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charminglyantiquated:

a little love story about mermaids and tattoos

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The Book of Fables

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food52:

A perfect balance between sweet and saltine.

Read more: Bill Smith’s Atlantic Beach Pie on Food52

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anumbrellafortwo:

Because we all know he would have done the same.
If you haven’t seen it yet; play the Pixel Poro game here!
I lost my first game and this is what came to my mind… :,3 Braum isn’t the only champion with a big heart.
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Omg this comic slays my heart <3

anumbrellafortwo:

Because we all know he would have done the same.

If you haven’t seen it yet; play the Pixel Poro game here!

I lost my first game and this is what came to my mind… :,3 Braum isn’t the only champion with a big heart.

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Omg this comic slays my heart <3

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leagueoflegends:

A New Dawn

Leona is finally in a cinematic!!! 

The dawn has arrived, and she is here to stun yo ass.

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The WWI episode is still my favourite.

Not quite for these reasons, but still quirky :3

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fishingboatproceeds:

So how do communities with limited electricity and running water in Ethiopia reduce infant mortality and dramatically improve newborn and maternal health? 
With a system designed by Ethiopians for Ethiopia, and a lot of amazingly dedicated health extension workers and volunteers. (The tier system is explained in the first picture.) I’m obviously no expert, but from what I could tell the nonprofit funding worked precisely because it was helping people execute their vision, rather than trying to impose a strategy upon them.
Today, I visited a health center and then a health outpost, a small structure with no electricity serving a community of around 5,000. The Outpost (picture two) was staffed by two women who can do everything from treat malaria to deliver babies. They have a detailed and systematic approach (those files in picture three contain information about every family in their area), but they rely on the volunteer Women’s Health Care Army to provide education, prenatal care, and family planning assistance, among many other things, to every family in the area.
It was fascinating to start my journey at a facility that can do Caesarean sections and then follow the health care system into individual residences, where a woman can talk directly to someone she trusts about prenatal vitamins, contraception, and breastfeeding. 

The health challenges here in Ethiopia are massive, obviously, but these volunteers are a big part of the reason that Ethiopia’s infant and maternal mortality rates are dropping so dramatically.
You’ll meet several of them in a forthcoming video, but I just wanted to share the amazingness of today’s experience.

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outofcontextdnd:

"Do you want a cupcake? I made it with love. And teeth."

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doctaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa:

TALK SHIT GET HIT 

I need this for reasons today…

Printed. Pinned up. So I can point to it. Just be like “no”.

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scifi-fantasy-horror:

by VITALIY SMYK
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juliajm15:

thesilvereye:

View the fullsize tutorial on DA | The most handy hair structure tutorials are this video by Proko and thisblog post.These are useful for thinking about the direction hair locks flow with different styles: 1 2 3 4 5 | Painting Realistic Hair | Shading with gradients: 1 2 | Tutorials by me including: Gimp Brush Dynamics, Coloring Eyes and Coloring Method.

All example characters are fromThe Silver Eye webcomic!

Bless you for this *—-*

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delta-breezes:

Individual Frozen Key Lime Pie | Seasons and Suppers on We Heart It.
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teadrunktailor:

bantarleton:

This is Sefton, a warhorse of the British Household Cavalry. On July 20th 1982 an IRA bomb in Hyde Park caused 34 seperate injuries to Sefton, including a wounded left eye and a severed jugular vein. 
Sefton survived. He spent months in hospital, during which he recieved thousands of cards and mints, and one million pounds in donations, which were used to build The Sefton Wing at the Royal Veterinary College. 
Sefton returned to his duties with his regiment, and he often passed the exact spot where he had received such horrific injuries. That year he was awarded Horse of the Year, and with Pederson back in the saddle took centre stage at the Horse of the Year Show, to a standing ovation.
On 29 August 1984 Sefton retired from the Household Cavalry, and moved to the Home of Rest For Horses at Speen, Buckinghamshire where he lived to the age of 30 before having to be put down on 9 July 1993 due to incurable lameness as a complication of the injuries suffered during the bombing.

Man, right in the feels.Modern jousting is a far cry from the sort of thing the Household Cavalry face but Sefton’s story puts me in mind of some of the particularly good horses I’ve seen. In the sport, most of us are hyper-aware of how integral the horse is to a successful tournament - the best horse knows his/her job. YOUR job, as a rider, is to stay out of the way and let the horse do its thing. The selflessness and enthusiasm of these horses for their work is one of the most inspirational things about the sport. I loved the bit about Sefton walking past the place of his injury without batting an eye. Sounds like the sort of horse I would trust more than most humans!

teadrunktailor:

bantarleton:

This is Sefton, a warhorse of the British Household Cavalry. On July 20th 1982 an IRA bomb in Hyde Park caused 34 seperate injuries to Sefton, including a wounded left eye and a severed jugular vein. 

Sefton survived. He spent months in hospital, during which he recieved thousands of cards and mints, and one million pounds in donations, which were used to build The Sefton Wing at the Royal Veterinary College. 

Sefton returned to his duties with his regiment, and he often passed the exact spot where he had received such horrific injuries. That year he was awarded Horse of the Year, and with Pederson back in the saddle took centre stage at the Horse of the Year Show, to a standing ovation.

On 29 August 1984 Sefton retired from the Household Cavalry, and moved to the Home of Rest For Horses at SpeenBuckinghamshire where he lived to the age of 30 before having to be put down on 9 July 1993 due to incurable lameness as a complication of the injuries suffered during the bombing.

Man, right in the feels.

Modern jousting is a far cry from the sort of thing the Household Cavalry face but Sefton’s story puts me in mind of some of the particularly good horses I’ve seen. In the sport, most of us are hyper-aware of how integral the horse is to a successful tournament - the best horse knows his/her job. YOUR job, as a rider, is to stay out of the way and let the horse do its thing. The selflessness and enthusiasm of these horses for their work is one of the most inspirational things about the sport.

I loved the bit about Sefton walking past the place of his injury without batting an eye. Sounds like the sort of horse I would trust more than most humans!

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[apparently Gimli was the equivalent of 14 during The Hobbit timeline

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shaefierce:

Counting down Scotland to six weeks now. Hope my photographs are anything close to this beautiful. Finally shipped my friend in Montana back her pro camera and after much deliberation over the Iceland outtakes, I have decided to jump into the deep end and buy my own pro pack for travel photography. Thinking a Mark III. I can’t just up and skip off to Scotland without one, now can I? No. The home in the first image is basically my dream home. I might not come back to the States. I might leave my life for that of a Scottish rancher instead.

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