© everlark

No reward is worth this.

(Source: breakanyballerinasheart)


  leia organa    star wars  

philsandifer:

viro-blizzard:

The Web Planet, season 2, 1965

I don’t understand why this TARDIS crew is not considered the iconic one of the Hartnell era. I really don’t.


  doctor who  
  • genie: u got 3 wishes
  • me: accurate bisexual representation in the media
  • me: widespread acceptance that bisexuality is a real thing that exists and that people identify as and are
  • me: dragons

"You do anything fun Saturday night?"

(Source: clarkeggriffin)


  *swoons*    black widow    marvel  

fuckindiva:

Café Le Procope is the oldest restaurant of Paris, founded in 1686. Among its famous clientele over the centuries were Rousseau, VoltaireBalzac, Victor Hugo, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and many more. During the turbulent years of the French Revolution, the café provided the backdrop for meetings between such notables as Robespierre, DantonMarat and the Cordeliers. Legend has it that Napoleon Bonaparte, then a young officer, once left his hat as collateral when he could not settle his bar tab.


thesecondvow:

Diana Wynne Jones / The Lives of Christopher Chant

thesecondvow:

Diana Wynne Jones / The Lives of Christopher Chant


"Every time we end up in the same room I can see the disappointment in her eyes, and hear it in her voice. ‘Emperor? Oh, that empire. So now you’re a god? Oh dear, not shadow? Isn’t it broken? Why did you have to pick a broken realm to rule? When your father was your age…’"

Shadowthrone talking about his mother (The Crippled God, Steven Erikson)

whovianfeminism:

egriz:

Regeneration outtake.

(Disclaimer: I love Capaldi)

THIS IS MY FAVORITE THING.


  doctor who    twelfth doctor  

this is war


guardian:

A specially commissioned map of London charts the city’s buried rivers, tube lines, bunkers, sewers, government tunnels, and other subterranean secrets. 
The map, created by Stephen Walter, is part of an exhibition documenting 500 years of maps of London.

guardian:

A specially commissioned map of London charts the city’s buried rivers, tube lines, bunkers, sewers, government tunnels, and other subterranean secrets

The map, created by Stephen Walter, is part of an exhibition documenting 500 years of maps of London.


sassimoff:

Polaris by Pop Mhan