art-is-art-is-art:

Landscape near Le Pouldu, France, Alson Skinner Clark


thegoblinmarketofficial:

The Kelpie by Emma Weakley

DeviantArt: http://porceliandoll.deviantart.com/

Tumblr: http://theninjazebra.tumblr.com

In mythology, the kelpie is described as a strong and powerful horse. It is a white and sky blue colour and appeared as a lost pony, but could be identified by its constantly dripping mane. Its mane and tail are a bit curly. Its skin was said to be like that of a seal, smooth but as cold as death when touched. Kelpies were said to transform into beautiful women to lure men into their traps. They created illusions to keep themselves hidden, keeping only their eyes above water to scout the surface. The fable of the kelpie varies by region. The Kelpie’s mane is said to be a sky blue colour. The water horse is a common form of the kelpie, said to lure humans into the water to drown them. The water horse would encourage people to ride on its back, and once its victims fell into its trap, the water horse’s skin would become adhesive and the horse would bear the victim into the river, dragging them to the bottom of the water and devouring them—except the heart or liver. A common Scottish tale is the story of nine children lured onto a kelpie’s back, while a tenth kept his distance. The kelpie chased the tenth child, but he escaped. Another more gruesome variation on this tale is that the tenth child simply stroked the kelpie’s nose but, when his hand stuck to it, he took a knife from his pocket and cut his own hand off, cauterizing it with wood from a nearby fire.

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true-savage-studio:

“However much you feed a wolf, it always looks to the forest. We are all wolves of the dense forest of Eternity.” 
― Marina Tsvetaeva


fastcodesign:

Nice Nosing You is the rare set of photographs that can turn an ordinary dog into an abstract piece of art, just by finding a novel angle. 

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awwww-cute:

This is my friend’s baby bunny Peanut. He’s too cute for words

Everything fell apart in me. How are things with you?
Jack Kerouac (via adderalldust)

(Source: quotes-shape-us)


4.01 // 4.02

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droqo:

"Kings" + Final Words

But I have seen the best of you and the worst of you, and I choose both.
Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye, An Origin Story (via aquotee)

grandmabread:

January 10th / sunrise and sunset

(Source: sulkist)

pastelmorgue:

cottoncandy-dreams:

Ah Jason, he is a total legend. Yes, our first ever meeting in the lobby of a Belfast hotel did start by him rugby tackling me to the floor yelling “WIFEY!!”

- Emilia Clarke

I AM SO BEYOND FUCKING DONE

lesmurs:

pedro pascal is so perfect as oberyn.