Discworld for - http://sepia-mortis.deviantart.com/ :)

William de Worde, Otto Chriek, Lord Vetinari, Sam Vimes with Errol, Carrot, Angua, Cheery Littlebottom, Moist Von Lipwig, mr.Pump, mr. Teatime, Chidder(sitting one),Teppic, Ricewind,Mort, Death, Susan, Maladict,  Lieutenant Blouse and Sergent Jackrum :)

(not even half of my most favorite discworld character….ok…almost every discworld character´s my favorite :3 )

anonymous said:

Imagine Bucky wearing plaid.

Imagine Bucky getting really into outdoorsy stuff during his recovery. he feels better when he’s doing nonviolent physical things, activities that keep him moving and give him time to be quiet and get to know himself again. he moves from runs in central park, to day hikes out in the country, to weekend camping trips with steve, sam, or natasha, depending who has time off. 

He really likes taking pictures on his camping trips, too. He makes his way across the states, sometimes with company and sometimes alone. he takes grand, sweeping pictures of vast landscapes like the Grand Canyon and the Rockies, but he also likes detail shots: a single leaf, the bark of a tree, a frog. 

After a particularly long trip, he comes back in dirty, ripped, faded jeans and tall hiking boots, wearing a vest over his plaid flannel, and an overlarge beanie. he has his camera slung around his neck and a week’s worth of scruff on his face. Tony jokes that he’s turned into an unironic, unintentional hipster.

"Is that like, a new level of meta-pretentious, or is he putting actual hipsters to shame?" Tony jokes. Bucky doesn’t know what that means and he doesn’t really care enough to look up the reference; he’s too busy planning his next trip. 

Sergeant Stubby (1916 or 1917 – April 4, 1926), was the most decorated war dog of World War I and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat. America’s first war dog, Stubby served for 18 months and participated in seventeen battles on the Western Front. He saved his regiment from surprise mustard gas attacks, found and comforted the wounded, and even once caught a German spy by the seat of his pants, holding him there until American soldiers found him. Back home his exploits were front page news of every major newspaper.