underbergetsrot:

Mathias Nygard, Turisas. 

underbergetsrot:

Mathias Nygard, Turisas. 

vzxy:

Quite possible the greatest tweet ever written. 

vzxy:

Quite possible the greatest tweet ever written. 

Guess who just bought herself a horse

61below:

it mirrors only starlight and moonlight

61below:

it mirrors only starlight and moonlight

louisfucksharrysenseless:

is the song actually good or am i just too far up their asses

arise, arise, riders of théoden! spears shall be shaken, shields shall be splintered! a sword day, a red day, ere the sun rises!

phaserburn:

My taste in music ranges from “you need to listen to this” to “I know, please don’t judge me.”

myequinedlife:

Elli in the woodsSeptember 2014

myequinedlife:

Elli in the woods
September 2014

fantasticcatadventures:

goals

fantasticcatadventures:

goals

clearairturbulence:

Fire and Water
Artist: William O’Connor
"The story of The Hobbit was the inspiration for this painting, specifically the chapter by the same name. Bard, the captain of the gaurd of Laketown aims his last, magical black arrow at the rampaging dragon, Smaug. The Lonely Mountain looms in the background, and the door in the cliff wall can even be seen on close inspection. The wood thrush with the secret of Smaug’s weakness watches on as the last arrow is about to be loosed. The composition of this image was greatly influenced by the designs of Japanese woodblock prints. The limited pallette infuses the painting with a sense of age and timelessness. Although quite simple in its design, an attention to detail invites the viewer to linger over the elements of the painting.” 

clearairturbulence:

Fire and Water

Artist: William O’Connor

"The story of The Hobbit was the inspiration for this painting, specifically the chapter by the same name. Bard, the captain of the gaurd of Laketown aims his last, magical black arrow at the rampaging dragon, Smaug. The Lonely Mountain looms in the background, and the door in the cliff wall can even be seen on close inspection. The wood thrush with the secret of Smaug’s weakness watches on as the last arrow is about to be loosed. 
The composition of this image was greatly influenced by the designs of Japanese woodblock prints. The limited pallette infuses the painting with a sense of age and timelessness. Although quite simple in its design, an attention to detail invites the viewer to linger over the elements of the painting.”
 

Why do you people have to make everything about race???
  • Long answer: White Europeans decided to colonize the rest of the world. They enslaved, massacred, segregated, displaced, tortured, disenfranchised, and raped other racial groups. They stole land, resources, and art. They put other races in zoos and death camps. They destroyed written and pictorial history. They suppressed the religions of other races. They dehumanized us. They refused to teach the history of these atrocities in their schools. They refused to acknowledge the achievements of other races. They used the theory of their racial superiority as their excuse. All social institutions reflect this history. All affected racial groups are still feeling the aftereffects of this. So it tends to come up a lot.
  • Short answer: Please shut up.