I'm Douglas. This is mostly
-Hannibal
-Mads Mikkelsen
-ARCHITECTURE
-Movies
-nature
-anything else i think is beautiful or interesting
That's a lot of "morbid" things sometimes so
EXPLORE.
WARNING: I DO post and reblog gore,blood,violence,murder, corpses and possibly triggering stuff sometimes. If you cannot view such things,i advise you to not follow me.
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theliongoesroar:

bombing:

attention passengers this is your pilot speaking, we’re going to be experiencing some heavy turbulence shortly so please strap in. this loser just bet that i couldn’t do a 360 barrel roll in this thing and let’s just say i’m about to be $20 richer real soon

 (via ofjimkirk)

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I often think of life as a sentence - A collection of letters and words and spaces. Our death is a punctuation to that sentence. If you change a period to an exclamation mark, it has a way of changing everything that happened before it. By Bryan Fuller - Hannibal Season 2 Commentary (Mizumono)

every-flavored-bean:

Ok but imagine every other Hogwarts student finding out each year why the Defense against the dark arts teacher has left.

"Harry Potter kiLLED HIM WITH HIS BARE HANDS?"

"Harry Potter erASED HIS ENTIRE MEMORY?"

"Harry Potter let hiM TURN INTO A WEREWOLF?"

"Harry Potter disCOVERED HIM IN CHEST??"

"Harry Potter let heR GET CAPTURED BY CENTAURS?"

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sixpenceee:


As said by this IFL science article

Bartholomäus Traubeck created equipment that would translate tree rings into music by playing them on a turntable. Rather than use a needle like a record, sensors gather information about the wood’s color and texture and use an algorithm that translates variations into piano notes. The breadth of variation between individual trees results in a individualized tune.

SOURCE & LISTEN TO THE SONG

sixpenceee:

As said by this IFL science article

Bartholomäus Traubeck created equipment that would translate tree rings into music by playing them on a turntable. Rather than use a needle like a record, sensors gather information about the wood’s color and texture and use an algorithm that translates variations into piano notes. The breadth of variation between individual trees results in a individualized tune.

SOURCE & LISTEN TO THE SONG