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desenharts:

by Free People

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girlsloveoutlaws:

Desert Dream’n 

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desenharts:

by RebeccaBorrelli

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Disneyland, c. 1950s.

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hallowedbecastiel:

6x20, The Man Who Would Be King
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artschoolglasses:

Or perhaps in Slytherin

You’ll make your real friends,

Those cunning folk use any means

To achieve their ends.

J.K. RowlingHarry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

grett:

untitled by Stuart Pillinger on Flickr.

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simplypotterheads:

Back to witches and wizards, and magical beasts!
To goblins and ghosts, and to magical feasts!
It’s all that I love, and it’s all that I need.
Hogwarts, Hogwarts! I think I’m going back—

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inaclearing:

from Abandoned, by Richard Allenby-Pratt

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pedro-martines:

stunningpicture:

Perfect timing of waves cresting.

LET ME EXPLAIN WHY THIS IS COOL:

With cameras, like eyes, the more light the better to see something. Less, the less you can see.

Now, to be able to take a photo of something moving fast, you either need to follow it at the same speed and/or have A LOT of light so that nothing ends up blurry.

This photo was taken at—I think—sunset. There is LITTLE light. Meaning HOW THE HECKA HOO WERE YOU ABLE TO TAKE A PERFECTLY DETAILED PHOTO OF A FAST MOVING FORMLESS OBJECT IN DIM LIGHT???

a very, very small aperture.

see?  http://500px.com/photo/80549455/twin-tales-by-cameron-watts?from=user

this is why you source things, guys.

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