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big-chicken:

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big-chicken:

cat cat cat cat cat cat cat cat cat

hmm practicing, i haven’t forgotten about… uh (looking at u fritzhilpert)


New Order - Substance 1989 (JP Laserdisc)

New Order - Substance 1989 (JP Laserdisc)

dms-a-jem:

Karl Bartos
Souhoku Characters’ Names

scyllua:

Most of the cast in Yowamushi Pedal have names featuring at least one character that seems to be related to their personalities or their roles in the story, so here’s a list of the Souhoku club members and their names’ characters meaning. And since author Watanabe comments about some of the characters and the reasons behind their names in the official fan book, I’m also including some references that might be interesting.
I do apologize for any mistakes!

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ananthymous:

rebeccamock:

The Aftershocks
medium.com

I was asked to create a .gif of a house interior during an earthquake. The article chronicles the controversial aftermath of the devastating quake that happened in L’Aquila, Italy in 2009. I wanted to capture the movement of the “tremors” before the full-on earthquake, although this tremor is infinite, never resolving.
This image and the all the animation was made in Photoshop. thanks AD Erich Nagler!

Rebecca is amazing!

merrigo:

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merrigo:

 

kidmograph:

#NP_ C_M_ D_WN

It’s sunday and i did my own now playing gif. why not.

kidmograph:

#NP_ C_M_ D_WN

It’s sunday and i did my own now playing gif. why not.

a-state-of-bliss:

Fiasco #23 - Alexander Ferrario by Lea Colombo

a-state-of-bliss:

Fiasco #23 - Alexander Ferrario by Lea Colombo

baking-waffles:

Nuclear test 15 megatons, Nevada, 1953, various angles.

teshima-junta:

do you ever look at your url and go “hell yeah”

stevey226:

thepianoblog:

cactus-empress:

Old scores are so rude and stuck up I love it

It’s always the Beethoven scores! I have a book from the late 1800’s and the commentary at the front of each Sonata is quite passive aggressive. They make great points though.

stevey226:

thepianoblog:

cactus-empress:

Old scores are so rude and stuck up I love it

It’s always the Beethoven scores! I have a book from the late 1800’s and the commentary at the front of each Sonata is quite passive aggressive. They make great points though.