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The Wailing (2016)

Directed by Na Hong-jin

Cinematography by Hong Kyung-pyo

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̗̪̯͚̺̝J̗̰̟̟̗͠ Ư̰̩̦͕̞̪ Ś̲̩̳͓͙͔ T̥ B̳̮ O͏̯̲̫͙̺͎ R̻̯̼͇̞̥̯͠ I S̤͇̹̙͍͙̻ A̰̻̪ S̫̥̭͠ Y̻̰ Ǫ̤͚͓̣͔̤̘ U͇̱ C̝͡ A͔͚͎ Ṇ͕́ S E͚͎ E̛̫ͅ F̼̻̠ R̷͕̬̩̼̞̞ O҉̞ M͖ T̟̣̻ H̭̭̣̻̻̬ I̘̳̦̼̭͙ S̬

̟͡O͓̩̝͚ Ṟ̴͈̱̤ I̜̫̩͕̙ G̢ I N͍͇̮̙͔͡ A L

C̥̠͕͔ O͕̺̞̱ M͙̺͕ P̝͓̀ L͓̤̩̻ E̜ T̶͎͈͉͉ E̠̟̼̗͎̲ L̟̺̻ Ỳ̲ U̸͇͔ N̯̞̹̪ A̝͓̹̰̭̙ L̜̳̥̗̤ T̲͙̲͕̳̫̥͠ E͏̣͉͉ R̢̙̩ E̥̰̮̰ D̜̱

̻̻̣͍̣̘̀N̼ O̥͎̩̞̫̳̕ͅ C̮̩ Ḥ͝ Á̭̹͎ N̷̯̫̳ G E S̪̜̫̙̲ M̵ A̞͇̬̜̮͜ D E


̖D̞̜͉͚ͅ R͓̘ A͙͓̱ W͖̪̬ I͞ N̬̗͙̦͎̘̲ G̠̥͔



[Bendy does not take well to your question. You have summoned the ink mess.]
[Ask box is open]

Ivory Coast Market: Goods for Sale

Colorful vegetable seller in Abidjan, open market, Ivory Coast.

Photo Exhibition in Brasilia, Brazil
November 5-20, 2008. Featuring six international photographers. Overall exhibit: THE HEART OF AFRICA. Thirty images from Steve Evans in a sub-show called: AFRICA HEART, AFRICA SOUL. Sponsored by Cara e Cultura Negra.

Africa Heart, Africa Soul

A Photographic Exhibition by Steve Evans

“When shooting, there are certain qualities that immediately capture my attention,” Steve said. “It often has to do with the face and the eyes and what they might be saying – ‘I have wisdom,’ or ‘I know sorrow,’ or ‘I have dignity,’ or ‘I survived,’ or ‘I’m in love.’ I look for dignity and pride in a person. I look for pain and sorrow, melancholy and loneliness. I look for wisdom reflected in the wrinkles of age. I look for the innocence of youth, for the bond of strong relationships between a mother and a child, a father and a son, two friends, a man and a woman. These reflect the heart and soul of a person. In addition, there are particular circumstances of nature – like a sunrise or sunset – that reflect the very heart and soul of God.” Each image of “Africa Heart, Africa Soul” is a window into the very heart and soul of Africa, featuring photographs from the slave forts of West Africa to the majestic sunrises and sunsets of southern and central Africa. Six countries are documented: Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Ghana, and Ivory Coast, and the images span over twenty-five years of photographing Africa.

Mar. 8, 2017 | 5:51 PM PST

Happy International Women’s Day!  Featuring an inspiring quote from my favorite, Emma Watson ♡

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On this day in music history: January 14, 1983 - “Nena”, the self-titled debut album by Nena is released (US release is retitled “99 Luftballons” and is released on February 28, 1984). Produced by Reinhold Heil and Manne Praeker, it is recorded at Spliff-Studio in Berlin, West Germany in Late 1982. The German new wave pop/rock bands debut release includes their worldwide smash “99 Luftballons” (#2 US Pop), which is inspired when the bands guitar player Carlo Karges watches balloons being released at a Rolling Stones concert in West Berlin. He collaborates on the song with the bands’ keyboardist Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen. The songs’ lyrics are a fictional narrative of children releasing balloons that are mistaken for incoming weapons by the East German army, setting off a nuclear war between the east and west. When the album is released in the US thirteen months after its international release, it features three of the songs re-recorded in English, including “99 Luftballons” (re-titled “99 Red Balloons”) and the follow up single “Just A Dream” (#102 Bubbling Under). “Nena” hits number one on the German album chart, with the US version “99 Luftballons” peaking at number twenty seven on the Billboard Top 200.

Worship: Ethiopian Musician

Musician with traditional instrument at church in southern Ethiopia

Photo Exhibition in Brasilia, Brazil
November 5-20, 2008. Featuring six international photographers. Overall exhibit: THE HEART OF AFRICA. Thirty images from Steve Evans in a sub-show called: AFRICA HEART, AFRICA SOUL. Sponsored by Cara e Cultura Negra.

Africa Heart, Africa Soul

A Photographic Exhibition by Steve Evans

“When shooting, there are certain qualities that immediately capture my attention,” Steve said. “It often has to do with the face and the eyes and what they might be saying – ‘I have wisdom,’ or ‘I know sorrow,’ or ‘I have dignity,’ or ‘I survived,’ or ‘I’m in love.’ I look for dignity and pride in a person. I look for pain and sorrow, melancholy and loneliness. I look for wisdom reflected in the wrinkles of age. I look for the innocence of youth, for the bond of strong relationships between a mother and a child, a father and a son, two friends, a man and a woman. These reflect the heart and soul of a person. In addition, there are particular circumstances of nature – like a sunrise or sunset – that reflect the very heart and soul of God.” Each image of “Africa Heart, Africa Soul” is a window into the very heart and soul of Africa, featuring photographs from the slave forts of West Africa to the majestic sunrises and sunsets of southern and central Africa. Six countries are documented: Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Ghana, and Ivory Coast, and the images span over twenty-five years of photographing Africa.

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The TKB-506 Spy Pistol,

Created by Igor Stechkin in 1955 for KGB Cold War use, the TKB-506 was a pistol designed to be disguised as a cigar or cigarette case.  The pistol consisted of three internal barrels, each of which was loaded with a special 7.62 SP-2 cartridge.  The 7.62 SP-2 was a cartridge based off of the  7.62x39.  However the cartridge featured an internal piston situated up against the base of the bullet.  When fired the gunpowder charge pushed the piston forward, expelling the bullet.  The advantage of this system over a conventional cartridge was that the piston muffled the sound of the discharge, thus the 7.62 SP-2 was an internally silenced cartridge.

The TKB-506 was not meant as a combat weapon by any means, instead it was an assassination weapon through and through.  Silent and concealed, a KGB agent would whip it out, quickly put three bullets in a victim, then immediately vacate the area.  The original TKB-506 design came with a noticeable trigger, however a later model called the TKB-506A was also created which was smaller and lacked a trigger, using a button at the top of the pistol as a firing mechanism.  It is unknown how many of these pistols were produced, but the tenth in production is currently on display at the Tula Arms Museum in Russia.

Part 2 - People asking you about your ideal type…

*physical features, same members as before*

Your answer:

Someone with pretty hands like Mark’s…his gestures and those rings fit perfectly your bf imagine for sure!

A guy with sexy eyebrows like Doyoung’s…see them lifting?! So hot!

Someone with flawless skin and tall figure like Jaehyun’s…

and with eyes like Taeyong’s…he can almost read what’s on your mind looking at you like this!

A guy who has sexy abs like Yuta! (Just he doesn’t show them often! No problem, since he needs to keep them only for you! )

and who has hot lips like WinWin! Don’t tell me you already kissed your monitor?? 

And how about a guy with light-tanned skin like Haechan? It’s fabulous just like him!

and a man with a perfect white teeth-smile like Ten’s? Aw…use sunglasses unless you want to be blinded by its brightness!

And last but not least, someone with a sexy back like TAEIL’s !!!!




Part 1- People asking you about your ideal type…

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The Danish Girl (2015)

Directed by Tom Hooper

Cinematography by Danny Cohen

Work in Progress of a Potter Family Portrait. This is just the preliminary line work. 

Recently started writing a “Next Generation” story with another Potterhead as an alternate to “Cursed Child”, which we both agreed was NOT the best thing to ever happen to the fandom… what we’ve been developing is a story focused on Harry’s daughter, Lily, and it is LOVELY. Inspiring a lot of sketches out of me so stay tuned if you’re looking for a distraction from your Cursed Child woes and want a release. 

The story, which we are currently referring to as “Harry Potter and the Completely Platonic Friendship between his Daughter and a Male Human” is inspired by JKR’s recent writings on other international wizarding schools, and features a resurgence of a much-changed “Tri Wizard Tournament” in which a boy and girl from each school compete as a team in team-focused events. Lily Potter’s fellow Champion is an Irish boy from Killarney named Owen Sayre. Stay tunes if you’re interested in hearing more about their Triwizard Antics. 

Zimbabwe Sunset

A typical sunset in the African country of Zimbabwe.

Photo Exhibition in Brasilia, Brazil
November 5-20, 2008. Featuring six international photographers. Overall exhibit: THE HEART OF AFRICA. Thirty images from Steve Evans in a sub-show called: AFRICA HEART, AFRICA SOUL. Sponsored by Cara e Cultura Negra.

Africa Heart, Africa Soul

A Photographic Exhibition by Steve Evans

“When shooting, there are certain qualities that immediately capture my attention,” Steve said. “It often has to do with the face and the eyes and what they might be saying – ‘I have wisdom,’ or ‘I know sorrow,’ or ‘I have dignity,’ or ‘I survived,’ or ‘I’m in love.’ I look for dignity and pride in a person. I look for pain and sorrow, melancholy and loneliness. I look for wisdom reflected in the wrinkles of age. I look for the innocence of youth, for the bond of strong relationships between a mother and a child, a father and a son, two friends, a man and a woman. These reflect the heart and soul of a person. In addition, there are particular circumstances of nature – like a sunrise or sunset – that reflect the very heart and soul of God.” Each image of “Africa Heart, Africa Soul” is a window into the very heart and soul of Africa, featuring photographs from the slave forts of West Africa to the majestic sunrises and sunsets of southern and central Africa. Six countries are documented: Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Ghana, and Ivory Coast, and the images span over twenty-five years of photographing Africa.

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Bureau A’s stone-shaped wooden cabin in the Swiss Alps.

“As a tribute to the Alpine experience and the famed writer, Swiss studio bureau A has sited their project ‘antoine’ within the vast, mountainous expanse of the alps. commissioned during an artist residency at the verbier 3D foundation, the architecture-cum-sculpture is inhabitable and structurally functional, comprising an indoor cabin with a fireplace, bed, table, stool and window. literally hanging on the rock fall field, the small wooden dwelling hides its internal features within a projected concrete rock, deriving its shape from natural elements in its surrounding environment” Nina Azzarello for DesignBoom