Nomad at heart.

Cophine - 1x08 Entangled Bank

asylum-art:

Dietmar Voorworld is an artist who takes rocks, pebbles and leaves he finds in nature and turns them into memorable pieces of circular land art.

 

panda-capuccino:

pudimdepanda:

Airbabies, by PandaCapuccino
Ok, they’re not babies anymore… :)
Just something cute to distract you guys, hope you like it!

Thanks!

panda-capuccino:

pudimdepanda:

Airbabies, by PandaCapuccino

Ok, they’re not babies anymore… :)

Just something cute to distract you guys, hope you like it!

Thanks!

Jeremy Zuckerman - It's Over
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ebonynightwriter:

(Unofficial) Title: It’s Over
Length: 2:36
Episode: "The Light in the Dark" (s2e14)
Scene Overview: Korra’s reunion with everyone (after fusing with Raava) // Apologizing to Eska and Desna for Unalaq’s demise // Bolin and Eska go their separate ways // Korra and Tenzin before the portals

Notes: Hey guys! To try and make a long story short, I’ve recently figured out how to capture audio from The Legend of Korra episodes without vocals (foley sounds - bending, footsteps, clothing movement, etc. is still present). I already have a few files saved, but I felt like uploading this one in particular as I enjoy how it carries the mood of these scenes with a subtle arrangement that swells and builds before coming in with the familiar LoK theme during final scene with Tenzin and Korra. 

That being said, the very beginning has some loud static present (it’s just how the audio recorded - I haven’t figured out a way to fix it yet) so you might want to lower your volume for the first few seconds if you haven’t already pressed play. ;)

Enjoy!

anexquisitenymph:

by Andrew Lucas

anexquisitenymph:

by Andrew Lucas

Because most people will never know anything beyond what they see with their own two eyes.

swan2swan:

1. Because the headcanons will not be deterred. 

2. I was only expecting to be able to do two panels, but then I saw the other poses and realized that Bad Joke Amon has a successor…

the-dirty-doll:

Jana Romanova a Russian photographer captures couples in their sleep to explore their cultural attitude inside their families. Since she didn’t want them to pose she had to stick around their house till they fall asleep deeply and she would take the picture at 5-6 am. The project was named “Waiting” as they are parents to be.