part.’ Made in England in the 17th century (source).
(Source: aleyma, via sweetly-insane)
Today’s Classic: Joan of Arc
1. By John Everett Millais (1865)
2. By Paul Antoinede La Boulaye (1909)
3. By Eugene Thirion (1876)
4. By Hermann Anton Stilke (1843)
5. By Gaston Bussiere (1908)
6. By Adolphe-Alexandre Dillens (1852)
I promised you previews!
This is #34: Furfur. He’s a hart with a fiery tail what does all storms and stuff. Basically; should be a Pokemon.
I’m doing a mixture of full colour (like Marbas) and duochrome, like Furfur here. Sometimes I just add a single marker colour in for accents if I’m bored, so it’s a good mixture of nice things. I, er. Some are turning out quite gory but what did you expect from me doing a thing with a pen. You’re welcome.
The Dark Hedges in County Antrim, Ireland is a beautifully eerie avenue of beech trees that were planted by the Stuart family back in the 1750s. Their intent was to create a striking landscape to impress its visitors as they approached the entrance to their mansion, the Gracehill House. You may notice the mystifying scene from the hit HBO series “Game of Thrones,” as it’s served as a setting for the famous Kingsroad.
heard some non-savory comments from my family about my dear ball python so i was inspired to make some little psa’s about snakes!!! they are our scaly friends do not harm noodles
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Ball Pythons are like the chillest animal in existence I don’t even know how people can be scared or hateful towards them.
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