"Everything perfect in its kind has to transcend its own kind, it must become something different and incomparable. In some notes the nightingale is still a bird; then it rises above its class and seems to suggest to every winged creature what singing is truly like."

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dawnawakened:

Paul Bennett, Rain (2011)

Paul’s work is internationally praised for being awesome! This UK based artist makes these open ended, beautiful abstract paintings. They can literally be anything you want them to be (interpretation). I just chose the blue paintings because it’s my favorite color, albeit not the most powerful piece of his work…ok I lied, but it’s just ridiculous how he just does this with his brush while I still struggle to paint my work. Be sure to check out more of his work at his site.

posted 21 hours ago with 5,965 notes via wildlinging

one of the best scenes in the entire series/movies. His face. He is absolutely shocked and horrified that she would believe and say such a thing. You could hear his heart break.

posted 1 day ago with 1,346 notes via mulders

A gem with a killer stare.

A gem with a killer stare.

posted 3 days ago with 854 notes via jenniferlawrencedaily

englishsnow:

 Javier Canale

posted 3 days ago with 3,067 notes via wolverines
♔ A Song of Ice and Fire ♔

In Westeros, bastards (also ‘natural child’ or ‘baseborn’) born to nobles are given surnames different than their father’s, according to the region they were born in. These surnames are mostly associated with the geographic or climatic features of the respective regions: in the Reach - the bastards’ surname is Flowers; in the Vale - Stone; in the North - Snow; in the Westerlands - Hill; in the Stormlands - Storm; in the Crownlands - Waters; in Dorne - Sand; in the Riverlands - Rivers.

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