quarta-feira, agosto 05, 2015

1965 Ford MustangJohn Stuart Mill once observed that “on all...











1965 Ford Mustang

John Stuart Mill once observed that “on all great subjects much remains to be said”. 

But when it comes to iconic and wildly popular cars such as the Ford Mustang, one could just as correctly ask just what there could be left to say.

So on this occasion, we think it better to let the thing speak for itself.

element-of-change: Fanart - The Four Elements Specialized by...









element-of-change:

Fanart - The Four Elements Specialized

by Ctreuse109 [x] [x] [x] [x]

Interesting how the first three elements exclusively feature specialized benders (you can even see Zuko in the background for the Lightningbending art, since we only ever knew him to redirect lightning not conjure it) while only three of the five in the Airbender set have displayed any enhanced spiritual powers akin to Jinora’s explicit specialization of Airbending, spirit projection. Aang has done something similar many times during his journey, and Tenzin was able to project his inner enlightenment out into the Fog of Lost Souls in order to dissipate it and save his family.

Just posting all of these here with credit because I find them stunning and I haven’t seen this set around yet.

fotojournalismus: Kalash girl, Pakistan, 1981.Photo by Steve...



fotojournalismus:

Kalash girl, Pakistan, 1981.

Photo by Steve McCurry

Batman 1966-1968



















Batman 1966-1968

tryagaindairy: Greece



tryagaindairy:

Greece

Check out the new Shirts on http://ift.tt/1s8Fomf



Check out the new Shirts on http://ift.tt/1s8Fomf

mizufae: we-are-the-queermaggedon: I started binge watching... August 05, 2015 at 02:40PM



mizufae:

we-are-the-queermaggedon:

I started binge watching Steven Universe and got an idea. So this happened.

lookatthislittlething

Ooooohhhhhh, I love this!

HUSBAND SUES WIFE DAY AFTER WEDDING FOR SEEING HER FOR THE FIRST TIME WITHOUT MAKEUP

A groom was so stunned to see his wife without makeup the next morning after their wedding that he mistook her for a 'thief' and is suing her for fraud.

For grooms and brides around the world, looking into each others eyes for the first time as husband and wife the morning after their wedding day is a highly anticipated moment and one most never forget.

But for these newlyweds, things didn't plan out like they expected.
An Algerian man saw his wife for the first time without makeup the morning after their wedding and is now suing her for fraud and psychological suffering.
The groom was so shocked and confused, he was convinced his wife was a "thief who came to steal his apartment," he told the court.
The wife, completely unrecognisable to her husband, tried to calm him down.
He eventually realised she wasn't a thief, but the women he supposedly 'loved' just without makeup.
The groom said he was deceived because she always packed on makeup and looked very attractive before the wedding.
Seeing her true colours scared him away. What kind of husband could be so superficial? Obviously one who wanted a trophy wife.
He is claiming $20,000 in damages for trauma, what a gentleman, and as you would have hoped they are filing for divorce.

Jérôme Berthemet

Teenagers in class photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt, Oklahoma...



Teenagers in class photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt, Oklahoma City, OK, 1948 (via)

archiemcphee: Japanese artists and friends& Hiné Mizushima... August 05, 2015 at 01:20PM









archiemcphee:

Japanese artists and friends& Hiné Mizushima (previously featured here) and Yuko Higuchi (previously featured here) collaborated on the creation of this awesome diorama of needle-felted squid in biology class. Mizushima made the adorable squid student and teacher and assembled the diorama while Higuchi made the beautiful anatomical illustrations and the needle-felted heart. We hope these two fantastic artists team up again sometime soon.

[via Street Anatomy]

dEEP Architects. Cattle Back Mountain Volunteer House. China....











dEEP Architects. Cattle Back Mountain Volunteer House. China. source. photos: dEEP Architects