THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE
deerjerk:

Wolves for Schafmayer & Company in NYC. 2014

deerjerk:

Wolves for Schafmayer & Company in NYC. 2014

rinpin:

Toony Mulder and Scully.

rinpin:

Toony Mulder and Scully.

alexandraraine:

Moraine Lake, Alberta, Canada

Photos taken by me.


“I think that [Mulder and Scully’s] relationship is defined not by what’s being said, but by what’s being withheld. But it’s absolutely plain that they love each other — in their own way. It’s the best kind of love. It’s unconditional. It’s not based on a physical attraction, but on a shared passion for life and for their quest. These are romantic heroes, romantic heroes in the literary tradition.      —Chris Carter
I think that [Mulder and Scully’s] relationship is defined not by what’s being said, but by what’s being withheld. But it’s absolutely plain that they love each other — in their own way. It’s the best kind of love. It’s unconditional. It’s not based on a physical attraction, but on a shared passion for life and for their quest. These are romantic heroes, romantic heroes in the literary tradition.
      —Chris Carter

The Princess and her Guardians [x]

nemfrog:

Our Earth is peppered with some 20,000 tons of stardust a year. Scanned from Wonderland of Science. 1930s.

nemfrog:

Our Earth is peppered with some 20,000 tons of stardust a year. Scanned from Wonderland of Science. 1930s.

fuck-yeah-bears:

bears14 by aquietstrength
If I do nothing, if I study nothing, if I cease searching, then, woe is me, I am lost. That is how I look at it — keep going, keep going come what may.
Vincent van Gogh  (via letsmeetinourdreams)

[Painting of Death as a spectral nanny taking a child and infant away from their bereaved family.  A detail shows the family’s house number is 1918.]

I never realized this until seeing the detail, but this painting is most likely about the flu pandemic.

schneckie:

Papilio paradoxa (swallowtail butterflies) by William Chapman Hewitson. Based on the specimens of Alfred Russel Wallace.

schneckie:

Papilio paradoxa (swallowtail butterflies) by William Chapman Hewitson. Based on the specimens of Alfred Russel Wallace.

The truth is out there 👽

lioneater:

Linocut collage with digital color, buy a print here

lioneater:

Linocut collage with digital color, buy a print here

Perhaps magic was once a mighty force in the world, but no longer. What little remains is no more than the wisp of smoke that lingers in the air after a great fire has burned out, and even that is fading. Valyria was the last ember, and Valyria is gone.”