Rocktheworld

Ever thine ever mine ever ours.

At the edge of breaking down.

At the edge of breaking down.

— 4 days ago
"You know what I don’t get? Why I can’t be happy. I don’t see what I’ve done wrong. As soon as I think one bad thing/bump in the road/sadness is over, on comes the next. I’m living my life in high hopes and big let downs. I’m living my life as if I am the bump in the road."

"You know what I don’t get? Why I can’t be happy. I don’t see what I’ve done wrong. As soon as I think one bad thing/bump in the road/sadness is over, on comes the next. I’m living my life in high hopes and big let downs. I’m living my life as if I am the bump in the road."

— 2 weeks ago

theweedteacher:

nemotes:

Liu Bolin - The Invisible Artist’s newer (and some older) works. official gallery and from and from

Yeah so basically this is the coolest fucking thing you’ll see all day today

(via ghinme)

— 3 weeks ago with 337654 notes
Graphic tutorial by odairose

itsphotoshop:

I got a message from an anon asking me if I can do a tutorial on this graphic, so here’s a tutorial of how I made the graphic! Note that I think there’s lots of different ways to achieve the same effect and this is just my way of doing it :)

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— 3 weeks ago with 456 notes

instagram:

Discovering Life Through Our Hands with Tehran’s @mo3eni

To view more photos and videos from Mohsen, follow @mo3eni on Instagram

"We always do our job with our hands, but we never focus on them," says Mohsen Oliaei (@mo3eni), an architecture student from Tehran who fills his Instagram account with photos from his daily life in a special and beautiful way. Mohsen uses hands in his photos to show our delicate interplay with the world around us: “We think that they’re just hands, but they aren’t. They put our feelings, thoughts and everything that happens in our minds into the things that we touch. They’re absolutely a bridge between our feelings and the outside world.”

Moshen says he relies on gut feeling when composing his photos. When shooting a small flower in his palm, for example, he “felt some love within it and thought that it needed a little light and a little help.” He further explains: “I felt a mixture of white light and my hand would remind some of serenity and peace. I think the center of composition is feeling—when you feel good about something, that’s the right composition.”

— 3 weeks ago with 2007 notes

the-gunlady:

So the lovely and magnificent Jenn pointed out recently that this has not happened yet. And the way our shipper hearts have been battered this season, I think we deserve at least 7 days of self-indulgence and commiseration. 

Therefore, we present to you, SKYEWARD WEEK! Below are the themes for each day, coupled with an optional prompt. Feel free to interpret as freely and abstractly as you wish.

Any sort of post you can come up with (gifs, art, videos, fanfic, insightful or funny text posts etc…) is lovely, so long as it’s your own original work and ideas. 
NSFW is not only acceptable, it is highly encouraged. For science.

**Please tag all posts with #skyewardweek in the first five tags, and message me or Jenn if you have questions.**

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July 13-19

  • Day 1: Colors Abound
    (Prompt: Red)
  • Day 2: A Song for Skye and Ward
    (Prompt: Anger)
  • Day 3: Favorite Scene/Quote
    (Prompt: Touch)
  • Day 4: Foreshadowing and/or Parallels
    (Prompt: “I never saw you coming’)
  • Day 5: An AU of Your Choice
  • Day 6: Favorite Meta/Headcanons or Wishlist
    (Prompt: Children)
  • Day 7: Free Day 
               OR
     Chloe and Brett Appreciation

(via agentskyward)

— 3 weeks ago with 226 notes
「Without Pain, How Could We Know Joy?」 This is an old argument in the field of Thinking About Suffering, and its stupidity and lack of sophistication could be plumbed for centuries, but suffice it to say that the existence of broccoli does not in any way affect the taste of chocolate, or a bun.

「Without Pain, How Could We Know Joy?」 This is an old argument in the field of Thinking About Suffering, and its stupidity and lack of sophistication could be plumbed for centuries, but suffice it to say that the existence of broccoli does not in any way affect the taste of chocolate, or a bun.

— 3 weeks ago
"Set aside your heart for a minute
and breathe in the heaven below your feet,
the heights in which you scaled 
absent of the walls holding you in.

Breathe again,
breathe again in abstracts 
breathe again in puzzles
and make kites out from patterned clouds.

Tempest peak, an unsullied sky,
a peregrine soul

and everything ripe for the taking, 
adrift in possibilities
beyond what pristine eyes can see. "



"Set aside your heart for a minute
and breathe in the heaven below your feet,
the heights in which you scaled 
absent of the walls holding you in.

Breathe again,
breathe again in abstracts 
breathe again in puzzles
and make kites out from patterned clouds.

Tempest peak, an unsullied sky,
a peregrine soul

and everything ripe for the taking, 
adrift in possibilities
beyond what pristine eyes can see. "



— 1 month ago
You were a fire 
and fires burn out. 
You were the sun 
and the sun sets.

You were a fire 
and fires burn out. 
You were the sun 
and the sun sets.

— 1 month ago
pickup line: hey girl do you want to make a fragile human connection in the vast and unfeeling infinity of a chaotic universe

pickup line: hey girl do you want to make a fragile human connection in the vast and unfeeling infinity of a chaotic universe

— 1 month ago with 1 note
I’m not that kind with great art sense, but this exhibition does provoke my love for art, again.

I’m not that kind with great art sense, but this exhibition does provoke my love for art, again.

— 1 month ago with 1 note
No I’m not ok. After all these.

No I’m not ok. After all these.

— 1 month ago with 1 note
I’ve never expected this kinda happy :)

I’ve never expected this kinda happy :)

— 1 month ago with 1 note