How to properly break the 4th wall
I shall be watching this immediately.
amazing things in nature you won’t believe actually exist
I am gonna make it my personal mission to see these places some day.
This is fantastic.
Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)
82 years later and it’s still relevant
|‘There are all kinds of courage,’ said Dumbledore, smiling. ‘It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends. I therefore award ten points to Mr. Neville Longbottom.’ |
-- I just realized today how much more meaningful this quote is when you remember Dumbledore’s backstory. For years, Albus remained at Gellert Grindelwald’s side even as Grindelwald became more and more corrupt, simply because he was his friend. He turned a blind eye to the immorality of Gellert’s plans. He couldn’t bring himself to stand up to Grindelwald because he didn’t want to jeopardize their friendship. Even as an adult, he didn’t confront Grindelwald until it was nearly too late. Those ten points weren’t awarded to Neville just so Gryffindor would win the house cup. They were awarded because Dumbledore recognized that Neville, at the age of 11, was far braver than the young Albus had ever been. (via cobbledstories)
‘Letting everyone down would be my greatest unhappiness.’
Marie Antoinette (2006)
i recently watched the great gatsby and loved it! carey mulligan as daisy buchanan. photoshop.
700 of the TFIOS audiobooks ready to ship out #tfios #dftba
I can practically feel mine in there!
Kromlauer Park is a gothic style, 200-acre country park in the municipality of Kromlau in the Görlitz Gablenzgasse district in Germany. An incredible attraction of the park is the Rakotzbrücke, more popularly known as Devil’s Bridge.
The impressive arch bridge was built around 1860. During its construction, other peculiar rock formations were built on the lake and in the park. Devil’s Bridge is no longer open to the public to ensure its preservation. A unique feature of the bridge is that its reflection on the water’s surface creates a flawless circle, regardless of which side is being viewed.
German born photographer Matthias Haker chooses to focus on the rare beauty of decrepit spaces. The peeling, faded paint and discarded debris combined with the design of the abandoned space instills an ominous and macabre beauty into the photographs.