Flawlessly Imperfect

allthingseurope:

Hagia Sophia, Istanbul (by David Hurley)

allthingseurope:

Hagia Sophia, Istanbul (by David Hurley)


nemurerubijo:

help


tsuyuxxx:

ゾルディック家

posted 3 hours ago via crofesima · originally tsuyuxxx
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allthingseurope:

Milan, Italy (by Mohammad Rasty)

allthingseurope:

Milan, Italy (by Mohammad Rasty)


eustaciavye77:

Sanjai, a 20-years old bull (male elephant), sees himself for the first time in front of a mirror. [x]

elephants are fucking awesome.


vvolare:

Jena Ardell

vvolare:

Jena Ardell

posted 8 hours ago via haeym · originally vvolare
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historia-polski:

Moszna Castle, Poland

"The Moszna Castle is a historic castle and residence located in a small village of Moszna in Poland. The castle is one of the best known monuments in the western part of Upper Silesia. The history of this building begins in the 17th century, although much older cellars were found in the gardens during excavations carried out at the beginning of the 20th century. Some of the investigators, including H. Barthel, claimed that those cellars could have been remnants of a presumed Templar castle, but their theory has never been proved. After World War II, further excavations discovered a medieval palisade.

The central part of the castle is an old baroque palace which was partially destroyed by fire on the night of April 2, 1896 and was reconstructed in the same year in its original form by Franz Hubert von Tiele-Winckler (the son of Hubert von Tiele-Winckler). The reconstruction works involved an extension of the residence. The eastern Neogothic-styled wing of the building was built by 1900, along with an adjacent orangery. In 1912-1914, the western wing was built in the Neo-Renaissance style. The architectural form of the castle contains a wide variety of styles, thus it can be generally defined as eclectic. The height of the building, as well as its numerous turrets and spires, give the impression of verticalism.  The whole castle has exactly ninety-nine turrets. Inside, it contains 365 rooms with a total floorage of 7,000 sq. m. and a cubic capacity of about 65,000 m The castle was twice visited by the German Emperor Wilhelm II. His participation in hunting during his stay at the castle was documented in a hand-written chronicle in 1911 as well as in the following year. The castle in Moszna was the residence of a Silesian family Tiele-Winckler who were industrial magnates, from 1866 until the spring of 1945 when they were forced to move to Germany and the castle was occupied by the Red Army. The period of the Soviet control caused significant damage to the castle’s internal fittings in comparison to the minor damage caused by WWII.

After World War II the castle did not have a permanent owner and was the home of various institutions until 1972 when it became a convalescent home. It is now a Public Health Care Centre for Therapies of Neuroses. It can still be seen or visited by tourists. The castle also has a chapel which is used as a concert hall. Since 1998 the castle housed a gallery in which works of various artists are presented at regular exhibitions.

Apart from the castle itself, the entire complex includes a park which has no precise boundaries and includes nearby fields, meadows and a forest. Only the main axis of the park can be characterised as geometrical. Starting from the gate, it leads along the oak and then horse-chestnut avenues, towards the castle. Further on, the park passes into an avenue of lime trees with symmetrical canals running along both sides of the path, lined with a few varieties of rhododendrons. The axis of the park terminates at the base of a former monument of Hubert von Tiele-Winckler. On the eastern side of the avenue there is a pond with an islet referred to by the owners as Easter Island. The islet is planted with needle-leaved shrubs and can be reached by a Chinese-styled bridge. The garden, as part of the whole park complex was restored slightly earlier than the castle itself. Preserved documents of 1868 state that the improvement in the garden’s aesthetic quality was undertaken by Hubert von Tiele-Winckler.”  (source)

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isriana:

More pics of my ragdoll boy Nemo’s outdoor adventures this summer.

And in case you wonder what exactly is going on in the last image - we are playing fetch… :D

posted 12 hours ago via ticcytx · originally isriana
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seishirosakurazuka:

if you can’t stand the heat, stay out of hell

seishirosakurazuka:

if you can’t stand the heat, stay out of hell


vetur02:

Hey, it’s me..again. I wanted to test something out and…uh.Ever since I first saw the spoiler pics for chapter 139 my heart feels somehow broken and I thought it’d be good if I could get this feeling off my chest by drawing wounded Kaneki. It didn’t work.Guess I’ll have to do more. HAHAHA…haaa ;_______; I turned the “blood” black because I think it looks better than actual red blood. Now it looks like ink :’D

vetur02:

Hey, it’s me..again. I wanted to test something out and…uh.
Ever since I first saw the spoiler pics for chapter 139 my heart feels somehow broken and I thought it’d be good if I could get this feeling off my chest by drawing wounded Kaneki. It didn’t work.
Guess I’ll have to do more. HAHAHA…haaa ;_______;
 I turned the “blood” black because I think it looks better than actual red blood. Now it looks like ink :’D


crystallenses:

Boa Noite com Tokyo Babylon ♥

crystallenses:

Boa Noite com Tokyo Babylon ♥


kotakucom:

Japan’s really good at textbook doodles. More examples here.


jeegart:

I dunno if this will reach the popularity of the Donald Glover one, but I’m really proud of these.

One of my favourite game series.


ingthingart:

Did this one on Paint Tool SAI the other day. Miles Edgeworth from Ace Attorney #fanart #aceattorney #milesedgeworth #capcom #digital #sketch #pink

ingthingart:

Did this one on Paint Tool SAI the other day. Miles Edgeworth from Ace Attorney #fanart #aceattorney #milesedgeworth #capcom #digital #sketch #pink


posted 1 day ago via sohii · originally
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