allesandert:

get to know me meme - [1/10] Favorite Pairings: Rinn ; My Mad Fat Diary (2013-2014)

“Why do you like me?” “I just do!”

I spent like 10 years of my life pretending to fly around on a broomstick and you’re asking me if preparing for a love scene was ‘tricky’ because the other person also had a penis?
Daniel Radcliffe (via hankgreensmoustache)

shouldnt:

We’ve officially reached that annoying time of year where it’s sweater weather in the morning, but by midday you die from a heatstroke.

awwww-cute:

Growing up

awwww-cute:

Growing up

leichliterr:

iOS 8 be like ‘delete your photos, music, apps, childhood, and 13 brain cells to download’


From Astronomy Picture Of The Day; September 16, 2014:
Milky Way above Atacama Salt Lagoon Alex Tudorica (AIfA, U. Bonn)
Galaxies, stars, and a serene reflecting pool combine to create this memorable land and skyscape. The featured panorama is a 12-image mosaic taken last month from the Salar de Atacama salt flat in northern Chile. The calm water is Laguna Cejar, a salty lagoon featuring a large central sinkhole. On the image left, the astrophotographer’s fiancee is seen capturing the same photogenic scene. The night sky is lit up with countless stars, the Large and Small Magellanic Cloud galaxies on the left, and the band of our Milky Way galaxy running diagonally up the right. The Milky Way may appear to be causing havoc at the horizon, but those are just the normal lights of a nearby town.
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From Astronomy Picture Of The Day; September 16, 2014:

Milky Way above Atacama Salt Lagoon 
Alex Tudorica (AIfA, U. Bonn)

Galaxies, stars, and a serene reflecting pool combine to create this memorable land and skyscape. The featured panorama is a 12-image mosaic taken last month from the Salar de Atacama salt flat in northern Chile. The calm water is Laguna Cejar, a salty lagoon featuring a large central sinkhole. On the image left, the astrophotographer’s fiancee is seen capturing the same photogenic scene. The night sky is lit up with countless stars, the Large and Small Magellanic Cloud galaxies on the left, and the band of our Milky Way galaxy running diagonally up the right. The Milky Way may appear to be causing havoc at the horizon, but those are just the normal lights of a nearby town.

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Solar Eclipse and Milky Way seen from ISS (International Space Station) 

Solar Eclipse and Milky Way seen from ISS (International Space Station)