Only Human

"Tonks deserves somebody young and whole."
"But she wants you," said Mr. Weasley, with a small smile.

matt-molloy:

"A Beautiful Mess"
A little different than my usual sunset time stack, but not because I did anything drastically differently. Instead of the usual streaks of clouds in the sky, this one seems a little more random because there were two layers of clouds. The colourful clouds were behind the much quicker moving dark clouds, and as the dark clouds moved across the scene, they would block parts of the colourful clouds, creating breaks in the streaks. This is 245 photos merged into one image using the lighten layer-blending mode in photoshop, automated using this script. advancedstacker.comHere’s one frame from the timelapse, to give you an idea of what it looked like. https://www.flickr.com/photos/matt_molloy/14824896843/

matt-molloy:

"A Beautiful Mess"

A little different than my usual sunset time stack, but not because I did anything drastically differently. Instead of the usual streaks of clouds in the sky, this one seems a little more random because there were two layers of clouds. The colourful clouds were behind the much quicker moving dark clouds, and as the dark clouds moved across the scene, they would block parts of the colourful clouds, creating breaks in the streaks.
This is 245 photos merged into one image using the lighten layer-blending mode in photoshop, automated using this script. advancedstacker.com
Here’s one frame from the timelapse, to give you an idea of what it looked like. https://www.flickr.com/photos/matt_molloy/14824896843/

cross-connect:

ANTONIO JAVIER CAPARO

Antonio Javier Caparo is a Cuban born illustrator, graphic designer and graphic novel artist. His realistic illustrations regularly appear in magazines, children and young adult books along with corporate and advertising work in the U.S. and South America. Some of his passions include animation and comics. He has been published around the world and has won numerous awards in multiple countries.

Much of his early career was spent in graphic design but he always felt passion for other worlds, magical characters and metaphorical stories. He soon afterwards decided to devote himself to illustration - both traditional and digital - creating each piece to be intense and conceptual.

He is a graduate of of the High Institute of Design in Havana and currently lives in Canada.

charliehammerphotographs:

Dark Destination

charliehammerphotographs:

Dark Destination

visualvibs:

You are what you pretend to be by Oban Jones
Twitter: @Trendgrafeed
olanrogers:

youtubenation:

I still remember the first time I stumbled across Olan Roger’s channel. It was his “Smoking Barrels” video, and halfway through the brilliant sketch about failed 18th century duels, I realized I was not only laughing, but cry laughing. You know, the kind of laughing where people are physically concerned about your well being.
 And that, sweet friends, is the sign of a great entertainer.

Olan Rogers first started uploading to YouTube in 2009 and quickly grew as a filmmaker and comedian through his high quality web series, such as “Pop Rocket” and “Admit One”, and his hilarious sketches, such as “Heart of the Sea.” 
 Following Olan on YouTube, you’re guaranteed a wide range of well-made content but kept coming back because of the particular, hilarious way Olan tells a story. Whether it be his own personal stories about bad haircuts and UPS delivery men or web series that transport you into a world of action and fantasy, each story is told in a novel, creative way that keeps you entertained until the end.

Today, Olan continues to pursue YouTube while juggling a clothing line, construction on a soda parlour, and a budding acting career.  This past April, Olan starred as Walt Disney in the full-length feature “As Dreamers Do,” and just a month later, set out on a cross country tour to host free pizza parties for fans.
For Olan, the idea of YouTube fame is complicated. While popularity on the platform has given him the chance to pursue his passions, Olan remains cognizant of the invisible barrier between fans and creators and passionate about finding ways to break that wall down. When creating his “Eat A Slice” U.S. tour, Olan had two demands: One, the tour be free to all fans, and two, no matter how long, or how many people arrived, he would greet them all. At the peak of the tour, Olan spent 14 hours meeting with fans, and even after his feet felt broken and his voice was gone, Olan still felt amiss that he didn’t simply get to hang out with all the people who meant so much to him.
By following Olan’s instagram, viewers get a personal look into Olan’s upcoming YouTube projects, the clothing from his line, and the best of all, discount codes for the Olan Roger online store.

To all of you on the fence about subscribing, I want you to know this: At the end of a long day, it never ceases to make me smile seeing Olan has uploaded a new video, and in those five minutes, I sit back, laugh and forget all the stress previously cluttering my mind.
Cheers to you Olan Rogers, you’re a class act.

Follow Olan: 
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNmXRwlQMlyXtLj-L9x3hLQ
Twitter: https://twitter.com/olanrogers
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olanrogersofficial
Apparell: http://www.olanrogersapparel.com/
 
Carly Lanning is a YouTube Nation curator, and as you can probably tell, a HUGE Olan Roger’s fan. What can she say, he’s a classy dreamboat. 

:) Too cool!

olanrogers:

youtubenation:

I still remember the first time I stumbled across Olan Roger’s channel. It was his “Smoking Barrels” video, and halfway through the brilliant sketch about failed 18th century duels, I realized I was not only laughing, but cry laughing. You know, the kind of laughing where people are physically concerned about your well being.

 And that, sweet friends, is the sign of a great entertainer.

Olan Rogers first started uploading to YouTube in 2009 and quickly grew as a filmmaker and comedian through his high quality web series, such as “Pop Rocket” and “Admit One”, and his hilarious sketches, such as “Heart of the Sea.”

 Following Olan on YouTube, you’re guaranteed a wide range of well-made content but kept coming back because of the particular, hilarious way Olan tells a story. Whether it be his own personal stories about bad haircuts and UPS delivery men or web series that transport you into a world of action and fantasy, each story is told in a novel, creative way that keeps you entertained until the end.

Today, Olan continues to pursue YouTube while juggling a clothing line, construction on a soda parlour, and a budding acting career.  This past April, Olan starred as Walt Disney in the full-length feature “As Dreamers Do,” and just a month later, set out on a cross country tour to host free pizza parties for fans.

For Olan, the idea of YouTube fame is complicated. While popularity on the platform has given him the chance to pursue his passions, Olan remains cognizant of the invisible barrier between fans and creators and passionate about finding ways to break that wall down. When creating his “Eat A Slice” U.S. tour, Olan had two demands: One, the tour be free to all fans, and two, no matter how long, or how many people arrived, he would greet them all. At the peak of the tour, Olan spent 14 hours meeting with fans, and even after his feet felt broken and his voice was gone, Olan still felt amiss that he didn’t simply get to hang out with all the people who meant so much to him.

By following Olan’s instagram, viewers get a personal look into Olan’s upcoming YouTube projects, the clothing from his line, and the best of all, discount codes for the Olan Roger online store.

To all of you on the fence about subscribing, I want you to know this: At the end of a long day, it never ceases to make me smile seeing Olan has uploaded a new video, and in those five minutes, I sit back, laugh and forget all the stress previously cluttering my mind.

Cheers to you Olan Rogers, you’re a class act.

Follow Olan:

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNmXRwlQMlyXtLj-L9x3hLQ

Twitter: https://twitter.com/olanrogers

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olanrogersofficial

Apparell: http://www.olanrogersapparel.com/

 

Carly Lanning is a YouTube Nation curator, and as you can probably tell, a HUGE Olan Roger’s fan. What can she say, he’s a classy dreamboat.

:) Too cool!

Some people are meant to fall in love with each other, but not meant to be together.
Scott Neustadter(500) Days of Summer: The Shooting Script (via feellng)
zeroing:

Philippe Pasqua
writing is like being in love. You never get better at it or learn more about it. The day you think you do is the day you lose it. Robert Frost called his work a lover’s quarrel with the world. It’s ongoing. It has neither a beginning nor an end. You don’t have to worry about learning things. The fire of one’s art burns all the impurities from the vessel that contains it.
James Lee Burke (via feellng)