11.29.13 @ 00:44♥7
and you can choose what kind of tree you want to become
just imagine cemeteries looking like this
life after death
THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT I WANTthis is how all cemeteries should look. its awkward to hug a gravestone. imagine hugging your grandma/tree. ugh rebuild all cemeteries
In lieu of a viking ceremony, this will do.
…And then you can cut me down and turn me into a cabinet and go to narnia through me.
11.29.13 @ 00:23♥721
Paula Romo as the Woman in Black, El Topo, Alejandro Jodorowsky, 1971
I put together some tunes to get you in the holiday spirit. Enjoy, lovers.
Final Fantasy / Your Ex-Lover is Dead (Stars cover)
Brooke posted the original of this song a couple days ago along with a very solid stream of piano covers, and I haven’t gotten this out of my head. Set Yourself on Fire is probably one of the first albums that got me into whatever music realm I’m currently inhabiting, but I honestly couldn’t tell you what the original opener sounds like. This is it for me.
One of my favorite lines of all time:
I’m not sorry I met you, I’m not sorry it’s over, I’m not sorry, there’s nothing to say.
There are very few Stars covers/remixes I do not like, This is one of my favorites.
Donato Creti, Astronomical Observations, 1711, oil on canvas, Vatican Museum, Rome.
Creti was comissioned by Bolognese count Luigi Marsili to create a series of all the planets and the moon, which was ultimately presented to Pope Clement XI in an effort to demonstrate the importance of astronomical observations. Apparently it worked, because with the Pope’s support, the first public astronomical observatory opened in Bologna a short time later. Pictured above are Creti’s representations of the Moon, a comet, and Venus, but the entire series included the whole solar system as it was known in the 18th century: the Sun, the Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and a Comet. Uranus is missing because it was only discovered in 1781.