Dream On

"I observe life more than I live it."
- Jayme K.

jimmaybones:

degrees 
INSTAGRAM

jimmaybones:

degrees 

INSTAGRAM

anus:

interesting:

grilledcheezed:

people are complaining about me changing my url from refreshes to grilledcheezed but have you considered;

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I think your new url is pretty interesting

fuck me

wilwheaton:

kuribohkun:

sherlockocity:

Muggleborn students at Hogwarts (part 1/?)

This is beautiful.

Forever reblog because this is fucking wonderful.

kettle-o-fish:

Illustration drawn for this Sunday Dialogue piece in today’s New York Times. Thanks to AD Nathan Huang.

kettle-o-fish:

Illustration drawn for this Sunday Dialogue piece in today’s New York Times. Thanks to AD Nathan Huang.

(via illustratedladies)

discovergreatbritain:

In Westminster you’ll find the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Horse Guards Parade and fantastic night time views from Westminster Bridge. It’s a sightseer’s paradise, and it’s starred in films like Skyfall and TV programmes like Doctor Who and the title sequence of Sherlock.
See more famous landmarks here

discovergreatbritain:

In Westminster you’ll find the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Horse Guards Parade and fantastic night time views from Westminster Bridge. It’s a sightseer’s paradise, and it’s starred in films like Skyfall and TV programmes like Doctor Who and the title sequence of Sherlock.

See more famous landmarks here

jungleindierock:

VIDEO OF THE WEEK

Jack White - Would You Fight For My Love?

From his new album Lazaretto. Video directed by Robert Hales.

Lyrics:

It’s not enough that I love you
There’s all these things I have to prove t o you
You use the sun to erase the past
But you think it only raises you

But I’m afraid of being hurt that’s true
But not afraid of any physical pain
Just as I am always scared of water 
But not afraid of standing out in the rain

The last person in the room she hugged
Was the person that loved her the most
Nobody noticed that I was down on the rug
I’m getting better at becoming a ghost

I know that you want more
But would you fight for
My love

And I’ve hurt you before
But can you ignore
My love

You’re walking out my back door
Looking back for
My love

I know that you want more


But would you fight for 
My love

People do their best to not let passion begin
It’s dead before it has a chance to start
And so then there I am, the caretaker of sin
To your abandoned and malignant heart

It’s such a pleasure, to sing with you together 
Making love when there is nobody home
But I can’t kiss you ‘til you lift up your chin
You have to want to stop being alone

I want you to fight for
My love
I want you to fight for 
My love
I want you to fight for
My love


People do their best to not let passion begin
It’s dead before it has a chance to start
I want you to fight for my love.
border-studies:

The first published image of the koala appeared in George Perry’s (1810) natural history work Arcana.[109] Perry called it the “New Holland Sloth” on account of its perceived similarities to the Central and South American tree-living mammals of genus Bradypus. His disdain for the koala, evident in his description of the animal, was typical of the prevailing early 19th-century British attitude about the primitiveness and oddity of Australian fauna:[110]
"… the eye is placed like that of the Sloth, very close to the mouth and nose, which gives it a clumsy awkward appearance, and void of elegance in the combination … they have little either in their character or appearance to interest the Naturalist or Philosopher. As Nature however provides nothing in vain, we may suppose that even these torpid, senseless creatures are wisely intended to fill up one of the great links of the chain of animated nature …".[111]

border-studies:

The first published image of the koala appeared in George Perry’s (1810) natural history work Arcana.[109] Perry called it the “New Holland Sloth” on account of its perceived similarities to the Central and South American tree-living mammals of genus Bradypus. His disdain for the koala, evident in his description of the animal, was typical of the prevailing early 19th-century British attitude about the primitiveness and oddity of Australian fauna:[110]

"… the eye is placed like that of the Sloth, very close to the mouth and nose, which gives it a clumsy awkward appearance, and void of elegance in the combination … they have little either in their character or appearance to interest the Naturalist or Philosopher. As Nature however provides nothing in vain, we may suppose that even these torpid, senseless creatures are wisely intended to fill up one of the great links of the chain of animated nature …".[111]

matialonsorphoto:

el sol de la mañana
by matialonsor

matialonsorphoto:

el sol de la mañana

by matialonsor

radiolarian-ooze:

Curiosity captures Martian clouds