“The gods have gone.  I t ’ s  j u s t   u s .”

“The gods have gone.  I t ’ s  j u s t   u s .”

“The gods have gone.  I t ’ s  j u s t   u s .”

“The gods have gone.  I t ’ s  j u s t   u s .”

“The gods have gone.  I t ’ s  j u s t   u s .”

“The gods have gone.  I t ’ s  j u s t   u s .”

“The gods have gone.  I t ’ s  j u s t   u s .”

“The gods have gone.  I t ’ s  j u s t   u s .”
The gods have gone.  I t ’ s  j u s t   u s .”

(via avaleandro)

avaleandro:

Pompeii (2014) Deleted Kissing Scene: Part II
avaleandro:

Pompeii (2014) Deleted Kissing Scene: Part II
avaleandro:

Pompeii (2014) Deleted Kissing Scene: Part II
avaleandro:

Pompeii (2014) Deleted Kissing Scene: Part II
avaleandro:

Pompeii (2014) Deleted Kissing Scene: Part II
avaleandro:

Pompeii (2014) Deleted Kissing Scene: Part II

avaleandro:

Pompeii (2014) Deleted Kissing Scene: Part II

visitheworld:

Spiral stairs inside the abandoned Łapalice Castle / Poland (by krzych_m).

“Lonely people have enthusiasms which cannot always be explained. When something strikes them as funny, the intensity and length of their laughter mirrors the depth of their loneliness, and they are capable of laughing like hyenas. When something touches their emotions, it runs through them like Paul Revere, awakening feelings that gather into great armies.”
—  Winter’s Tale, by Mark Helprin, p562 (via anotherneworld)

You know Peter, nothing happens that wasn’t supposed to.

You know Peter, nothing happens that wasn’t supposed to.

You know Peter, nothing happens that wasn’t supposed to.

You know Peter, nothing happens that wasn’t supposed to.

You know Peter, nothing happens that wasn’t supposed to.

You know Peter, nothing happens that wasn’t supposed to.

You know Peter, nothing happens that wasn’t supposed to.

You know Peter, nothing happens that wasn’t supposed to.

You know Peter, nothing happens that wasn’t supposed to.

You know Peter, nothing happens that wasn’t supposed to.

(via genandhisqueen)

aseaofquotes:

Mark Helprin, Winter’s Tale

aseaofquotes:

Mark Helprin, Winter’s Tale