Ellwells
travelingcolors:

Bahía de la Plata, Nueva Esparta | Venezuela (by Wilfredo R Rodriguez H)
What some folks call impossible, is just stuff they haven’t seen before.
What Dreams May Come (via cittadallago)

my9ridesshotgun:

“That’s when I realized I’m part of the problem. Not because I remind you. But because I couldn’t join you. So I left you alone. Don’t give up, okay?”

mariamathison:

I dont have that body but I do have an apron. :P

mariamathison:

I dont have that body but I do have an apron. :P

kurka0:

Dita <3

kurka0:

Dita <3

fleurs&#8212;sauvages:

Neptune’s Horses, Walter Crane

fleurs—sauvages:

Neptune’s Horses, Walter Crane

ohhaijacksonandmonkeys:

I wanted to get my mini review of Jackson’s new song out the way before I had a whinge (it’s been too long I feel)

Yes, Jackson has released new music (Finally!) but to see people saying 100 Monkeys are dead… NO!

DO you still listen to their music? Does their music still evoke emotive responses from you? Do you still tell people about 100 Monkeys? If you answer yes to any of these questions, then they are far from dead, they live on in their music and your memories.

To take wise words spoken by a good friend (anyone tell Ellie that I called her wise gets a slap, she doesn’t need to know that shit), when Elvis died, did people stop listening to his music? No, if anything, people buy MORE! When John Lennon was shot, did the Beatles whither and die? HELL NO! They spawn new fans with every generaton (I’m not a big fan, but that’s a different conversation), when Freddie Mercury died, did people stop raving about how amazing Queen were? 

I think you get the picture. Just because a band split, or someone passes, does not mean that the band is dead. It may be no more as a physical entity, but their music is still available to buy and listen. 

So, do me a favour, focus on the positives, not the fact that they don’t exist as a band anymore!

teamfreewolf:

SCREAMING

teamfreewolf:

SCREAMING