credit to whoever took the pictures

shawn’s smile

since I’ve finished all my exams, I decided to take a moment and create an appreciation post with all of my favorite shawn smiles because

 I just need to see his smile. It make me so happy.

none of these gifs or pictures are mine so credit to whoever made these beautiful gifs or took these wonderful pictures!

also i’m not sure if there already is a smile appreciation post but this is mine so WITHOUT FURTHER ADO

buckle your seat belt because this is gonna be a ride :)

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these pictures make me think that luke would make a great football player but then i remember that he’s a lanky, uncoordinated cheese grater and i re-evaluate

You can find more in depth information [complete with links] on all of these charities/projects here.

*All photo credits go to Jack, Finn, my terrible screenshotting skills, whoever took the Toms picture, whoever took the picture of Jack and Ella hugging, and the photographer who took that last picture of them.

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I made two angelic homescreens/lockscreens, that I actually also use at the moment. I hope you like it. The pictures I used are not mine, so the credit goes to whoever took them. I simply put them all together and added the text which are also original quotations.

Reblog/Like if you saved/used. I would like to see how many of you like this. Maybe if it reaches a certain number, I’ll try to make more.

Please do not repost. Reblog if you’d like, but do not repost.

Pictures of You (Luke Hemmings)

warning: this imagine contains a photo of fetus luke. continue at your own risk :)

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You were walking around the park with your camera when you heard music coming from your right. You looked over and nothing was there – just a hill – so you decided to investigate. Once you reached the top, you looked around and finally found what you were hearing – a blonde boy with a guitar in his lap, singing softly for the people who took the time to stop and pay him any attention. You snapped a couple shots from the hill before venturing closer to get a better listen yourself.

As he was playing and you were shooting, you couldn’t help but notice the small grin on his face as he sang. It wasn’t because he was being photographed – he hadn’t even looked up to know you were there – he was just smiling because he was doing something he enjoyed.

It suddenly dawned on you that you’d seen this boy before – Luke, if you remembered his name correctly – and this was always a look he had on his face when you saw him playing. He usually had three of his friends with him, but today – for some reason – he was performing alone. You’d gradually gotten closer as the afternoon wore on, but people would keep walking and standing in front of you – either not noticing your camera or not caring – but you were truthfully starting to get ticked off, so you just shut your camera off and moved over to sit on the grass and listen to him play.

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