Ailiet. 20s. A chronic reblogger and definite fangirl. Specializing in Elementary, Lord of the Rings, and all things Marvel.

semi-hiatus
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#architecture
#england

betomad:

early morning // cornwall, england

dsudis:

jerriartz:

I have a headcanon that Steve collects Bucky Bears and Clint who knows how to knit makes each bear a different outfit and Steve has all the Bucky Bears on his bed so that he doesn’t even have enough space to sleep, but he won’t take any of them away.

awwwwwww then bucky comes and jealously stuffs them all in the closet HIS SPACE ON THE BED NOW BITCHES (via actualmenacebuckybarnes)

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#natalie dormer
#katie mcgrath

Natalie Dormer and Katie McGrath do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (x)

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#vintage photos
#1940s
#wwii

opacasilentianoctis:

Two German soldiers look at Kiev with the third tier belfry of Kiev-Pechersk Lavra. In the background - burning Navodnitsky unfinished bridge across the November 3, 1941.

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#photography
#Architecture

operafantomet:

Grand European opera houses: 

Magyar Állami Operaház, Budapest (1875/1884) (Miklós Ybl)
Palais Garnier, Paris (1861/1875) (Charles Garnier) 
Romanian Athenaeum, Bucureşti (1888) (Albert Galleron)

Photographed by David Leventi ( X )

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#Fanart
#marvel
#captain america

that’s where i’ll always love you-

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#europe
#architecture

dreamanddiscover:

Belvedere Palace.
Vienna, July 2014

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#chris evans
I keep seeing these videos with people in bathing suits and t-shirts, tank tops. For me personally, when I bring awareness to a charity, I prefer a more formal setting, so excuse me…
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#fanart
#marvel
#bucky barnes

stonelions:

'some days are…better than others.'

i cheated big time on this one but i’m still counting it as a palette meme request you can’t stop me. bucky, req’d by galerian-ash

bucky’s hair is really important to me for reasons i have a hard time putting into words and also i like drawing him with a bun……………..

ancient-serpent:

Mourning rings, England (1785), Victoria & Albert Museum

RF