it was an elk

elk-bees  asked:

Would you ever consider doing Machinimas? I'd love this see your stylized game turned into a film of some sort. Just a suggestion, it's ok if you don't want too. :>

Ooohhh I love this suggestion! I used to make Sims 3 Series on youtube, and I actually loved making those, so maybe I’ll love making Machinima’s as well! I’ve never actually thought of the idea, but I’ll consider it! :D And thank you so much for all the love too! 💕


Most Memorable Entrances: Elke Sommer as Linda Karensky in the film, The Wrecking Crew (1969). In a stunning lilac number with a high leg slit and translucent sleeves, she actually appears to walk through the camera.

as fun as the ‘do you understand the meaning of undercover’-Blackwatch!McCree jokes are, here’s another thought:

Jesse McCree is an urban legend. Jesse McCree (and/or whatever name he was known by in Deadlock) is dead. Nobody got out of Deadlock and escaped jailtime alive. Jesse McCree can’t exist. And Blackwatch, obviously, also does not exist.

Jesse McCree in a Deadlock beltbuckle and 3′’ heels, in an all-black cowboy outfit in the middle of London, is refuge in audacity (if you’re familiar with “THE BUTTS MATCH” you know what I’m getting at). He doesn’t need to hide because he can’t reasonably be recognized. If you say “I saw Jesse McCree in all black and a cowboy hat and a fucking Deadlock insignia in the middle of King’s Row during the Null Sector crisis” you’re gonna be laughed at, at best.

Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado encourages you to follow your wild spirit and see what’s over the horizon. In any season, the views are epic and the experiences are unforgettable. Stopping to take a picture of one of the most beautiful sunsets he’d ever seen, photographer Brandon Sharpe noticed “an elk doing his thing” and snapped this incredible image. Photo courtesy of Brandon Sharpe.


Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Because what better way is there to spend my morning than revising over some chemistry notes and trying to take aesthetic photos whilst listening to the very calming sound of my chemical romance lmao

“Great Spirit, Great Spirit, my Grandfather, all over the earth the faces of living things are all alike….Look upon these faces of children without number and with children in their arms, that they may face the winds and walk the good road to the day of quiet.”  - Black Elk (1863-1950), Oglala Sioux holy man

by riverwindphotography, April 4, 2017