Sculpting the Throne ov Seth

nataliakoptseva:

1561 Tintoretto
The Last Judgment, Detail

nataliakoptseva:

1561 Tintoretto

The Last Judgment, Detail




badanka:

Me and my boyfriends new pins! 


abystle:

Pełzająca śmierć, or Creeping Death (detail), Zdzisław Beksiński, 1976.

abystle:

Pełzająca śmierć, or Creeping Death (detail), Zdzisław Beksiński, 1976.





derphill:

it’s bread


I MET CHRIS-CHAN TODAY.

catbountry:

vysetron:

I was in Best Buy today and I saw the legendary Christian Weston Chandler in the checkout. When I asked if it was really him he just said “no comment” and avoided eye contact, but that’s not all.

He then opened his wallet and slid me, and I am not making this up, a BUSINESS CARD with a picture of his Mii on it and every imaginable social network contact, email, etc, as well as a 3DS friend code handwritten on the back. He quietly said “if you have a 3DS you can email me your friend code” and went back to what he was doing as if nothing had happened.

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I CAN’T DEAL WITH THIS SHIT.

You’ve been touched by an angel.


xxxanimeweedlord420xxx:

and a few am radio stations

xxxanimeweedlord420xxx:

and a few am radio stations



pennyfornasa:

New Horizons Flies By Neptune Exactly 25 Years After Voyager 2 In what NASA is calling a “cosmic coincidence” the New Horizons probe makes its flyby of Neptune on the 25th anniversary of Voyager 2’s Neptune encounter. On August 25, 1989, Voyager 2 made its closest flyby of Neptune, making it the first spacecraft to study the planet. During Voyager 2’s flyby, it discovered a massive anticyclonic storm system called the Great Dark Spot, similar to Jupiter’s Great Red Spot. Today, NASA’s New Horizons probe is embarking on an equally exciting journey to another world never before visited by a spacecraft. When the spacecraft arrives on July 14, 2015, it will provide the first detailed images of Pluto. The dwarf planet is so distant from us that even images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope appear blurry. Read more about the New Horizons mission and Voyager 2’s flyby of Neptune here: http://www.nasa.gov/press/2014/august/nasa-s-new-horizons-spacecraft-crosses-neptune-orbit-en-route-to-historic-pluto/index.htm

pennyfornasa:

New Horizons Flies By Neptune Exactly 25 Years After Voyager 2

In what NASA is calling a “cosmic coincidence” the New Horizons probe makes its flyby of Neptune on the 25th anniversary of Voyager 2’s Neptune encounter. On August 25, 1989, Voyager 2 made its closest flyby of Neptune, making it the first spacecraft to study the planet. During Voyager 2’s flyby, it discovered a massive anticyclonic storm system called the Great Dark Spot, similar to Jupiter’s Great Red Spot.

Today, NASA’s New Horizons probe is embarking on an equally exciting journey to another world never before visited by a spacecraft. When the spacecraft arrives on July 14, 2015, it will provide the first detailed images of Pluto. The dwarf planet is so distant from us that even images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope appear blurry.

Read more about the New Horizons mission and Voyager 2’s flyby of Neptune here: http://www.nasa.gov/press/2014/august/nasa-s-new-horizons-spacecraft-crosses-neptune-orbit-en-route-to-historic-pluto/index.htm