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✖ Uncharted Worlds

✖ Jack Wall and Sam Hulick

ionium:

Uncharted Worlds 【Jack Wall and Sam Hulick】

The main reason why using galaxy map in Mass Effect takes much longer than it should.

fennecfenris:

skyrim doesnt belong to the nords

skyrim doesnt belong to the dunmer

skyrim doesnt belong to any race

skyrim belongs to me

i bought that game

its mine

kingcheddarxvii:

I may not be a strong man but I am stronger than every toddler and could fight at least three

jestemgejem:

S K Y R I M

slojnotak:

Peter Paul Rubens - Portrait of a young Woman with a Rosary (1609)

ancientart:

Faustina the Elder, A.D. 140 - 160. This marble sculpture is Roman, and from Asia-Minor (present-day Turkey).

Annia Galeria Faustina, known as Faustina the Elder, was the wife of Antoninus Pius, who ruled the Roman empire from A.D. 137 to 161. She probably married Antoninus Pius about A.D. 110 and they had four children. The marriage appears to have been quite loving compared to others in the Imperial family. Although she died twenty years before him, Antoninus Pius did not remarry. On her death in A.D. 141, Antoninus Pius declared Faustina divine and built a temple in her honor in the Roman Forum.

Portraits of Faustina can be identified by her distinctive hairstyle and facial features. This slightly over life-size statue combines a conventional portrait head for the empress with a standardized body type, referred to as a “Large Herculaneum Woman” by scholars. The size of this statue indicates that it occupied a public space, perhaps a city square or a temple dedicated to the divine Faustina. Although they are now missing, Faustina may have held attributes of poppies and ears of wheat in her lowered left hand. That being the case, this statue would have portrayed the empress in the guise of Ceres, the goddess of fertility. (getty)

Courtesy of & currently located at the Getty Villa, Malibu, via their online collections, 70.AA.113. Photos taken by Harvey Barrison.

lohrien:

Illustrations by Loui Jover

togamisrichass:

also psa

  • its perfectly normal and expected for people to act differently around other people
  • you play a different role in everyones life and you act accordingly to that role
  • its not being two faced 
  • it’s “would you act the way you act around your friends at a job interview?”
  • no you would not

l-e-v-i-ackerman:

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kendylaurora:

Tajikistan

I got my band and light that won’t go out

the-name-is-marti:

typette:

suspendedmelancholy:

likeliterallydead:

maikimhuyeen:

omg, press play. wait for the beat to drop. 

this is just lovely

This was a pleasant surprise.

the sweetest and saddest ambient beat remix of anything ever

woah sweet UwU

bobcronkphotography:

"The Bean" - Cloud Gate sculpture at Millennium Park in Chicago.