why not?

why not?

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drunkonfairyblood:

notmydate:

Martin Freeman | Who Do You Think You Are?

#eternal crying

Reblogging because of this from a recent interview Martin gave:

His parents divorced when he was 1 and he lived mostly with his father, a naval officer, until his sudden death from a heart attack when Freeman was 10. “At the time, I probably tried to brush my dad’s death under the carpet. I didn’t want people to feel sorry for me. I was small, I was pretty sickly and asthmatic; people already went ‘little Martin’. But when I was 17 or 18, I realized that losing a parent is a big deal. It was devastating in a way that I was unable to acknowledge at the time.” His eyes tear up. “Sometimes I wonder if I heard his voice now, would it be the same as it is my memory?

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Q
Hi Tor. My dad says the HS2 railway will mean that speedys gets knocked down. Is he lying to me? I think he's only saying it to get a reaction! If it's true is there a petition to stop it? Thanks Tor. I love you!
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cumberbuddy:

No he isn’t just saying it to get a reaction, it’s not starting until 2019 though as they have to buy all the properties that are in the way for the high speed line… So.. just in time for like, what? Season 5… 

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But yeah Speedy’s will be gone in a few years to make way for a new High Speed line. There has been a HS2 petition for ages but i doubt it’ll make much diff as it’s pretty much going ahead unless they go between Euston and St Panny but ain’t gunna happen, said Simon - network rail people. Another friend’s office is going down just up the road :( So Make the most of Speedy’s and North Gower!  More info on this here.  I can’t work out if the Speedy’s building will be gone itself, but there will be extensive changes around that area. 


ancientart:

Frog Effigy Pendant from northwestern Colombia. Dates from AD 900.

Courtesy & currently located at the Walters Art Museum, via their online collections. Accession number: 2009.20.78.


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Rachel Howard

Rachel Howard is known for her deeply expressive paintings of figures that seem to be made of shadows. Howard’s signature style is achieved by applying paint to canvas and allowing it to run downward, using a brush to form haunting images, both representational and abstract, amid the resulting striations and haze. Her preferred material is house paint; as it separates, it creates a layer of varnish that lends her works its seductive high gloss.

Above Works from "Northern Echo"

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Benedict for Time Magazine.

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fotosdebuenosaires:

Calle Florida #peatonalflorida #downtown #daylife #buenosaires #argentina #instagramers #picoftheday #fotosdebuenosaires (en Florida y Lavalle)

fotosdebuenosaires:

Calle Florida #peatonalflorida #downtown #daylife #buenosaires #argentina #instagramers #picoftheday #fotosdebuenosaires (en Florida y Lavalle)


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Beautiful illustrations by japanese illustrator Tae


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battle born

battle born

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Tōrō nagashi (灯籠流し Tōrō = lantern / nagashi = cruise, flow) is a Japanese ceremony in which participants float paper lanterns down a river. This is primarily done on the last evening of the Bon Festival, festival based on the belief that this guides the spirits of the departed back to the other world. The white lanterns are for those who have died in the past year. Traditional Japanese beliefs state that humans come from water, so the lanterns represent their bodies returning to water.

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