lights: much closer

anonymous asked:

waiiiiiit what??!! YOU MET DIEGO?

well, “meet” is a big word. but yeah i saw him last year at cannes festival, he was a few meters away from me, and the only thing i could do was smile at him idiotically, but he smiled back and made a small gesture of the hand :) and here is the only picture i took of this evening

Flexibility (Part 15 of Faking It)

And the kinks continue. Enjoy! How have I written 15 parts of this??

Read Faking It, Just Breathe, Sex Hair and Blindfolds, Cold as Ice, Rough Around the Edges, Sticky Sweet, Slow Burn, Adult Film 101, Date Night, Hell on Heels,  The More, The Merrier, Even More, Even Merrier,  Hunter’s Aftercare, and Under Arrest.

Warning: SMUTTY SMUT, yoga?

Word Count: 2800ish

A/N: Thanks y’all. This series has seen so much love from you, and I appreciate every word. Still several more parts to come!

You flopped down on the motel bed, somehow exhausted just from driving all day. Sam had said goodnight, thrown his stuff into the room next to yours, and disappeared into a cab, heading for the closest bar.

“You sure you don’t want to go with him?” you asked without opening your eyes. “You guys could play pool, get stupid drunk, blow off some steam…”

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The Girl

REAL LIFE :
COUPLE : thomas sangster x reader
RATING : SMUT
REQUEST :

Thomas sangster and reader where she is a fan and pretends like he has an audition in an old warehouse but then she ties him up and gives him a handjob and he was going to call the police before realizing it’s the best handjob he ever had in his life. They MAKE an agreement that he won’t call the police if she will do that for him every day and promise to take care of his sexual needs (very detailed smut)

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title: and girls who love the moon
prompt: tsukuyomi (last one, noooooooo)
summary: sometimes she stands outside at midnight.

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She learns it the hard way: that girls who love the moon will never be happy with their feet on the earth.

“What is she doing out there?” Mrs. Iki asks her husband. Their seven-year-old daughter lies on her back in the yard, her face cast in pearl and shadow. It’s hard to tell at first, but a close look reveals that her lips are moving rapidly. She’s talking.

“She’s trying to catch a cold, is what she’s doing,” her father says in reply, and goes outside to call Hiyori into the house.

When she comes in, Mrs. Iki brushes the grass off her daughter’s clothes, and sets aside the dew-damp dress for laundry day. As she gets Hiyori ready for bed, she has to ask:

“What were you talking to yourself about out there?”

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A spectacular landscape of star formation

This image, captured by the Wide Field Imager at ESO’s La Silla Observatory in Chile, shows two dramatic star formation regions in the southern Milky Way. The first is of these, on the left, is dominated by the star cluster NGC 3603, located 20 000 light-years away, in the Carina–Sagittarius spiral arm of the Milky Way galaxy. The second object, on the right, is a collection of glowing gas clouds known as NGC 3576 that lies only about half as far from Earth.

NGC 3603 is a very bright star cluster and is famed for having the highest concentration of massive stars that have been discovered in our galaxy so far. At the centre lies a Wolf–Rayet multiple star system, known as HD 97950. Wolf–Rayet stars are at an advanced stage of stellar evolution, and start off with around 20 times the mass of the Sun. But, despite this large mass, Wolf–Rayet stars shed a considerable amount of their matter due to intense stellar winds, which blast the star’s surface material off into space at several million kilometres per hour, a crash diet of cosmic proportions.

NGC 3603 is in an area of very active star formation. Stars are born in dark and dusty regions of space, largely hidden from view. But as the very young stars gradually start to shine and clear away their surrounding cocoons of material they become visible and create glowing clouds in the surrounding material, known as HII regions. HII regions shine because of the interaction of ultraviolet radiation given off by the brilliant hot young stars with the hydrogen gas clouds. HII regions can measure several hundred light-years in diameter, and the one surrounding NGC 3603 has the distinction of being the most massive in our galaxy.

NGC 3576, on the right of the image, also lies in the Carina–Sagittarius spiral arm of the Milky Way. But it is located only about 9000 light-years from Earth — much closer than NGC 3603, but appearing next to it in the sky.

NGC 3576 is notable for two huge curved objects resembling the curled horns of a ram. These odd filaments are the result of stellar winds from the hot, young stars within the central regions of the nebula, which have blown the dust and gas outwards across a hundred light-years. Two dark silhouetted areas known as Bok globules are also visible in this vast complex of nebulae. These black clouds near the top of the nebula also offer potential sites for the future formation of new stars.

Image credit: ESO/G. Beccari