Plantilla tumblr 29-08 Little pieces of light and dreams

I was always told at school that you had to have a back-up plan, but all I ever wanted to do was act. There was no plan B for me.

27 Jul 14 @ 7:11 am  —  via + org  —  reblog
27 Jul 14 @ 7:11 am  —  via + org  —  reblog

On The Hobbit, I felt I only really got into Tauriel and the hang of playing her on the last week of production, and so you reach this point where you finally get into a groove and think you’re finally getting how you play them as second nature, and then they say “Okay, now go away and come back in a year and start again” and so you worry about how you’re going to step away, live another life, and then step back in again.

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mumfordness:

A knight in shining armor is a man who has never had his metal truly tested

Requested by consciencecoward.
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But here in this kingdom,  w e   w i l l   e n d u r e .
25 Jul 14 @ 11:47 am  —  via + org  —  reblog
#lee pace  #art  #movie  

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Chanel Haute Couture Fall 2014

Chanel Haute Couture Fall 2014

24 Jul 14 @ 6:02 pm  —  via + org  —  reblog
#fashion  
marthajefferson:

The World’s Oldest Crown 
The crown was discovered in a remote cave in the Judaean Desert near the Dead Sea in 1961 among hundreds of other objects from the period. Known as the ‘Nahal Mishar Hoard’, more than 400 objects were discovered by Pessah Bar-Adon and his fellow Israeli archaeologists in the cave which became known as the ‘Cave of the Treasure’. The ancient relic, which dates back to the Copper Age between 4000–3300 B.C., is shaped like a thick ring and features vultures and doors protruding from the top. It is believed the crown played a part in burial ceremonies for people of importance at the time. 
(source)

marthajefferson:

The World’s Oldest Crown

The crown was discovered in a remote cave in the Judaean Desert near the Dead Sea in 1961 among hundreds of other objects from the period. Known as the ‘Nahal Mishar Hoard’, more than 400 objects were discovered by Pessah Bar-Adon and his fellow Israeli archaeologists in the cave which became known as the ‘Cave of the Treasure’. The ancient relic, which dates back to the Copper Age between 4000–3300 B.C., is shaped like a thick ring and features vultures and doors protruding from the top. It is believed the crown played a part in burial ceremonies for people of importance at the time.

(source)

24 Jul 14 @ 5:51 pm  —  via + org  —  reblog
#jewelry  #art  #history  

Happy birthday, Dan! (born July 23rd, 1989)

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