1. (Source: the-fashion-alba, via findarato-ingoldo)

  2. theladyintweed:

Beautiful Libraries:

 Hatfield House, England. 


    Beautiful Libraries:

     Hatfield House, England. 

  3. (via saandycheekz)

  4. You know, the mind is a remarkable thing. Just because you can’t see the wound doesn’t mean it isn’t hurting. It scars all the time, but it heals.
    Jodi Picoult, The Pact (via ahokage)

    (Source: wordsnquotes.com, via ahokage)

  5. booksandcatslover:


    Cat vs Hammock - Video

    what are cats, really.

    (via basketbizzle)

  6. smilinsphere:

part of an art project last semester


    part of an art project last semester

    (via kakugan)

  7. equine-ess:


even this very young specimen of cat has already mastered the “I totally meant to do that” save.




    even this very young specimen of cat has already mastered the “I totally meant to do that” save.


    (Source: catleecious, via sinbad-no-ousama)

  8. gaulllimaufry:

gh hh h h 


    gh hh h h 

    (via t--sundere)

  9. the-hatred-machine:






    This is why you should have a cat y’all. Egyptians believed that cats repelled evil spirits.

    Cats are evil spirits. They’re just the strongest so all others must bow to their greatness.

    Actually according to legend, cats are guardians of the Underworld. So once you are dead if you try to sneak back into the land of the living they send you back where you came from. They protect the living from the dead.

    If you ever wonder why a cat stares off into the wild blue yonder and then bolts off for “no reason…”

    That cat even looks like it’s accusing him of something like wait a Fucking minute here are you dead did you really think you could slip that shit passed me

    I don’t know where you get your sources but cats were not fucking “guardians of the underworld”; this movie is based on EGYPT, cats were common domestic pets by the time Egypt unified, and they were representations of the goddess Bastet, ex goddess of warfare (formerly asociated with a lioness ), post-unification protector goddess. Cats were guardians of houses because they embodied the representation of Bastet, the “EYE of Ra”, the one that tells ra whatever happens. If a cat saw an evil spirit, it would tell Ra, and Ra would smite down the fucker in an instant. Bastet was also feared by evil spirits because she was the only one to be able to harm the evil snake A*ep and save Ra’s ass, so you bet someone that escaped Anubis’ judgement and Osiris’ preservation would do well to fear Bastet out of fear of being caught by said gods.
    They were seen as this as well because they disposed of rats and snakes (perhaps an egyptian once saw a cat killing a snake and went "OH BAST JUST KILLED A*EP" and that’s how the mythos started), so they were useful animals to keep as pets, revered, adored, mourned when they died, and if you killed one you received death penalty.

    The only animal seen as a “guardian of the underworld” were jackals, because they embodied Anubis and were seen near tombs, but that’s because they entered said tombs to try and eat the corpses and the egyptians based their entire Anubis lore on them.

    So yeah, if you were an evil emperor that escaped the process of the gods you once worshipped, unleashed curses around the world disrespecting your own pantheon, and you came across an avatar of the goddess of Warfare that could also call upon Ra to pulverize you with sunlight, and have your soul sundered by Osiris and weighted by Anubis to go to your rightful place as someone who perished AGES ago, you would shit on your pants as well.


    (Source: rouxx, via fierceastheireyebrows)

  10. littlelimpstiff14u2:

    These stunning photographs, which look like a glorious late evening sky with dashes of pink and purple, are actually pictures of Japan’s largest wisteria (or wistaria, depending on whom you ask) plant.

    This plant, located in Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan, is certainly not the largest in the world, but it still comes in at an impressive 1,990 square meters (or half an acre) and dates back to around 1870 (the largest, at about 4,000 square meters, is the wisteria vine in Sierra Madre, California). Although wisterias can look like trees, they’re actually vines. Because its vines have the potential to get very heavy, this plant’s entire structure is held up on steel supports, allowing visitors to walk below its canopy and bask in the pink and purple light cast by its beautiful hanging blossoms.

    Image credits: Takao Tsushima

    (via fierceastheireyebrows)

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