atossecretos:

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies - Official Teaser Trailer

DRACULA UNTOLD Trailer (2014)

(Fuente: youtube.com)

indecisivevaljean:

Art History Meme: 6/9 paintings

Cafe Terrace at Night by Van Gogh1888. Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo 

"Vincent was enthusiastic about The Cafe Terrace and wrote to his sister Wil: ‘In point of fact I was interrupted these days by my toiling on a new picture representing the outside of a night cafe. On the terrace there are tiny figures of people drinking. An enormous yellow lantern sheds its light on the terrace, the house and the sidewalk, and even causes a certain brightness on the pavement of the street, which takes a pinkish violet tone. The gable-topped fronts of the houses in a street stretching away under a blue sky spangled with stars are dark blue or violet and there is a green tree. Here you have a night picture without any black in it, done with nothing but beautiful blue and violet and green, and in these surroundings the lighted square acquires a pale sulphur and greenish citron-yellow colour. It amuses me enormously to paint the night right on the spot. They used to draw and paint the picture in the daytime after the rough sketch. But I find satisfaction in painting things immediately.’" [x]

indecisivevaljean:

Art History Meme: 6/9 paintings

Cafe Terrace at Night by Van Gogh
1888. Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo 

"Vincent was enthusiastic about The Cafe Terrace and wrote to his sister Wil: ‘In point of fact I was interrupted these days by my toiling on a new picture representing the outside of a night cafe. On the terrace there are tiny figures of people drinking. An enormous yellow lantern sheds its light on the terrace, the house and the sidewalk, and even causes a certain brightness on the pavement of the street, which takes a pinkish violet tone. The gable-topped fronts of the houses in a street stretching away under a blue sky spangled with stars are dark blue or violet and there is a green tree. Here you have a night picture without any black in it, done with nothing but beautiful blue and violet and green, and in these surroundings the lighted square acquires a pale sulphur and greenish citron-yellow colour. It amuses me enormously to paint the night right on the spot. They used to draw and paint the picture in the daytime after the rough sketch. But I find satisfaction in painting things immediately.’" [x]

(Fuente: vermontparnasse)

tylerthecreateur:

Maximillian and his sister Valerie are growing up so fast. Soon they’ll be off to a wildlife centre in France ♥

<3

tylerthecreateur:

Maximillian and his sister Valerie are growing up so fast. Soon they’ll be off to a wildlife centre in France ♥

<3

exponential63:

ignite0me:

exponential63:

ignite0me:

exponential63:

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By popular demand: A Room With A View starring James Wilby in his fleeting few seconds of fame.

Could this be Maurice thinking about Alec?

ignite0me That idea is very(story-)suggestive. ;D

Perhaps Maurice has fallen into a reverie about the night of the piano-moving at Penge. And everything that followed…

exponential63 , and now it’s in my headcanon, forever!

ignite0me You should write something!

Could this scene take place (somehow, if improbably) during Maurice’s day-trip to London for his first appointment with Lasker Jones, before his fateful return to Penge? Or later?

(Obviously Maurice has a lot more days/evenings to fill during the c. 12-day period after he flees from Alec and Penge, during which time he might reasonably attend Cecil Vyse’s musical soirée…)

Alternatively, my naughtier thought is that, instead, Maurice attends a Tchaikovsky concert during the 12 days (similar to the book-canon concert where he encounters Risley, who knows ‘queer things’ about the composer and passes on Lasker Jones’s details), where he ‘feels’ Alec very strongly while surrendering to the music… (Part-inspired by book!Maurice’s line to Alec at the museum: ‘I felt you when I tried to get some sleep at the doctor’s. You came hard at me.’)