radtracks:

this is halloween // panic! at the disco

boys and girls of every age
wouldn’t you like to see something strange?
come with us and you will see
this, our town of halloween


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This is Halloween
Panic! at the Disco
The Nightmare Before Christmas
43,625 plays
taggartdagny requested: bucky barnes + faceless

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You will always be a fool. You will always be dead, in a city of ice, snow falling into your ear. You have already done all of this and will do it again.


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kieren walker in every episode / 1x02

when you died, everything turned to shit. life didn’t mean anything anymore. 


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kieren walker in every episode / 1x02
when you died, everything turned to shit. life didn’t mean anything anymore. 

Greek mythology meme: [2/3] mortals

Psykhe

Psykhe was a mortal princess, considered so beautiful that her glow left even Aphrodite in the shade. The goddess became jealous and told her companion Eros, the god of love, to make Psykhe fall in love with the ugliest man on Earth. However, Eros himself fell in love with Psykhe and stole her away. He told her never to look at his face, and eventually her jealous sisters convinced her to disobey him. Eros fled and Psykhe searched the world to be reunited with him. Eventually she wound up in the service of Aphrodite, who made her perform a series of difficult tasks. She might’ve failed had she not been assisted by Eros, who, despite everything, still loved her dearly. Psykhe managed to complete her labours and was reunited with Eros. She later became known as the goddess of the human soul.


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Greek mythology meme: [2/3] mortals
↳ Psykhe

Psykhe was a mortal princess, considered so beautiful that her glow left even Aphrodite in the shade. The goddess became jealous and told her companion Eros, the god of love, to make Psykhe fall in love with the ugliest man on Earth. However, Eros himself fell in love with Psykhe and stole her away. He told her never to look at his face, and eventually her jealous sisters convinced her to disobey him. Eros fled and Psykhe searched the world to be reunited with him. Eventually she wound up in the service of Aphrodite, who made her perform a series of difficult tasks. She might’ve failed had she not been assisted by Eros, who, despite everything, still loved her dearly. Psykhe managed to complete her labours and was reunited with Eros. She later became known as the goddess of the human soul.

photographersdirectory:

This was shot with a canon t2i and a 55-250mm lens. I took this shot while in whistler a few weeks ago and i find it really embodies he west coast and the landscape of british columbia. I have only been doing photography for about 8 months, but it is already apparent that it is my passion and i hope to be doing it for a long time.


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photographersdirectory:

This was shot with a canon t2i and a 55-250mm lens. I took this shot while in whistler a few weeks ago and i find it really embodies he west coast and the landscape of british columbia. I have only been doing photography for about 8 months, but it is already apparent that it is my passion and i hope to be doing it for a long time.

caroljessie:

black widow #11 (2014); "trust me, nat. i’m calm."


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Anonymous said:
psst your domain is awesome and so is your url bless u

dude I know I’m a fan of both of them as well :}

primordia:

Atonement (2007)

This film has such stunning cinematography


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Forest of Dean. I came here once with Mum and Dad. That was years ago. It’s just how I remember it. The trees, the river, everything. Like nothing’s changed… Not true of course, everything’s changed. If I brought them back here now, they’d probably not recognize any of it. Not the trees, not the river… not even me. 


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“Behind every exquisite thing that existed, there was something tragic.”
— Oscar Wilde, The Portrait of Dorian Grey (via lastisle)
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