moth friends saying hello
I FUCKING HATE MOTHS THANKS A LOT.
moths really are disgusting. and they aren’t very intelligent. flying into bug zappers all the time.
3 hours later:
Still my favorite story from the Lord of the Rings set: Viggo Mortensen bonded so much with the horse he rode in the movies that after filming was over he bought it from its owner. If that doesn’t warm your heart I don’t know what could.
don’t forget that he also bought arwen’s horse for her stunt rider when she couldn’t afford it awww
#also don’t forget that for the rohirrim they put a call out for locals #bring a horse show us you can ride it and get a part in the battle scenes #and one women went out roped a wild horse and rode for a few days to set #and got to be a rider of rohan
also sort of relevant viggo also bought the horse that costarred with him in the movie hidalgo and subsequently took the horse (tj) with him to the red carpet premier.
Also most of the Riders of Rohan are actually women because when they put out that call mostly women showed up with their horses and the costume team just stuck beards on them.
i don’t think people realise how much time i would spend underwater if i could breathe down there like i would wake up and go straight to the beach or a pool and literally just float underwater and think about everything i can’t imagine anything more peaceful than that
I’d totally live under water for most of the time =)
“Find someone who will tremble for your touch, someone whose fingers are a poem.”
— Janet Fitch (via n-e-r-v-o-s-a)
thaaaaaat is from my favourite novel!! =)
Sunrise Photos Taken From Same Spot For a Year by Robert Weingarten via MMM
Over the course of one year, photographer Robert Weingarten took a picture of the sky, sea, and city from the same position overlooking Santa Monica Bay at 6:30 AM. The aptly titled 6:30 AM Series strictly uses only one aperture size (f/22), image size (2 1/4 in.2), and lens (350mm) in addition to the fixed position and time of day. However, the diligent photographer has allowanced himself two variables in the year-long project: the shutter speed of the lens and the unpredictability of the weather.
From January 1st to December 31st of 2003, Weingarten vowed to snap the scenic shots on any days he was home, in accordance with renowned photographer Alfred Stieglitz’s proclamation that a photographer need not travel anywhere to capture an image. Feeling inspired by this notion that one can stay close to home and still churn out stunning images, Weingarten began his project which has produced some truly artistic results.