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theswinginsixties:

The Dandies of Swinging London: Julian Ormsby-Gore, Christopher Gibbs, and Nicholas Gormanston, in 1965.

(Source: pinterest.com, via sifflet)

Claude Monet
Arm of the Seine near Giverny in the Fog

1897

(Source: pen-um-bra, via sifflet)

(Source: ronaldosus, via northernbriton)

mancrushoftheday:

jensens:

Sebastian Stan - “Theater feels more organic; there’s no stop and go. Film is a whole different animal.”

Reblogged via The Man Crush Blog / Facebook / @man_crush

thespiffygent:

(Via: mensfashionworld.tumblr.com) Darren Kennedy for Louis Copeland Shop the look http://x.co/31u0y

(via thetrueheirtohighgarden)

piecesofpaintings:

MARC CHAGALL

(via artdetails)

totalfilm:

First image from The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies released

The first image from The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies has been released and it features Sir Ian McKellen and Luke Evans looking at something.

BUT WHAT ARE THEY LOOKING AT? IS IT A DRAGON? IS IT A MAN? IS IT A GIANT HOUSE? WHAT ABOUT A CAT?

mapsontheweb:

Expansion of the Roman Empire, 264 BC - 180 AD

(via northernbriton)

When I auditioned for Lucien Carr in Kill Your Darlings, I felt it would be helpful if I dressed the part. I think it’s useful to have the air of the character about you—I try to fool the director into thinking that’s who I am.”  (x)

(Source: dehaannews, via northernbriton)

(Source: misha-collins, via northernbriton)

british-history:

The Battle of Falkirk

22 July 1298

The Battle of Falkirk, a major battle in the First War of Scottish Independence, took place on this day in British history, 22 July 1298. King Edward I led the British army against William Wallace and the Scots. Although the Scots had defeated the English on several previous occasions, the English held a large numerical superiority at Falkirk and easily defeated the Scots. Shortly after the battle William Wallace resigned as Guardian of Scotland.

(via northernbriton)

mapsontheweb:

A map by Stanford University shows how long it would have taken to travel around the Roman empire and how much the trips would have cost, on average and according to simulations based on historical evidence

(Source: orbis.stanford.edu, via northernbriton)

andrewstuntpilot:

You heard the man! 

Thanks danskjavlarna for another great submission.