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bluepueblo:

Dolbadarn Castle, Snowdonia, Wales
photo via alicia

bluepueblo:

Dolbadarn Castle, Snowdonia, Wales

photo via alicia

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Posted 48 minutes ago
bluepueblo:

Forest Bridge, Gougane Barra, Cork, Ireland
photo by conalthomson

bluepueblo:

Forest Bridge, Gougane Barra, Cork, Ireland

photo by conalthomson

Posted 51 minutes ago

zombieswhatever:

I really like the combination of black and red. :D

Posted 1 hour ago

characterdesigninspiration:

goldenswallowtail:

zombie-spiders:

royals-and-quotes:

Vintage Medieval Weddings Dresses

I love these so much

GIVE THEM TO ME

here’s the source :)

Posted 1 hour ago

Describe yourself on anon and I’ll say if I’d date you.

that-one-lesbian-bitchh:

Age, gender, height, eye and hair color, then tell me what your favorite something (hobby, class, music, etc) and what kind of date you want to take me on, etc

pls

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Posted 1 hour ago
this-is-cthulhu-privilege:

minarachelle:

Abandoned Village in Scotland!

no thats skyrim.

this-is-cthulhu-privilege:

minarachelle:

Abandoned Village in Scotland!

no thats skyrim.

Posted 1 hour ago
whittneydoll:

tiny-librarian:

fangirlconfession:

confess here || twitter || instagram

A) That’s not Angelina as Cleopatra, it’s Olympias the mother of Alexander the Great.
B) I’m not holding my breath for the movie to get made, it’s been rumoured for almost a decade now.
and C) That would be because she’s of largely Macedonian descent with a small amount of Persian.
The Ptolemies were in fact Macedonian Greek, which makes Cleopatra approximately as Egyptian as Elizabeth Taylor. The word ‘honey skinned’ recurs in descriptions of her relatives and would presumably applied to hers as well, despite the inexactitudes surrounding her mother and paternal grandmother. There was certainly Persian blood in the family, but even an Egyptian mistress is a rarity among the Ptolemies. She was not dark skinned.
Cleopatra, A Life - Stacy Schiff
So having someone of African descent or who had very dark skin play her would be historically inaccurate. It would be like having someone who was Chinese playing Elizabeth I. 

God bless, tiny-librarian.

whittneydoll:

tiny-librarian:

fangirlconfession:

confess here || twitter || instagram

A) That’s not Angelina as Cleopatra, it’s Olympias the mother of Alexander the Great.

B) I’m not holding my breath for the movie to get made, it’s been rumoured for almost a decade now.

and C) That would be because she’s of largely Macedonian descent with a small amount of Persian.

The Ptolemies were in fact Macedonian Greek, which makes Cleopatra approximately as Egyptian as Elizabeth Taylor. The word ‘honey skinned’ recurs in descriptions of her relatives and would presumably applied to hers as well, despite the inexactitudes surrounding her mother and paternal grandmother. There was certainly Persian blood in the family, but even an Egyptian mistress is a rarity among the Ptolemies. She was not dark skinned.

Cleopatra, A Life - Stacy Schiff

So having someone of African descent or who had very dark skin play her would be historically inaccurate. It would be like having someone who was Chinese playing Elizabeth I. 

God bless, tiny-librarian.

Posted 1 hour ago

amisi:

Cats cats cats. =^ㅇㅅㅇ^=

Posted 1 hour ago

kitkatghost:

elle-est-aimee:

How to, step-by-step, make expressions mean different things by changing just one facial feature at a time. *shrug* I’m not very good at explaining how I do expressions, I just…feel out what kinds of muscles seem to fit and tweak those. And sometimes, ever so slightly, little adjustments could mean the difference between fury and euphoria. 

reference,

Posted 1 hour ago

eco-ray:

美味しそうなパン - Google 検索

Posted 1 hour ago