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Last weekend’s full moon vanishes behind the clouds

At this point I am just impressed. and those freaking #’s took me wayyyy to long.

It’s been three years since “Rise of the Guardians”, six years since “The Princess and the Frog”, five years since “Toy Story 3”, thirteen years since both “Treasure Planet” and “Lilo & Stitch”, seventeen years since “Mulan”, and eighteen years since “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”. Yet nobody says to stop talking about them; only that people need to shut up about “Frozen” because it’s been TWO years. Incidentally, by that same logic everyone has one more year to sing the praises of “Big Hero 6”.

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Space Station flies over the Aurora Borealis

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Blue Balls - LazyBaker - Hannibal (TV) [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
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Will gets his reckoning by getting Hannibal hard.

Because I am so classy I am in fact the classiest here is a story entitled Blue Balls set in season two and focusing on Will being a cock tease and Hannibal being the dirty old perv Will always, on some level, knew he was.

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This is an absolutely unbelievable demonstration of the behavior of different layers in Earth’s atmosphere. Look how the distant clouds move so different from the near clouds.

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Fly over and then through a cloud deck, descend, and land at the airport in Zurich with this timelapse video.

sun – the one who keeps you warm, who is always brushing against you and ensuring that you have vitality, even if you don’t feel it. sometimes they get covered up by clouds or the moon or even the backside of you, but they’re always there and they don’t go away.

mercury – the one who’s fast-paced, who maybe even moves a little too fast for you. they’re too caught up in their own orbit to realize that you’re not having an easy time keeping up. they don’t know how to slow down, and so you get left in the dust.

venus – the jealous one. they’re on a different agenda than you, spinning off in the opposite direction, and yet somehow they manage to get upset when they see you absorbing heat from the sun. fiery red, they try to steal your warmth away by absorbing it themselves.

earth – the one who fascinates you. they’ve got an abundance of something nobody else has, and you’ll never run out of things to learn about them. they make you want to explore not only them, but everything that surrounds them, too.

mars – the easy one. they’re always close by, but they’re also dry and predominantly inhospitable. you can’t stay for long because they just don’t give you enough of what you need.

jupiter – the big one, the one you just can’t let go. they’re chaotic, and their love swirls around you like a cyclone that whips at your hair and tears at your clothes, that invokes a rare sort of excitement in your chest and never stops spinning.

saturn – the soon-to-be-lover you spot across the room at a high school party. they fascinate you with the way they seem to have a sort of light that radiates from them.

uranus – the one with a cold exterior and a diamond heart. they’re guarded, frigid even, and it takes time to work your way past all their defenses and into their core.

neptune – the mysterious one, who your mother takes one look at and rules them as “bad”. they have a short of shadow about their eyes and an impressive set of scars from all of the destruction that whips against their skin.

pluto – the one who is exiled and misunderstood. they seem small and meek, and will latch onto any source of warmth they’re offered, but the warmth is just a luxury because they survive just fine on their own.

—  the planets as people you may love in your lifetime // k.g
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Professional videographer observes an eclipse, with lines from the sun’s corona visible on the side.