ferreadomina:

I have never seen anything more touching and inspiring than those photos. never ever. I hardly can put my emotions into words~

P.S. searching for the genius author of those pictures~

P.P.S. so, the author is found (thanks to ) and it’s Seb Janiak

To those who don’t understand the difference between DC and Marvel,

lemonsharks:

braidfist:

DC:

image

Marvel:

image

WITHIN THE SAME WEEK.

on your left

qveenmalia:

Daenerys Targaryen vs. Emilia Clarke

the-wolf-and-moon:

NGC 1748
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jasric:

on deviantART here too[x] a commission for i-ship-a-lot-of-ships , this was loads of fun and I was super happy to do this, thank you for letting me post! I love bucky ^_^

jasric:

on deviantART here too[x] a commission for i-ship-a-lot-of-ships , this was loads of fun and I was super happy to do this, thank you for letting me post! I love bucky ^_^

dzy-cloud:

ライフ

dzy-cloud:

ライフ

asphyxion:

some of the people on my dash i just assume are their icons bc i’ve never seen their pics so it’s like “oh look gandalf is up late bloggin again” 

stonefoxie:

“Normality is a paved road: It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it.”
— Vincent van Gogh

stonefoxie:

“Normality is a paved road: It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it.”

— Vincent van Gogh

alxndrasplace:

(HubbleSite) The dwarf galaxy NGC 4214 is ablaze with young stars and gas clouds. Located around 10 million light-years away in the constellation of Canes Venatici (The Hunting Dogs), the galaxy’s close proximity, combined with the wide variety of evolutionary stages among the stars, make it an ideal laboratory to research the triggers of star formation and evolution. This color image was taken using the Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 in December 2009.
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alxndrasplace:

(HubbleSite) The dwarf galaxy NGC 4214 is ablaze with young stars and gas clouds. Located around 10 million light-years away in the constellation of Canes Venatici (The Hunting Dogs), the galaxy’s close proximity, combined with the wide variety of evolutionary stages among the stars, make it an ideal laboratory to research the triggers of star formation and evolution. This color image was taken using the Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 in December 2009.