And in the heart joy was lord.

jaclcfrost:

"are you talking to yourself"

no i’m breaking the fourth wall

Patamon is my all time favourite :3

Patamon is my all time favourite :3

On second thought, let’s not go to Troy. It is a silly place.
Agamemnon, in our wildest dreams (via incorrectclassics)

beggars-opera:

If you are ever feeling sad or inadequate, just remember:

There is almost a 100% chance that at some point in time, your favorite historical figure fell up the stairs.

anon me 5 things you would put on a pentagram to summon me
Yesterday I participated in the production of the German/Austrian production “Fritz Lang - der andere in uns” playing an undercover policeman of the late 1920s. The costume I’m wearing is all mine - the only part the production team added was the peaked cap.
This is a little tribute to my dream husband J.C. Leyendecker. 

Yesterday I participated in the production of the German/Austrian production “Fritz Lang - der andere in uns” playing an undercover policeman of the late 1920s. The costume I’m wearing is all mine - the only part the production team added was the peaked cap.

This is a little tribute to my dream husband J.C. Leyendecker. 

booksnbuildings:

Pages with text and drawings of floor plans and domes, from Francesco di Giorgio’s Trattato di architettura civile e militare (late 16th century)

booksnbuildings:

Pages with text and drawings of floor plans and domes, from Francesco di Giorgio’s Trattato di architettura civile e militare (late 16th century)

tiredtangerine:

M (1931)

tiredtangerine:

M (1931)

shihlun:

Fritz Lang, M, 1931.

shihlun:

Fritz Lang, M, 1931.

fasterpussycatgifgif:

(1931). Dir. Fritz Lang.

funeral-wreaths:

St. Cross Hospital, Hampshire (own photographs)

funeral-wreaths:

St. Cross Hospital, Hampshire (own photographs)

feuille-d-automne:

Gustave Eiffel and four other people at the summit of the Eiffel Tower,  Paris c1889.
Via Library of Congress

feuille-d-automne:

Gustave Eiffel and four other people at the summit of the Eiffel Tower,  Paris c1889.

Via Library of Congress