The Dryad's Bubble

A refuge from the kick, bollock, scramble.

The way that fans just simultaneously decided that Coulson was still alive.

Word.

takemyloveinwriting:

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Seriously, if Coulson turns out to really be dead….tits will not be calm.

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ipod lost.  1 laptop power jack broken.  Other laptop infected by virus.  THE SYSTEM IS MOST DEFINITELY DOWN. 
magnificentruin:

the system is down

ipod lost.  1 laptop power jack broken.  Other laptop infected by virus.  THE SYSTEM IS MOST DEFINITELY DOWN. 

magnificentruin:

the system is down

You’re a group of incredibly well-educated dumb people. I was there. We all were there. You’re barely functional. There are some screw-ups headed your way. I wish I could tell you that there was a trick to avoiding the screw-ups, but the screw-ups, they’re a-coming for ya.

It’s like spirit photography.

photojojo:

Cool portrait idea for far-away relatives!

Project your Skype video onto a wall to take whole family portraits with relatives who live in other cities or countries. Singaporean photographer John Clang came up with the idea to photograph his own family.

Project Skype Video onto a Wall for Family Portraits

via Reddit


Your heroes are scattered, your floating fortress falls from the sky… where is my disadvantage? // You lack conviction.

Your heroes are scattered, your floating fortress falls from the sky… where is my disadvantage? // You lack conviction.

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"No man is an island but a condo block is an island of humanity" or, a view from one rooftop condo party to another. Toronto Summer 2012  View high resolution

"No man is an island but a condo block is an island of humanity" or, a view from one rooftop condo party to another. Toronto Summer 2012 

Product of a Kensington Market junk shop rummage.
"B, next time, if you have to go away - take me with you.  I’m so pleased you’re back.  Love, S.  5th August 1986"
Oh, B.  I don’t know where you are now, or how this ended up in a junk shop in Kensington.  I don’t know if you went away again, and if you took S with you, or  maybe S changed their mind and one day went away without you.  Or maybe you are still together somewhere, writing these notes whenever one of you has to go away.  Maybe you both remember the fact this note happened, or maybe one of you does, or maybe neither of you do.  But all that can be said is that on the 5th August 1986, you came home to a heartfelt welcome.  We should all be so lucky, at least once or twice in our lives. View high resolution

Product of a Kensington Market junk shop rummage.

"B, next time, if you have to go away - take me with you.  I’m so pleased you’re back.  Love, S.  5th August 1986"

Oh, B.  I don’t know where you are now, or how this ended up in a junk shop in Kensington.  I don’t know if you went away again, and if you took S with you, or  maybe S changed their mind and one day went away without you.  Or maybe you are still together somewhere, writing these notes whenever one of you has to go away.  Maybe you both remember the fact this note happened, or maybe one of you does, or maybe neither of you do.  But all that can be said is that on the 5th August 1986, you came home to a heartfelt welcome.  We should all be so lucky, at least once or twice in our lives.

nationalgeographicmagazine:

Wild Horse, MongoliaPhotograph by Chris Neale, My ShotI love the simplicity of this image, which draws you in and keeps you there. There is absolutely nothing fancy about the shot, achieved with a basic 70mm lens. It’s the subject matter that makes it compelling, but in a subtle way. What especially makes the shot for me is the beautiful wave in the horse’s mane and forelock. I also love that the photographer included the open sky and mountain, but without unnecessary drama, showing just that gentle peak and the simple elements of the tree and log.
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nationalgeographicmagazine:

Wild Horse, Mongolia
Photograph by Chris Neale, My Shot
I love the simplicity of this image, which draws you in and keeps you there. There is absolutely nothing fancy about the shot, achieved with a basic 70mm lens. It’s the subject matter that makes it compelling, but in a subtle way. What especially makes the shot for me is the beautiful wave in the horse’s mane and forelock. I also love that the photographer included the open sky and mountain, but without unnecessary drama, showing just that gentle peak and the simple elements of the tree and log.

Download Wallpaper (1600 x 1200 pixels)

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