amy. 22. tripping through life.

likes books, films & television, sleeping in, fuzzy things, funny things, raindrops on roses and whiskers on ki - no, wait -

currently obsessing over marvel comics & suits. overly invested in the life and times of certain genius-billionaire-playboy-philanthropists and emotionally unavailable lawyers. ah, there we go.

My kingdom for a coffee



morganica:

Paolo Peregrin (italian photographer) with Kat Dennings (2008)


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Pre aSoIaF: House Targaryen and the War of Conquest

The War of Conquest was the campaign in which Aegon I conquered Westeros. Supported by his two sisters, their dragons and a small army of soldiers, the Targaryens subdued six of the Seven Kingdoms. Not all the continent had to be taken by conquest, some regions and houses actively supported House Targaryen and others submitted voluntarily.



frankunderwood:

Gabriel, Jacinda and their daughter Satine on Halloween 2012







Firefly → scenerygasm @tamedeer

Firefly → scenerygasm @tamedeer


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via capsicle (originally zoewashburne) ·
oceanportal:

From The Featured Creature:


Swimmingly peacefully through the dark waters of the ocean the world over are marine planktonic polychaete worms in genus Tomopteris. These mesmerizing creatures are relatively transparent until they shine a deep bioluminescent blue. One species, Tomopteris nisseni, is one of the few creatures on the planet to produce yellow bioluminescence.
Others in this genus are capable of dispelling a flurry of bioluminescent sparks from their parapodia. This is used to distract predators, making them go after the discharged glow instead of the actual animal.
They only reach a few centimeters in length, not counting the full tail length which varies and their antennae, but no matter the size of this spectacular creature it’s impossible to take your eyes off its captivating undulating body as it rhythmically slinks through the darkness.

oceanportal:

From The Featured Creature:

Swimmingly peacefully through the dark waters of the ocean the world over are marine planktonic polychaete worms in genus Tomopteris. These mesmerizing creatures are relatively transparent until they shine a deep bioluminescent blue. One species, Tomopteris nisseni, is one of the few creatures on the planet to produce yellow bioluminescence.

Others in this genus are capable of dispelling a flurry of bioluminescent sparks from their parapodia. This is used to distract predators, making them go after the discharged glow instead of the actual animal.

They only reach a few centimeters in length, not counting the full tail length which varies and their antennae, but no matter the size of this spectacular creature it’s impossible to take your eyes off its captivating undulating body as it rhythmically slinks through the darkness.


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via staceythinx (originally captainatlantic) ·

Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe at BAFTA 2012 [x]