nubbsgalore:

photos by (click pic) michael poliza, dennis fast and matthias brieter of polar bears amongst the fireweed in churchill, manitoba. the area has the largest, and most southerly, concentration of the animals on the planet. in late summer and early fall the polar bears make their way to the hudson bay, waiting for it freeze over so they can hunt for seals on the ice. but every year, the ice is forming later and later, forcing the polar bears to go hungry for longer. (more polar bear posts

tagged → #bears
tagged → #eva green

top ten non-disney animated moviesspirit stallion of the cimarron

"And so I grew from colt to stallion, as wild and as reckless as thunder over the land. Racing with the eagle, soaring with the wind. Flying? There were times I believed I could."

top ten non-disney animated moviescats don’t dance

"Well?" 
I can’t do this.” 
And?” 
I can’t do this.”
So?”
I can’t believe I’m doing this.”

Anonymous asked: 1. blond little shit 2. actually real trash 3. everybody everywhere hates him 4. dead 5. died a virgin hahaaaaaa

::……..I GOT IT *bell ring*

it’s Joffrey ain’t it!?

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tagged → #ask #anon

captainbritish:

l-eviosa:

STEP 1. 

Think of a character.

STEP 2. 

Send me 5 facts or clues about this person.

STEP 3. 

Watch me suffer and try to guess this character. 

FRIENDS SEND ME THESE IT LOOKS AMUSING

tagged → #reblog #meme

katewillaert:

Genre Of The Dead: When Zombies Infected Popular Culture (click for full version)

Another infographic I created for HalloweenCostumes.com. This one was co-written by Thomas Lokhorst, with handwritten lettering by Jason Knudson.

I hope the Old Gods are pleased.

greifseed:

“The moon was gone, but to the magician’s eyes the unicorn was the moon, cold and white and very old, lighting his way to safety, or to madness.” 
― Peter S. BeagleThe Last Unicorn

Photographer/cosplayer/dress made by

tagged → #amalthea #cosplay

marysoffice:

never was there ever a better or more appealing fall post

tagged → #fall #autumn #photography