2 Oct 14
5:25pm

flooridakiloos:

Kaya Scodelario in a interview in portuguese.

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2 Oct 14
3:46pm

Keira Knightley by Ophelia Wynne, 2004

Keira Knightley by Ophelia Wynne, 2004

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2 Oct 14
3:00pm
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2 Oct 14
12:54pm
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2 Oct 14
12:14pm
October arrived, spreading a damp chill over the grounds and into the castle. Madam Pomfrey, the nurse, was kept busy by a sudden spate of colds among the staff and students. Raindrops the size of bullets thundered on the castle windows for days on end; the lake rose, the flower beds turned into muddy streams, and Hagrid’s pumpkins swelled to the size of garden sheds.
— J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (via winter—padfoot)
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2 Oct 14
11:58am
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1 Oct 14
4:57pm

Untitled by (JAhrensy)
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1 Oct 14
4:51pm

thankgoditsover:

Oh God, I’m totally making it worse. Forgive me. Thank you for keeping this between us.

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1 Oct 14
3:20pm

fawwna:

Baby Fawn Found Today 1 + 2 by mdhphotoeskyone

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1 Oct 14
2:33pm
matt-molloy:

I set my camera up on the dock in my backyard to try and catch the Draconid meteor shower, while I had my own shower. The timelapse ran for about an hour (8:15 - 9:15) and I was pleasantly surprised to find out I didn’t catch any meteors, but instead I caught the northern lights. Even though I live in Canada, they are fairly rare to see where I live. I’m very close to the US border, just above New York State. (though there are parts of New York state that are further north than where I live, the same goes for parts of Michigan) I did another timelapse out of town, in a place with less light pollution, and I caught some more.

matt-molloy:

I set my camera up on the dock in my backyard to try and catch the Draconid meteor shower, while I had my own shower. The timelapse ran for about an hour (8:15 - 9:15) and I was pleasantly surprised to find out I didn’t catch any meteors, but instead I caught the northern lights. Even though I live in Canada, they are fairly rare to see where I live. I’m very close to the US border, just above New York State. (though there are parts of New York state that are further north than where I live, the same goes for parts of Michigan) I did another timelapse out of town, in a place with less light pollution, and I caught some more.

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